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Lord Jeff (17-Jun-1938)

Director: Sam Wood

Writers: James Kevin McGuinness; Bradford Ropes; Val Burton; Endre Bohem

Musical Score by: Edward Ward

Producer: Frank Davis

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Freddie Bartholomew
Actor
28-Mar-1924 23-Jan-1992 Little Lord Fauntleroy
Charles Coburn
Actor
17-Jun-1877 30-Aug-1961 The More the Merrier
Emma Dunn
Actor
26-Feb-1874 14-Dec-1966 The Talk of the Town
Walter Kingsford
Actor
20-Sep-1881 7-Feb-1958 British-American character actor
Peter Lawford
Actor
7-Sep-1923 24-Dec-1984 Rat Pack member
Herbert Mundin
Actor
21-Aug-1898 5-Mar-1939 Mutiny on the Bounty
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920   Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Gale Sondergaard
Actor
15-Feb-1899 14-Aug-1985 Anthony Adverse
Monty Woolley
Actor
17-Aug-1888 6-May-1963 The Man Who Came to Dinner
George Zucco
Actor
11-Jan-1886 28-May-1960 Fog Island

CAST

Freddie Bartholomew   ...   Geoffrey Braemer
Mickey Rooney   ...   Terry O'Mulvaney
with
Charles Coburn   ...   Capt. Briggs
Herbert Mundin   ...   Crusty Jelks
Terry Kilburn   ...   Albert Baker
Gale Sondergaard   ...   Doris Clandon
Peter Lawford   ...   Benny Potter
Walter Tetley   ...   Tommy Thrums
Peter Ellis   ...   Ned Saunders
George Zucco   ...   Jim Hampstead
Matthew Boulton   ...   Insp. Scott
John Burton   ...   John Cartwright
Emma Dunn   ...   Mrs. Briggs
Monty Woolley   ...   Jeweler
Gilbert Emery   ...   Magistrate
Charles Irwin   ...   Mr. Burke
Walter Kingsford   ...   Superintendent

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