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Parnell (4-Jun-1937)

Director: John M. Stahl

Writers: John Van Druten; S. N. Behrman

From a play by: Elsie T. Schauffler

Musical Score by: Dr. William Axt

Keywords: Drama, Ireland, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Billie Burke
Actor
7-Aug-1885 14-May-1970 Glinda, the Good Witch of the North
Berton Churchill
Actor
9-Dec-1876 10-Oct-1940 Heroes for Sale
Donald Crisp
Actor
27-Jul-1880 25-May-1974 Silent film actor, survived into talkies
Clark Gable
Actor
1-Feb-1901 16-Nov-1960 Gone With the Wind
Edmund Gwenn
Actor
26-Sep-1875 6-Sep-1959 Miracle on 34th Street
Montagu Love
Actor
15-Mar-1877 17-May-1943 British character actor
Myrna Loy
Actor
2-Aug-1905 14-Dec-1993 The Thin Man
Alan Marshal
Actor
29-Jan-1909 13-Jul-1961 Night Must Fall
Donald Meek
Actor
14-Jul-1878 18-Nov-1946 Scottish-American character actor
Edna May Oliver
Actor
9-Nov-1883 9-Nov-1942 Drums Along the Mohawk
George Zucco
Actor
11-Jan-1886 28-May-1960 Fog Island

CAST

Clark Gable   ...   Charles Stewart Parnell
Myrna Loy   ...   Katie
with
Edna May Oliver   ...   Aunt Ben
Edmund Gwenn   ...   Campbell
Alan Marshal   ...   Willie
Donald Crisp   ...   Davitt
Billie Burke   ...   Clara
Berton Churchill   ...   The O'Gorman Mahon
Donald Meek   ...   Murphy
Montagu Love   ...   William Ewart Gladstone
Byron Russell   ...   Healy
Brandon Tynan   ...   Redmond
Phyllis Coghlan   ...   Ellen
Neil Fitzgerald   ...   Pigott
George Zucco   ...   Sir Charles Russell

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