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Yellow Jack (19-May-1938)

Director: George B. Seitz

Writer: Edward Chodorov

From a play: Yellow Jack by Sidney Howard and Paul de Kruif

Based on a book: Microbe Hunters by Paul De Kruif

Musical Score by: Dr. William Axt

Producer: Jack Cummings

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Janet Beecher
Actor
21-Oct-1884 6-Aug-1955 The Mighty Barnum
Virginia Bruce
Actor
29-Sep-1910 24-Feb-1982 The Invisible Woman
Charles Coburn
Actor
17-Jun-1877 30-Aug-1961 The More the Merrier
Andy Devine
Actor
7-Oct-1905 18-Feb-1977 Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok
Buddy Ebsen
Actor
2-Apr-1908 6-Jul-2003 Jed Clampett
Jonathan Hale
Actor
21-Mar-1891 28-Feb-1966 J. C. Dithers
Henry Hull
Actor
3-Oct-1890 8-Mar-1977 Werewolf of London
Robert Montgomery
Actor
21-May-1904 27-Sep-1981 Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Henry O'Neill
Actor
10-Aug-1891 18-May-1961 Anchors Aweigh
Stanley Ridges
Actor
17-Jul-1890 22-Apr-1951 Black Friday
Lewis Stone
Actor
15-Nov-1879 12-Sep-1953 Judge James Hardy

CAST

Starring
Robert Montgomery   ...   John O'Hara
Virginia Bruce   ...   Frances Blake
with
Lewis Stone   ...   Maj. Reed
Andy Devine   ...   Charlie Spill
Henry Hull   ...   Dr. Jesse Lazear
Charles Coburn   ...   Dr. Finlay
Buddy Ebsen   ...   Jellybeans
Henry O'Neill   ...   Gorgas
Janet Beecher   ...   Miss Macdade
William Henry   ...   Breen
Alan Curtis   ...   Brinkerhof
Sam Levene   ...   Busch
Stanley Ridges   ...   Dr. James Carroll
Phillip Terry   ...   Ferguson
Jonathan Hale   ...   Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood

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