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The Mad Miss Manton (8-Oct-1938)

Director: Leigh Jason

Writers: Wilson Collison; Philip G. Epstein

Musical Score: Roy Webb

Keywords: Mystery, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Henry Fonda
Actor
16-May-1905 12-Aug-1982 12 Angry Men
Paul Guilfoyle
Actor
14-Jul-1902 27-Jun-1961 Winterset
Miles Mander
Actor
14-May-1888 8-Feb-1946 The Three Musketeers
Hattie McDaniel
Actor
10-Jun-1893 26-Oct-1952 Mammy in Gone with the Wind
John Qualen
Actor
8-Dec-1899 12-Sep-1987 The Grapes of Wrath
Stanley Ridges
Actor
17-Jul-1890 22-Apr-1951 Black Friday
Penny Singleton
Actor
15-Sep-1908 12-Nov-2003 Blondie
Barbara Stanwyck
Actor
16-Jul-1907 20-Jan-1990 Double Indemnity
Grady Sutton
Actor
5-Apr-1906 17-Sep-1995 The Bank Dick

CAST

Barbara Stanwyck   ...   Melsa Manton
Henry Fonda   ...   Peter Ames
with
Sam Levene   ...   Lt. Brent
Frances Mercer   ...   Helen Frayne
Stanley Ridges   ...   Edward Norris
Whitney Bourne   ...   Pat James
Leona Maricle   ...   Sheila Lane
James Burke   ...   Sullivan
Penny Singleton   ...   Frances Glesk
Vickie Lester   ...   Kit Beverly
Ann Evers   ...   Lee Wilson
Catherine O'Quinn   ...   Dora Fenton
Linda Terry   ...   Myra Frost
Eleanor Hansen   ...   Jane
Hattie McDaniel   ...   Hilda
Paul Guilfoyle   ...   Bat Regan
Kay Sutton   ...   Gloria Hamilton
Miles Mander   ...   Mr. Thomas
John Qualen   ...   Subway Watchman
Grady Sutton   ...   D.A.'s Secretary
Olin Howland   ...   Mr. X

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