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The Kid from Brooklyn (21-Mar-1946)

Director: Norman Z. McLeod

Writers: Don Hartman; Melville Shavelson

From a play: The Milky Way by Lynn Root and Harry Clork

Musical Director: Carmen Dragon

Producer: Samuel Goldwyn

Keywords: Comedy, Boxing, New York, Brooklyn

Remake of The Milky Way (1936).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Abel
Actor
6-Jun-1898 26-Mar-1987 The Three Musketeers
Eve Arden
Actor
30-Apr-1908 12-Nov-1990 The Eve Arden Show
Fay Bainter
Actor
7-Dec-1891 16-Apr-1968 Jezebel
Steve Cochran
Actor
25-May-1917 15-Jun-1965 The Damned Don't Cry
Jerome Cowan
Actor
6-Oct-1897 24-Jan-1972 Miracle on 34th Street
Danny Kaye
Actor
18-Jan-1913 3-Mar-1987 The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Virginia Mayo
Actor
30-Nov-1920 17-Jan-2005 South Sea Woman
Lionel Stander
Actor
11-Jan-1908 30-Nov-1994 Chauffer Max on Hart to Hart
Vera-Ellen
Dancer
16-Feb-1921 30-Aug-1981 On the Town
Don Wilson
Radio Personality
1-Sep-1900 25-Apr-1982 Jack Benny's announcer

CAST

Danny Kaye   ...   Burleigh Sullivan
with
Virginia Mayo   ...   Polly Pringle
Vera-Ellen   ...   Susie Sullivan
and
The Goldwyn Girls   ...   Themselves
Walter Abel   ...   Gabby Sloan
Eve Arden   ...   Ann Westley
Steve Cochran   ...   Speed McFarlane
Fay Bainter   ...   Mrs. E. Winthrop LeMoyne
Lionel Stander   ...   Spider Schultz
Clarence Kolb   ...   Mr. Austin
Victor Cutler   ...   Photographer
Charles Cane   ...   Willard
Jerome Cowan   ...   Fight Announcer
Don Wilson   ...   Radio Announcer
Knox Manning   ...   Radio Announcer
Kay Thompson   ...   Matron
Johnny Downs   ...   Master of Ceremonies

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