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Night Flight (6-Oct-1933)

Director: Clarence Brown

Writer: Oliver H. P. Garrett

From novel: Vol de nuit by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Musical Score by: Herbert Stothart

Producer: Clarence Brown

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Barrymore
Actor
15-Feb-1882 29-May-1942 Romeo and Juliet
Lionel Barrymore
Actor
28-Apr-1878 15-Nov-1954 Young Dr. Kildare
Dorothy Burgess
Actor
4-Mar-1907 20-Aug-1961 Hold Your Man
Frank Conroy
Actor
14-Oct-1890 24-Feb-1964 The Ox-Bow Incident
Clark Gable
Actor
1-Feb-1901 16-Nov-1960 Gone With the Wind
William Gargan
Actor
17-Jul-1905 17-Feb-1979 Martin Kane, Private Eye
C. Henry Gordon
Actor
17-Jun-1884 3-Dec-1940 Scarface
Helen Hayes
Actor
10-Oct-1900 17-Mar-1993 First Lady of the Theater
Myrna Loy
Actor
2-Aug-1905 14-Dec-1993 The Thin Man
Robert Montgomery
Actor
21-May-1904 27-Sep-1981 Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Irving Pichel
Film Director
24-Jun-1891 13-Jul-1954 Destination Moon

CAST

John Barrymore   ...   Riviere
Helen Hayes   ...   Simone Fabian
Clark Gable   ...   Jules Fabian
Lionel Barrymore   ...   Insp. Robineau
Myrna Loy   ...   Brazilian Pilot's Wife
Robert Montgomery   ...   Auguste Pellerin
William Gargan   ...   Brazilian Pilot
C. Henry Gordon   ...   Daudet
Leslie Fenton   ...   Radio Operator
Harry Beresford   ...   Roblet
Frank Conroy   ...   Radio Operator
Dorothy Burgess   ...   Pellerin's Girlfriend
Irving Pichel   ...   Dr. Decosta
Helen Jerome Eddy   ...   Mother
Buster Phelps   ...   Sickly Child
Ralf Harolde   ...   Pilot

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