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The Body Disappears (6-Dec-1941)

Director: D. Ross Lederman

Writers: Scott Darling; Erna Lazarus

Music by: Howard Jackson

Keywords: Comedy, Invisibility

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Herbert Anderson
Actor
30-Mar-1917 11-Jun-1994 Henry Mitchell on Dennis the Menace
Willie Best
Actor
27-May-1913 27-Feb-1962 Sleep 'n' Eat
Marguerite Chapman
Actor
9-Mar-1918 31-Aug-1999 Coroner Creek
Charles Halton
Actor
16-Mar-1876 16-Apr-1959 Bespectacled character actor
William Hopper
Actor
26-Jan-1915 6-Mar-1970 Paul Drake on Perry Mason
Edward Everett Horton
Actor
18-Mar-1886 29-Sep-1970 Prolific 1930s comedic actor
Jeffrey Lynn
Actor
16-Feb-1909 24-Nov-1995 Home Town Story
Natalie Schafer
Actor
5-Nov-1900 10-Apr-1991 Mrs. Howell on Gilligan's Island
Craig Stevens
Actor
8-Jul-1918 10-May-2000 Peter Gunn
Jane Wyman
Actor
5-Jan-1917 10-Sep-2007 Falcon Crest

CAST

With
Jeffrey Lynn   ...   Peter DeHaven
Jane Wyman   ...   Joan Shotesbury
Edward Everett Horton   ...   Prof. Shotesbury
Herbert Anderson   ...   "Doc" George Appleby
Marguerite Chapman   ...   Christine Lunceford
Craig Stevens   ...   Robert Struck
David Bruce   ...   Jimmie Barbour
Willie Best   ...   Willie
Ivan Simpson   ...   Dean Claxton
Michael Ames   ...   Bill
William Hopper   ...   Terrence Abbott
Natalie Schafer   ...   Mrs. Lunceford
Charles Halton   ...   Prof. Moggs
Sidney Bracy   ...   Barrett
Wade Boteler   ...   Insp. Deming

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