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Music for Millions (18-Dec-1944)

Director: Henry Koster

Writer: Myles Connolly

Musical Adaptation and Direction: Georgie Stoll

Producer: Joe Pasternak

Keywords: Comedy, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Larry Adler
Musician
10-Feb-1914 6-Aug-2001 Mouth organ virtuoso
June Allyson
Actor
7-Oct-1917 8-Jul-2006 Two Girls and a Sailor
Harry Davenport
Actor
19-Jan-1866 9-Aug-1949 Gone with the Wind
Jimmy Durante
Comic
10-Feb-1893 20-Jan-1980 Everybody wants ta get inta da act
Connie Gilchrist
Actor
17-Jul-1895 3-Mar-1985 Character actress
Hugh Herbert
Actor
10-Aug-1884 12-Mar-1952 Hellzapoppin
Marsha Hunt
Actor
17-Oct-1917   Johnny Got His Gun
José Iturbi
Pianist
28-Nov-1895 28-Jun-1980 Spanish pianist, conductor at Rochester
Margaret O'Brien
Actor
15-Jan-1937   Meet Me in St. Louis
Marie Wilson
Actor
19-Aug-1916 23-Nov-1972 My Friend Irma

CAST

Starring
Margaret O'Brien   ...   "Mike"
Josť Iturbi   ...   Himself
June Allyson   ...   Barbara Ainsworth
Jimmy Durante   ...   Andrews
Marsha Hunt   ...   Rosalind
And
Hugh Herbert   ...   Uncle Ferdinand
Harry Davenport   ...   Doctor
Marie Wilson   ...   Marie
Larry Adler   ...   Larry
Ben Lessy   ...   Kickebush
Connie Gilchrist   ...   Travelers Aid Woman
Katharine Balfour   ...   Elsa
Helen Gilbert   ...   Helen
Mary Parker   ...   Anita
Madeleine LeBeau   ...   Jane
Ethel Griffies   ...   Mrs. McGuff
Eddie Jackson   ...   Singer
Jack Roth   ...   Drummer

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