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Let Freedom Ring (24-Feb-1939)

Director: Jack Conway

Writer: Ben Hecht

Musical Director: Arthur Lange

Producer: Harry Rapf

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward Arnold
Actor
18-Feb-1890 26-Apr-1956 You Can't Take It With You
Lionel Barrymore
Actor
28-Apr-1878 15-Nov-1954 Young Dr. Kildare
Virginia Bruce
Actor
29-Sep-1910 24-Feb-1982 The Invisible Woman
Charles Butterworth
Actor
26-Jul-1896 14-Jun-1946 This is the Army
Nelson Eddy
Singer
29-Jun-1901 6-Mar-1967 Phantom of the Opera
Gabby Hayes
Actor
7-May-1885 9-Feb-1969 Don't Fence Me In
Louis Jean Heydt
Actor
17-Apr-1905 29-Jan-1960 American character actor
Guy Kibbee
Actor
6-Mar-1882 24-May-1956 Captain January
Victor McLaglen
Actor
11-Dec-1883 7-Nov-1959 The Informer
Raymond Walburn
Actor
9-Sep-1887 26-Jul-1969 Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
H. B. Warner
Actor
26-Oct-1875 21-Dec-1958 The King of Kings

CAST

Starring
Nelson Eddy   ...   Steve Logan
with
Virginia Bruce   ...   Maggie Adams
Victor McLaglen   ...   Chris Mulligan
Lionel Barrymore   ...   Thomas Logan
Edward Arnold   ...   Jim Knox
Guy Kibbee   ...   David Bronson
Charles Butterworth   ...   The Mackerel
H. B. Warner   ...   Rutledge
Raymond Walburn   ...   Underwood
Dick Rich   ...   "Bumper" Jackson
Trevor Bardette   ...   Gagan
Gabby Hayes   ...   "Pop" Wilkie
Louis Jean Heydt   ...   Ned Wilkie
Sarah Padden   ...   "Ma" Logan
Eddie Dunn   ...   Curly
C. E. Anderson   ...   Sheriff Hicks

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