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The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle (29-Mar-1939)

Director: H. C. Potter

Writers: Oscar Hammerstein II; Dorothy Yost; Richard Sherman

From article: My Memories of Vernon Castle by Irene Castle

Based on a book: My Husband by Irene Castle (memoir)

Producer: George Haight

Keywords: Drama, Dance, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Fred Astaire
Dancer
10-May-1899 22-Jun-1987 Broadway ballroom dancer
Janet Beecher
Actor
21-Oct-1884 6-Aug-1955 The Mighty Barnum
Walter Brennan
Actor
25-Jul-1894 21-Sep-1974 Three Oscars for Best Supporting Actor
Donald MacBride
Actor
23-Jun-1889 21-Jun-1957 High Sierra
Edna May Oliver
Actor
9-Nov-1883 9-Nov-1942 Drums Along the Mohawk
Ginger Rogers
Dancer
16-Jul-1911 25-Apr-1995 The Gay Divorcee
Victor Varconi
Actor
31-Mar-1891 6-Jun-1976 Hungarian-American character actor

CAST

Fred Astaire   ...   Vernon Castle
Ginger Rogers   ...   Irene Castle
with
Edna May Oliver   ...   Maggie Sutton
Walter Brennan   ...   Walter
Lew Fields   ...   Lew Fields
Etienne Girardot   ...   Papa Aubel
Janet Beecher   ...   Mrs. Foote
Rolfe Sedan   ...   Emile Aubel
Leonid Kinskey   ...   Artist
Robert Strange   ...   Dr. Foote
Douglas Walton   ...   Student Pilot
Clarence Derwent   ...   Papa Louis
Sonny Lamont   ...   Charlie
Frances Mercer   ...   Claire Ford
Victor Varconi   ...   Grand Duke
Donald MacBride   ...   Hotel Manager

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