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You'll Find Out (22-Nov-1940)

Director: David Butler

Writers: James V. Kern; David Butler

Music by: James McHugh

Producer: David Butler

Keywords: Mystery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Harry Babbitt
2-Nov-1913 9-Apr-2004 Voice of Woody Woodpecker
Ish Kabibble
19-Jan-1908 5-Jun-1994 Trumpeter and novelty singer
Boris Karloff
23-Nov-1887 2-Feb-1969 Horror actor
Alma Kruger
13-Sep-1871 5-Apr-1960 Molly Byrd, Dr. Kildare's head nurse
Kay Kyser
18-Jun-1897 23-Jul-1985 The Ol' Professor, eleven #1 records
Peter Lorre
26-Jun-1904 23-Mar-1964 The Maltese Falcon
Bela Lugosi
20-Oct-1882 16-Aug-1956 Dracula
Dennis O'Keefe
29-Mar-1908 31-Aug-1968 Brewster's Millions


Kay Kyser   ...   Kay
Peter Lorre   ...   Fenninger
Helen Parrish   ...   Janis
Dennis O'Keefe   ...   Chuck Deems
Bela Lugosi   ...   Prince Saliano
Alma Kruger   ...   Aunt Margo
Kay Keyser's Band   ...   Themselves
Ginny Simms   ...   Herself
Harry Babbitt   ...   Himself
Ish Kabibble   ...   Himself
Sully Mason   ...   Himself
The College of Musical Knowledge   ...   Themselves
Boris Karloff   ...   Judge Mainwaring
Joseph Eggenton   ...   Jurgen


Review by anonymous (posted on 17-Sep-2006)

I saw this movie several times as an older child, and absolutely loved it. It was on the other night, and I am still upset that I couldn't watch all of it due to the lateness when it was aired. Yes, parts of it may be a little hokey, but you just have to love the movie. It ranks up there with "Arsnic and Old Lace". Does anyone know where I can buy a copy? I really wasn't sure of the name of the movie until the other night.

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