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Spring Reunion (Mar-1957)

Director: Robert Pirosh

Writers: Robert Pirosh; Elick Moll; Robert Alan Aurthur

Music Composed and Conducted by: Herbert Spencer; Earle Hagen

Producer: Jerry Bresler

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Herbert Anderson
Actor
30-Mar-1917 11-Jun-1994 Henry Mitchell on Dennis the Menace
Dana Andrews
Actor
1-Jan-1909 17-Dec-1992 The Best Years of Our Lives
Ken Curtis
Actor
2-Jul-1916 29-Apr-1991 Festus Haggen on Gunsmoke
James Gleason
Actor
23-May-1882 12-Apr-1959 Here Comes Mr. Jordan
Jean Hagen
Actor
3-Aug-1923 29-Aug-1977 Singin' in the Rain
Betty Hutton
Actor
26-Feb-1921 11-Mar-2007 Incendiary Blonde
Gordon Jones
Actor
5-Apr-1911 20-Jun-1963 The Green Hornet
Laura La Plante
Actor
1-Nov-1904 14-Oct-1996 The Cat and the Canary
Irene Ryan
Actor
17-Oct-1902 26-Apr-1973 Granny on The Beverly Hillbillies

CAST

Starring
Dana Andrews   ...   Fred Davis
Betty Hutton   ...   Maggie Brewster
With
Jean Hagen   ...   Barna Forrest
Robert Simon   ...   Harry Brewster
Laura La Plante   ...   May Brewster
Gordon Jones   ...   Jack Frazer
Sara Berner   ...   Paula Kratz
Irene Ryan   ...   Miss Stapleton
Herbert Anderson   ...   Edward
Richard Shannon   ...   Nick
Ken Curtis   ...   Al
Vivi Janiss   ...   Grace
Mimi Doyle   ...   Alice
Florence Sundstrom   ...   Mary
Richard Benedict   ...   Jim
and
James Gleason   ...   Mr. Collyer

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