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A Star Is Born (20-Apr-1937)

Director: William A. Wellman

Writers: Dorothy Parker; Alan Campbell; Robert Carson; William A. Wellman

Music by: Max Steiner

Producer: David O. Selznick

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Andy Devine
Actor
7-Oct-1905 18-Feb-1977 Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok
Janet Gaynor
Actor
6-Oct-1906 14-Sep-1984 A Star Is Born
Edgar Kennedy
Actor
26-Apr-1890 9-Nov-1948 Mad Wednesday
Fredric March
Actor
31-Aug-1897 14-Apr-1975 The Best Years of Our Lives
Adolphe Menjou
Actor
18-Feb-1890 29-Oct-1963 A Farewell to Arms
Owen Moore
Actor
12-Dec-1886 9-Jun-1939 Irish-American character actor
May Robson
Actor
19-Apr-1858 20-Oct-1942 Lady for a Day
Lionel Stander
Actor
11-Jan-1908 30-Nov-1994 Chauffer Max on Hart to Hart
Guinn Williams
Actor
26-Apr-1899 6-Jun-1962 Santa Fe Trail
Peggy Wood
Actor
9-Feb-1892 18-Mar-1978 The Sound of Music

CAST

Starring
Janet Gaynor   ...   Esther Blodgett -- Vicki Lester
Fredric March   ...   Norman Maine
Featuring
Adolphe Menjou   ...   Oliver Niles
May Robson   ...   Lettie
Andy Devine   ...   Danny McGuire
Lionel Stander   ...   Libby
and
Owen Moore   ...   Casey Burke
Peggy Wood   ...   Miss Phillips
Elizabeth Jenns   ...   Anita Regis
Edgar Kennedy   ...   Pop Randall
J. C. Nugent   ...   Theodore Smythe
Guinn Williams   ...   Posture Coach

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