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Cairo (17-Aug-1942)

Director: W. S. Van Dyke

Writers: John McClain; Ladislas Fodor

Musical Score: Herbert Stothart

Keywords: Comedy, Espionage

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lionel Atwill
Actor
1-Mar-1885 22-Apr-1946 The Ghost of Frankenstein
Eduardo Ciannelli
Actor
30-Aug-1889 8-Oct-1969 Strange Cargo
Dennis Hoey
Actor
30-Mar-1893 25-Jul-1960 Inspector Lestrade
Jeanette MacDonald
Actor
18-Jun-1903 14-Jan-1965 The Merry Widow
Grant Mitchell
Actor
17-Jun-1874 1-May-1957 Father Is a Prince
Reginald Owen
Actor
5-Aug-1887 5-Nov-1972 Prolific character actor
Ethel Waters
Singer
31-Oct-1896 1-Sep-1977 Sweet Mama Stringbean
Rhys Williams
Actor
31-Dec-1897 28-May-1969 The Bells of St. Mary's
Dooley Wilson
Actor
3-Apr-1886 30-May-1953 Sam in Casablanca
Robert Young
Actor
22-Feb-1907 21-Jul-1998 Marcus Welby, M.D.

CAST

Jeanette MacDonald   ...   Marcia Warren
Robert Young   ...   Homer Smith
With
Ethel Waters   ...   Cleona Jones
Reginald Owen   ...   Philo Cobson
Grant Mitchell   ...   O. H. P. Boggs
Lionel Atwill   ...   Teutonic Gentleman
Edward Ciannelli   ...   Ahmed Ben Hassan
Dooley Wilson   ...   Hector
Mitchell Lewis   ...   Ludwig
Larry Nunn   ...   Bernie
Dennis Hoey   ...   Col. Woodhue
Mona Barrie   ...   Mrs. Morrison
Rhys Williams   ...   Strange Man
Cecil Cunningham   ...   Mme. Laruga
Harry Worth   ...   Bartender
Frank Richards   ...   Alfred

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