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Thrill of a Romance (23-May-1945)

Director: Richard Thorpe

Writers: Richard Connell; Gladys Lehman

Musical Adaptation and Direction: George Stoll

Producer: Joe Pasternak

Keywords: Musical

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Spring Byington
Actor
17-Oct-1886 7-Sep-1971 You Can't Take it With You
Jeff Chandler
Actor
15-Dec-1918 17-Jun-1961 Broken Arrow
Buddy DeFranco
Jazz Musician
17-Feb-1923   Jazz clarinetist, led The Glenn Miller Orchestra
Tommy Dorsey
Musician
19-Nov-1905 26-Nov-1956 Popular bandleader
Frances Gifford
Actor
7-Dec-1919 15-Jan-1994 Jungle Girl
Van Johnson
Actor
25-Aug-1916 12-Dec-2008 The Caine Mutiny
Lauritz Melchior
Singer
20-Mar-1890 18-Mar-1973 Wagnerian operatic tenor
Henry Travers
Actor
5-Mar-1874 18-Oct-1965 It's a Wonderful Life
Esther Williams
Actor
8-Aug-1921 6-Jun-2013 Aquatic thespian of the '40s and '50s

CAST

Van Johnson   ...   Maj. Thomas Milvaine
Esther Williams   ...   Cynthia Glenn
with
Frances Gifford   ...   Maude Bancroft
Henry Travers   ...   Hobart Glenn
Spring Byington   ...   Nona Glenn
And Introducing the Metropolitan Opera Star
Lauritz Melchior   ...   Mr. Nils Knudsen
and
Tommy Dorsey   ...   Himself
and His Orchestra   ...   Themselves
Carleton G. Young   ...   Robert G. Delbar
Ethel Griffies   ...   Mrs. Fenway
Donald Curtis   ...   K. O. Karny
Jerry Scott   ...   Lyonel
Fernando Alvarado   ...   Julio
Helene Stanley   ...   Susan
Vince Barnett   ...   Oscar
Billy House   ...   Dr. Tovve
Joan Fay Macaboy   ...   Betty

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