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Fashions of 1934 (14-Feb-1934)

Director: William Dieterle

Writers: F. Hugh Herbert; Carl Erickson

From story: The Fashion Plate by Harry Collins and Warren Duff

Music and Lyrics by: Sammy Fain; Irving Kahal

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dorothy Burgess
Actor
4-Mar-1907 20-Aug-1961 Hold Your Man
Spencer Charters
Actor
25-Mar-1875 25-Jan-1943 Character actor
Bette Davis
Actor
5-Apr-1908 6-Oct-1989 All About Eve
Hugh Herbert
Actor
10-Aug-1884 12-Mar-1952 Hellzapoppin
Frank McHugh
Actor
23-May-1898 11-Sep-1981 The Roaring Twenties
Henry O'Neill
Actor
10-Aug-1891 18-May-1961 Anchors Aweigh
Reginald Owen
Actor
5-Aug-1887 5-Nov-1972 Prolific character actor
William Powell
Actor
29-Jul-1892 5-Mar-1984 My Man Godfrey
Verree Teasdale
Actor
15-Mar-1904 17-Feb-1987 A Midsummer Night's Dream
Nella Walker
Actor
6-Mar-1886 22-Mar-1971 Mack and Walker
Gordon Westcott
Actor
6-Nov-1903 31-Oct-1935 Heroes for Sale

CAST

William Powell   ...   Sherwood Nash
Bette Davis   ...   Lynn
Frank McHugh   ...   Snap
Hugh Herbert   ...   Joe Ward
Verree Teasdale   ...   Duchess
Reginald Owen   ...   Baroque
Henry O'Neill   ...   Duryea
Phillip Reed   ...   Jimmy
Gordon Westcott   ...   Harry
Dorothy Burgess   ...   Glenda
and
Etienne Girardot   ...   Glass
William Burress   ...   Feldman
Nella Walker   ...   Mrs. Van Tyle
Spencer Charters   ...   Telephone Man
George Humbert   ...   Caponelli
Frank Darien   ...   Jules
Harry Beresford   ...   Bookseller

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