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Funny Girl (19-Sep-1968)

Director: William Wyler

Writer: Isobel Lennart

From a play: Funny Girl by Isobel Lennart

Music by: Jule Styne

Producer: Ray Stark

Keywords: Musical Comedy, Biography, New York

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frank Faylen
Actor
8-Dec-1905 2-Aug-1985 The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis
Anne Francis
Actor
16-Sep-1930 2-Jan-2011 Forbidden Planet
Kay Medford
Actor
14-Sep-1914 10-Apr-1980 Bye Bye Birdie
Gerald Mohr
Actor
11-Jun-1914 9-Nov-1968 American character actor
Walter Pidgeon
Actor
23-Sep-1897 25-Sep-1984 How Green Was My Valley
Omar Sharif
Actor
10-Apr-1932   Doctor Zhivago
Barbra Streisand
Singer
24-Apr-1942   You Don't Bring Me Flowers

CAST

starring
Barbra Streisand   ...   Fanny Brice
Omar Sharif   ...   Nick Arnstein
co-starring
Kay Medford   ...   Rose Brice
Anne Francis   ...   Georgia James
Walter Pidgeon   ...   Florenz Ziegfeld
With
Lee Allen   ...   Eddie Ryan
Mae Questel   ...   Mrs. Strakosh
Gerald Mohr   ...   Branca
Frank Faylen   ...   Keeney
Mittie Lawrence   ...   Emma
Gertrude Flynn   ...   Mrs. O'Malley
Penny Santon   ...   Mrs. Meeker
John Harmon   ...   Company Manager
The Ziegfeld Girls
Thordis Brandt   ...   Ziegfeld Girl
Bettina Brenna   ...   Ziegfeld Girl
Virginia Ann Ford   ...   Ziegfeld Girl
Alena Johnston   ...   Ziegfeld Girl
Karen Lee   ...   Ziegfeld Girl
Mary Jane Mangler   ...   Ziegfeld Girl
Inga Neilsen   ...   Ziegfeld Girl
Sharon Vaughn   ...   Ziegfeld Girl

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