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Back Street (4-Feb-1941)

Director: Robert Stevenson

Writers: Bruce Manning; Felix Jackson

From novel by: Fannie Hurst

Music by: Frank Skinner

Producer: Bruce Manning

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Boyer
Actor
28-Aug-1899 26-Aug-1978 Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Richard Carlson
Actor
29-Apr-1912 24-Nov-1977 The Creature from the Black Lagoon
Esther Dale
Actor
10-Nov-1885 23-Jul-1961 Curly Top
Marjorie Gateson
Actor
17-Jan-1891 17-Apr-1977 Goin' to Town
Samuel S. Hinds
Actor
4-Apr-1875 13-Oct-1948 It's a Wonderful Life
Tim Holt
Actor
5-Feb-1918 15-Feb-1973 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Frank Jenks
Actor
4-Nov-1902 13-May-1962 Vaudvillian, character actor
Frank McHugh
Actor
23-May-1898 11-Sep-1981 The Roaring Twenties
Margaret Sullavan
Actor
16-May-1911 1-Jan-1960 The Shop Around the Corner
Nella Walker
Actor
6-Mar-1886 22-Mar-1971 Mack and Walker

CAST

Charles Boyer   ...   Walter Saxel
Margaret Sullavan   ...   Ray Smith
With
Richard Carlson   ...   Curt Stanton
Frank McHugh   ...   Ed Porter
Tim Holt   ...   Richard Saxel
Frank Jenks   ...   Harry Niles
Esther Dale   ...   Mrs. Smith
Samuel S. Hinds   ...   Felix Darren
Peggy Stewart   ...   Fredda Smith
Nell O'Day   ...   Elizabeth Saxel
Kitty O'Neil   ...   Mrs. Dilling
Nella Walker   ...   Corinne Saxel
Cecil Cunningham   ...   Mrs. Miller
Marjorie Gateson   ...   Mrs. Adams
Dale Winter   ...   Miss Evans

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