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The Locket (20-Dec-1946)

Director: John Brahm

Writer: Sheridan Gibney

Music by: Roy Webb

Producer: Bert Granet

Keywords: Drama, Film Noir

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Brian Aherne
Actor
2-May-1902 10-Feb-1986 I Confess
Ricardo Cortez
Actor
19-Sep-1899 28-Apr-1977 The Torrent
Laraine Day
Actor
13-Oct-1920 10-Nov-2007 Foreign Correspondent
Reginald Denny
Actor
20-Nov-1891 16-Jun-1967 English actor and RC airplane popularizer
Queenie Leonard
Actor
7-Apr-1905 17-Jan-2002 Stage actress, Disney cartoon voice
Robert Mitchum
Actor
6-Aug-1917 1-Jul-1997 Cape Fear
Sharyn Moffett
Actor
12-Sep-1936   Child of Divorce
Gene Raymond
Actor
13-Aug-1908 2-May-1998 Red Dust
Henry Stephenson
Actor
16-Apr-1871 24-Apr-1956 The Prince and the Pauper
Nella Walker
Actor
6-Mar-1886 22-Mar-1971 Mack and Walker

CAST

Laraine Day   ...   Nancy
Brian Aherne   ...   Dr. Blair
Robert Mitchum   ...   Norman Clyde
Gene Raymond   ...   John Willis
With
Sharyn Moffett   ...   Nancy (Age 10)
Ricardo Cortez   ...   Mr. Bonner
Henry Stephenson   ...   Lord Wyndham
Katherine Emery   ...   Mrs. Willis
Reginald Denny   ...   Mr. Wendell
Fay Helm   ...   Mrs. Bonner
Helene Thimig   ...   Mrs. Monks
Nella Walker   ...   Mrs. Wendell
Queenie Leonard   ...   Woman Singer
Lilian Fontaine   ...   Lady Wyndham
Myrna Dell   ...   Thelma
Johnny Clark   ...   Donald

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