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The Story of Will Rogers (17-Jul-1952)

Director: Michael Curtiz

Writers: Frank Davis; John C. Moffitt; Stanley Roberts

From article: Uncle Clem's Boy by Mrs. Will Rogers

Original Music by: Victor Young

Producer: Robert Arthur

Keywords: Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frank Bank
Actor
12-Apr-1942 13-Apr-2013 Lumpy on Leave It to Beaver
Noah Beery, Jr.
Actor
10-Aug-1913 1-Nov-1994 Rocky on The Rockford Files
Steve Brodie
Actor
21-Nov-1919 9-Jan-1992 The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
Eddie Cantor
Singer
31-Jan-1892 10-Oct-1964 Banjo Eyes
James Gleason
Actor
23-May-1882 12-Apr-1959 Here Comes Mr. Jordan
Eve Miller
Actor
8-Aug-1923 17-Aug-1973 The Big Trees
Slim Pickens
Actor
29-Jun-1919 8-Dec-1983 Tough cowboy actor
Carl Benton Reid
Actor
14-Aug-1893 16-Mar-1973 The Little Foxes
Will Rogers, Jr.
Actor
20-Oct-1911 10-Jul-1993 Son of Will Rogers
Mary Wickes
Actor
13-Jun-1910 22-Oct-1995 Sister Act
Jane Wyman
Actor
5-Jan-1917 10-Sep-2007 Falcon Crest

CAST

Will Rogers, Jr.   ...   Will Rogers
Jane Wyman   ...   Mrs. Will Rogers
with
Carl Benton Reid   ...   Clem Rogers
Eve Miller   ...   Cora Marshall
James Gleason   ...   Bert Lynn
Slim Pickens   ...   Dusty Donovan
and
Noah Beery, Jr.   ...   Wiley Post
Mary Wickes   ...   Mrs. Foster
Steve Brodie   ...   Dave Marshall
Pinky Tomlin   ...   Orville
Margaret Field   ...   Sally Rogers
and
Eddie Cantor   ...   Himself

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