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The Front Page (19-Mar-1931)

Director: Lewis Milestone

Writers: Bartlett Cormack; Charles Lederer

From a play: The Front Page by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur

Producers: Howard Hughes; Lewis Milestone

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Catlett
Actor
4-Feb-1889 14-Nov-1960 Bringing Up Baby
Spencer Charters
Actor
25-Mar-1875 25-Jan-1943 Character actor
Mae Clarke
Actor
16-Aug-1910 29-Apr-1992 Waterloo Bridge
Edward Everett Horton
Actor
18-Mar-1886 29-Sep-1970 Prolific 1930s comedic actor
Frank McHugh
Actor
23-May-1898 11-Sep-1981 The Roaring Twenties
Adolphe Menjou
Actor
18-Feb-1890 29-Oct-1963 A Farewell to Arms
Matt Moore
Actor
8-Jan-1888 20-Jan-1960 Irish-American character actor
Pat O'Brien
Actor
11-Nov-1899 15-Oct-1983 Angels with Dirty Faces
Slim Summerville
Actor
10-Jul-1892 6-Jan-1949 The Front Page

CAST

Adolphe Menjou   ...   Walter Burns
Pat O'Brien   ...   Hildy Johnson
Mary Brian   ...   Peggy Grant
Edward Everett Horton   ...   Bensinger
Walter Catlett   ...   Murphy
George E. Stone   ...   Earl Williams
Mae Clarke   ...   Molly
Slim Summerville   ...   Pincus
Matt Moore   ...   Kruger
Frank McHugh   ...   McCue
Clarence H. Wilson   ...   Sheriff Hartman
Freddie Howard   ...   Schwartz
Phil Tead   ...   Wilson
Gene Strong   ...   Endicott
Spencer Charters   ...   Woodenshoes
Maurice Black   ...   Diamond Louie
Effie Ellsler   ...   Mrs. Grant
Dorothea Wolbert   ...   Jenny
James Gordon   ...   The Mayor

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