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Queen of the Stardust Ballroom (13-Feb-1975)

Director: Sam O'Steen

Writer: Jerome Kass

Music by: Billy Goldenberg

Producers: Robert W. Christiansen; Rick Rosenberg

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Brandon
Actor
20-Apr-1945   Dempsey & Makepeace
Charles Durning
Actor
28-Feb-1923 24-Dec-2012 The Muppet Movie
Alan Fudge
Actor
27-Feb-1934 10-Oct-2011 C. W. Crawford on The Man from Atlantis
Florence Halop
Actor
23-Jan-1923 15-Jul-1986 Florence Kleiner on Night Court
Charlotte Rae
Actor
22-Apr-1926   Mrs. Garrett on The Facts of Life
Beverly Sanders
Actor
2-Sep-1940   Susan Alborn on Rhoda
Maureen Stapleton
Actor
21-Jun-1925 13-Mar-2006 Won an Oscar for playing Emma Goldman

CAST

Maureen Stapleton   ...   Bea Asher
Charles Durning   ...   Al Green
Michael Strong   ...   Jack
Charlotte Rae   ...   Helen
Jacquelyn Hyde   ...   Angie
Beverly Sanders   ...   Diane
Alan Fudge   ...   Louis
Michael Brandon   ...   David
Elizabeth Berger   ...   Jennifer
Natalie Core   ...   Pauline Krimm
Martha Tilton   ...   Singer
Danna Hansen   ...   Martha
Orrin Tucker   ...   M.C.
Lewis Charles   ...   Johnny
Ruth Warshawsky   ...   Shirley
Louise Lorimer   ...   Lady in Park
Guy Raymond   ...   Petie
Nora Marlowe   ...   Emily
Gil Lamb   ...   Harry
Holly Irving   ...   Marie
Gaye Taron   ...   Young Woman
Lois Walden   ...   Natalie
Robin Muir   ...   Leslie
Florence Halop   ...   Sylvia
Charmie Mayer   ...   Terry

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