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Stanley and Livingstone (4-Aug-1939)

Directors: Otto Brower; Henry King

Writers: Philip Dunne; Julien Josephson; Hal Long; Sam Hellman

Musical Direction: Louis Silvers

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Africa

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Brennan
Actor
25-Jul-1894 21-Sep-1974 Three Oscars for Best Supporting Actor
Charles Coburn
Actor
17-Jun-1877 30-Aug-1961 The More the Merrier
Richard Greene
Actor
25-Aug-1918 1-Jun-1985 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Cedric Hardwicke
Actor
19-Feb-1893 6-Aug-1964 Suspicion
Paul Harvey
Actor
10-Sep-1882 5-Dec-1955 American character actor
Russell Hicks
Actor
4-Jun-1895 1-Jun-1957 American character actor
Henry Hull
Actor
3-Oct-1890 8-Mar-1977 Werewolf of London
Nancy Kelly
Actor
25-Mar-1921 2-Jan-1995 The Bad Seed
Miles Mander
Actor
14-May-1888 8-Feb-1946 The Three Musketeers
Spencer Tracy
Actor
5-Apr-1900 10-Jun-1967 Two consecutive Best Actor Oscars
Henry Travers
Actor
5-Mar-1874 18-Oct-1965 It's a Wonderful Life

CAST

Starring
Spencer Tracy   ...   Henry M. Stanley
with
Nancy Kelly   ...   Eve Kingsley
Richard Greene   ...   Gareth Tyce
and
Walter Brennan   ...   Jeff Slocum
Charles Coburn   ...   Lord Tyce
Cedric Hardwicke   ...   Dr. David Livingstone
Henry Hull   ...   James Gordon Bennett, Jr.
Henry Travers   ...   John Kingsley
Miles Mander   ...   Sir John Gresham
David Torrence   ...   Mr. Cranston
Holmes Herbert   ...   Frederick Holcomb
Montague Shaw   ...   Sir Oliver French
Brandon Hurst   ...   Sir Henry Forrester
Hassan Said   ...   Hassan
Paul Harvey   ...   Col. Grimes
Russell Hicks   ...   Commissioner
Frank Dae   ...   Commissioner

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