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Good Sam (1-Sep-1948)

Director: Leo McCarey

Writers: Ken Englund; John Klorer; Leo McCarey

Music Score by: Robert Emmett Dolan

Producer: Leo McCarey

Keywords: Drama, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Irving Bacon
Actor
6-Sep-1893 5-Feb-1965 Mr. Beazley
Louise Beavers
Actor
8-Mar-1902 26-Oct-1962 She Done Him Wrong
Ray Collins
Actor
10-Dec-1889 11-Jul-1965 Lt. Tragg on Perry Mason
Gary Cooper
Actor
7-May-1901 14-May-1961 High Noon
William Frawley
Actor
26-Feb-1887 3-Mar-1966 Fred on I Love Lucy
Joan Lorring
Actor
17-Apr-1926   The Corn Is Green
Edmund Lowe
Actor
3-Mar-1890 21-Apr-1971 What Price Glory
Matt Moore
Actor
8-Jan-1888 20-Jan-1960 Irish-American character actor
Ruth Roman
Actor
22-Dec-1922 9-Sep-1999 Champion
Ann Sheridan
Actor
21-Feb-1915 21-Jan-1967 Torrid Zone

CAST

Gary Cooper   ...   Sam Clayton
Ann Sheridan   ...   Lu Clayton
with
Ray Collins   ...   Rev. Daniels
Edmund Lowe   ...   H. C. Borden
Joan Lorring   ...   Shirley Mae
Clinton Sundberg   ...   Nelson
Minerva Urecal   ...   Mrs. Nelson
Louise Beavers   ...   Chloe
Dick Ross   ...   Claude
Lora Lee Michel   ...   Lulu
Bobby Dolan, Jr.   ...   Butch
Matt Moore   ...   Mr. Butler
Netta Packer   ...   Mrs. Butler
Ruth Roman   ...   Ruthie
Carol Stevens   ...   Mrs. Adams
Todd Karns   ...   Joe Adams
Irving Bacon   ...   Tramp
William Frawley   ...   Tom
Harry Hayden   ...   Banker

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