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Three Comrades (2-Jun-1938)

Director: Frank Borzage

Writers: F. Scott Fitzgerald; Edward E. Paramore

From novel: Drei Kameraden by Erich Maria Remarque

Music by: Franz Waxman

Producer: Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Keywords: Drama, WWI

Three soldiers in inter-war Germany share a relationship with a lovely young women, who subsequently falls ill with consumption. Memorable love story; the film saw Margaret Sullavan nominated for Best Actress Oscar.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lionel Atwill
Actor
1-Mar-1885 22-Apr-1946 The Ghost of Frankenstein
Charley Grapewin
Actor
20-Dec-1869 2-Feb-1956 Tobacco Road
Henry Hull
Actor
3-Oct-1890 8-Mar-1977 Werewolf of London
Guy Kibbee
Actor
6-Mar-1882 24-May-1956 Captain January
Margaret Sullavan
Actor
16-May-1911 1-Jan-1960 The Shop Around the Corner
Robert Taylor
Actor
5-Aug-1911 8-Jun-1969 Quo Vadis
Franchot Tone
Actor
27-Feb-1905 18-Sep-1968 Advise and Consent
Monty Woolley
Actor
17-Aug-1888 6-May-1963 The Man Who Came to Dinner
Robert Young
Actor
22-Feb-1907 21-Jul-1998 Marcus Welby, M.D.

CAST

Robert Taylor   ...   Erich Lohkamp
Margaret Sullavan   ...   Patricia Hollmann
Franchot Tone   ...   Otto Koster
Robert Young   ...   Gottfried Lenz
with
Guy Kibbee   ...   Alfons
Lionel Atwill   ...   Breuer
Henry Hull   ...   Dr. Becker
Charley Grapewin   ...   Local Doctor
Monty Woolley   ...   Dr. Jaffe

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