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The Doughgirls (30-Aug-1944)

Director: James V. Kern

Writers: Joseph A. Fields; Sam Hellman; James V. Kern; Wilkie Mahoney

Producer: Mark Hellinger

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eve Arden
Actor
30-Apr-1908 12-Nov-1990 The Eve Arden Show
Jack Carson
Actor
27-Oct-1910 2-Jan-1963 Two Guys From Milwaukee
Donald MacBride
Actor
23-Jun-1889 21-Jun-1957 High Sierra
Irene Manning
Actor
17-Jul-1912 28-May-2004 Yankee Doodle Dandy
Alan Mowbray
Actor
18-Aug-1896 25-Mar-1969 Founding member, Screen Actors Guild
Charles Ruggles
Actor
8-Feb-1886 23-Dec-1970 Bringing Up Baby
Ann Sheridan
Actor
21-Feb-1915 21-Jan-1967 Torrid Zone
Alexis Smith
Actor
8-Jun-1921 9-Jun-1993 Here Comes the Groom
Craig Stevens
Actor
8-Jul-1918 10-May-2000 Peter Gunn
Regis Toomey
Actor
13-Aug-1898 12-Oct-1991 Burke's Law
Jane Wyman
Actor
5-Jan-1917 10-Sep-2007 Falcon Crest

CAST

Ann Sheridan   ...   Edna Stokes
Alexis Smith   ...   Nan Curtiss
Jack Carson   ...   Arthur Halstead
Jane Wyman   ...   Vivian Marsden
Irene Manning   ...   Sylvia Cadman
Charles Ruggles   ...   Stanley Slade
Eve Arden   ...   Sgt. Natalia Moskeroff
with
John Ridgely   ...   Julian Cadman
Alan Mowbray   ...   Breckenridge Drake
John Alexander   ...   Warren Buckley
Craig Stevens   ...   Tom Dillon
Barbara Brown   ...   Elizabeth Brush Cartwright
Francis Pierlot   ...   Jordan
Donald MacBride   ...   Judge Franklin
Regis Toomey   ...   Walsh

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