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The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (19-Feb-1937)

Director: Richard Boleslawsky

Writers: Leon Gordon; Samson Raphaelson; Monckton Hoffe

From a play: The Last of Mrs. Cheyney by Frederick Lonsdale

Musical Score by: Dr. William Axt

Producer: Lawrence Weingarten

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Nigel Bruce
Actor
14-Feb-1895 8-Oct-1953 Played Rathbone's Dr. Watson
Melville Cooper
Actor
15-Oct-1896 31-Mar-1973 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Joan Crawford
Actor
23-Mar-1905 10-May-1977 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Ralph Forbes
Actor
30-Sep-1896 31-Mar-1951 The Hound of the Baskervilles
Sara Haden
Actor
17-Nov-1899 15-Sep-1981 The Shop Around the Corner
Robert Montgomery
Actor
21-May-1904 27-Sep-1981 Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Frank Morgan
Actor
1-Jun-1890 18-Sep-1949 The Wizard of Oz
William Powell
Actor
29-Jul-1892 5-Mar-1984 My Man Godfrey
Jessie Ralph
Actor
5-Nov-1864 30-May-1944 San Francisco

CAST

Robert Montgomery   ...   Arthur
Joan Crawford   ...   Fay Cheyney
William Powell   ...   Charles
with
Frank Morgan   ...   Lord Kelton
Jessie Ralph   ...   Duchess
Nigel Bruce   ...   Willie
Colleen Clare   ...   Joan
Benita Hume   ...   Kitty
Ralph Forbes   ...   Cousin John
Aileen Pringle   ...   Maria
Melville Cooper   ...   William
Leonard Carey   ...   Ames
Sara Haden   ...   Anna
Lumsden Hare   ...   Insp. Witherspoon
Wallis Clark   ...   George
Barnett Parker   ...   Purser

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