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Operator 13 (8-Jun-1934)

Director: Richard Boleslawski

Writers: Eve Greene; Zelda Sears; Harvey Thew

From stories by: Robert W. Chambers

Songs by: Walter Donaldson; Gus Kahn

Producer: Lucien Hubbard

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gary Cooper
Actor
7-May-1901 14-May-1961 High Noon
Marion Davies
Actor
3-Jan-1897 22-Sep-1961 When Knighthood Was in Flower
Douglass Dumbrille
Actor
13-Oct-1889 2-Apr-1974 The Three Musketeers
Marjorie Gateson
Actor
17-Jan-1891 17-Apr-1977 Goin' to Town
Ted Healy
Actor
1-Oct-1896 21-Dec-1937 Creator of The Three Stooges
Fuzzy Knight
Actor
9-May-1901 23-Feb-1976 American character actor
Walter Long
Actor
5-Mar-1879 4-Jul-1952 The Birth of a Nation
Jean Parker
Actor
11-Aug-1915 30-Nov-2005 Little Women
Willard Robertson
Actor
1-Jan-1886 5-Apr-1948 Remember the Night
Sidney Toler
Actor
28-Apr-1874 12-Feb-1947 Charlie Chan

CAST

Marion Davies   ...   Gail Loveless
Gary Cooper   ...   Capt. Jack Gailliard
with
Jean Parker   ...   Eleanor
Katharine Alexander   ...   Pauline
Ted Healy   ...   Dr. Hitchcock
The Four Mills Brothers   ...   Singers
Russell Hardie   ...   Littledale
Henry Wadsworth   ...   John Pelham
Douglass Dumbrille   ...   Gen. Stuart
Willard Robertson   ...   Capt. Channing
Fuzzy Knight   ...   Sweeney
Sidney Toler   ...   Maj. Allen
Robert McWade   ...   Col. Sharpe
Marjorie Gateson   ...   Mrs. Shackleford
Wade Boteler   ...   Gaston
Walter Long   ...   Operator 55

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