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Faithful in My Fashion (22-Aug-1946)

Director: Sidney Salkow

Writer: Lionel Houser

Musical Score: Nathaniel Shilkret

Producer: Lionel Houser

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Warner Anderson
Actor
10-Mar-1911 26-Aug-1976 Matthew Swain on Peyton Place
Spring Byington
Actor
17-Oct-1886 7-Sep-1971 You Can't Take it With You
Hobart Cavanaugh
Actor
22-Sep-1886 27-Apr-1950 A Midsummer Night's Dream
Harry Davenport
Actor
19-Jan-1866 9-Aug-1949 Gone with the Wind
Tom Drake
Actor
5-Aug-1918 11-Aug-1982 Meet Me In St. Louis
Connie Gilchrist
Actor
17-Jul-1895 3-Mar-1985 Character actress
Margaret Hamilton
Actor
9-Dec-1902 16-May-1985 Wicked Witch of the West
Edward Everett Horton
Actor
18-Mar-1886 29-Sep-1970 Prolific 1930s comedic actor
Donna Reed
Actor
27-Jan-1921 14-Jan-1986 The Donna Reed Show
Sig Ruman
Actor
11-Oct-1884 14-Feb-1967 Stalag 17

CAST

Donna Reed   ...   Jean Kendrick
Tom Drake   ...   Jeff Compton
Edward Everett Horton   ...   Hiram Dilworthy
Spring Byington   ...   Miss Swanson
Sig Ruman   ...   Prof. Boris Riminoffsky
Harry Davenport   ...   Great Grandpa
Wm. "Bill" Phillips   ...   1st Barfly
Margaret Hamilton   ...   Miss Applegate
Hobart Cavanaugh   ...   Mr. Wilson
Warner Anderson   ...   Walter Medcraft
Connie Gilchrist   ...   Mrs. Murphy
Fred Essler   ...   Nikolai
Wilson Wood   ...   Mr. Stute
Jack Overman   ...   2nd Barfly

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