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The French Line (8-Feb-1954)

Director: Lloyd Bacon

Writers: Mary Loos; Richard Sale; Matty Kemp; Isabel Dawn

Music by: Josef Myrow

Producer: Edmund Grainger

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Musical, Cruise, 3D

On a cruise, oil heiress Mame Carson swaps identities with a fashion model, because it seems that men are being scared off by her money. Condemned for "immorality" by the National Catholic Legion of Decency; banned in Chicago by the Police Commissioner as "especially harmful to youth." But the film itself is quite tame. Compare The Richest Girl in the World (1934), which has nearly the same plot.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Arthur Hunnicutt
Actor
17-Feb-1910 26-Sep-1979 The Big Sky
Kasey Rogers
Actor
15-Dec-1925 6-Jul-2006 Louise Tate on Bewitched
Gilbert Roland
Actor
11-Dec-1905 15-May-1994 The Bad and the Beautiful
Jane Russell
Actor
21-Jun-1921 28-Feb-2011 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Craig Stevens
Actor
8-Jul-1918 10-May-2000 Peter Gunn

CAST

Jane Russell   ...   Mary Carson ("Mame")
co-starring
Gilbert Roland   ...   Pierre Duquesne
Arthur Hunnicutt   ...   Waco Mosby
with
Mary McCarty   ...   Mme. Farrelli
Joyce Mackenzie   ...   Myrtle Brown
Paula Corday   ...   Celeste
Scott Elliott   ...   Bill Harris
Craig Stevens   ...   Phil Barton
Kasey Rogers   ...   Katherine Hodges
Steven Geray   ...   François
John Wengraf   ...   First Mate
Michael St. Angel   ...   George Hodges
Barbara Darrow   ...   Donna Adams
Barbara Dobbins   ...   Kitty Lee

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