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Happy Go Lovely (25-Jul-1951)

Director: H. Bruce Humberstone

Writers: Friedrich Dammann; Val Guest; Herbert Rosenfeld

Music by: Mischa Spoliansky

Producer: Marcel Hellman

Keywords: Musical, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gordon Jackson
Actor
19-Dec-1923 15-Jan-1990 Butler on Upstairs, Downstairs
John Laurie
Actor
25-Mar-1897 23-Jun-1980 Pvt. James Frazer on Dad's Army
David Niven
Actor
1-Mar-1909 29-Jul-1983 Pencil-moustachioed actor
Cesar Romero
Actor
15-Feb-1907 1-Jan-1994 The Joker on Batman
Vera-Ellen
Dancer
16-Feb-1921 30-Aug-1981 On the Town

CAST

David Niven   ...   B. G. Bruno
Vera-Ellen   ...   Janet Jones
Cesar Romero   ...   John Frost
with
Bobby Howes   ...   Charlie
Diane Hart   ...   Mae
Gordon Jackson   ...   Paul Tracy
Barbara Couper   ...   Madame Amanda
Henry Hewitt   ...   Dodds
Gladys Henson   ...   Mrs. Urquhart
Hugh Dempster   ...   Bates
Sandra Dorne   ...   Betty
Joyce Carey   ...   Bruno's Secretary
John Laurie   ...   Jonskill
Wylie Watson   ...   Stage Door Keeper
Joan Heal   ...   Phyllis Gardiner
Hector Ross   ...   Harold
Ambrosine Phillpotts   ...   Lady Martin
Molly Urquhart   ...   Madame Amanda's Assistant
Principal Dancers
David Lober   ...   Dancer
Jonathon Lucas   ...   Dancer
Jack Billings   ...   Dancer
Douglas Scott   ...   Dancer
and his Debonair Boys   ...   Dancers
Rolf Alexander   ...   Dancer
Ian Stuart   ...   Dancer
Leon Biedryski   ...   Dancer

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