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Professional Soldier (27-Dec-1935)

Director: Tay Garnett

Writers: Gene Fowler; Howard Ellis Smith

From short story: Gentlemen, the King! by Damon Runyon

Musical Direction: Louis Silvers

Producer: Darryl F. Zanuck

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Freddie Bartholomew
Actor
28-Mar-1924 23-Jan-1992 Little Lord Fauntleroy
Constance Collier
Actor
22-Jan-1878 25-Apr-1955 Stage Door
Pedro de Cordoba
Actor
28-Sep-1881 16-Sep-1950 The Ghost Breakers
Dixie Dunbar
Actor
19-Jan-1919 29-Aug-1991 1930s actress
C. Henry Gordon
Actor
17-Jun-1884 3-Dec-1940 Scarface
Walter Kingsford
Actor
20-Sep-1881 7-Feb-1958 British-American character actor
Lester Matthews
Actor
6-Jun-1900 6-Jun-1975 The Raven
Victor McLaglen
Actor
11-Dec-1883 7-Nov-1959 The Informer
Gloria Stuart
Actor
4-Jul-1910 27-Sep-2010 Rose in Titanic
Michael Whalen
Actor
30-Jun-1902 14-Apr-1974 Wee Willie Winkie

CAST

Victor McLaglen   ...   Michael Donovan
Freddie Bartholomew   ...   Peter (the Little King)
with
Gloria Stuart   ...   Countess Sonia
Constance Collier   ...   Augusta
Michael Whalen   ...   George Foster
C. Henry Gordon   ...   Gino
Pedro de Cordoba   ...   Stefan Bernaldo
Lumsden Hare   ...   Valdis
Walter Kingsford   ...   Ledgard
Lester Matthews   ...   Prince Edric
Dixie Dunbar   ...   Entertainer
Rollo Lloyd   ...   Cabinet Member
Maurice Cass   ...   M. Le Noir
General Savitsky   ...   Mischa

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