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Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (29-Oct-1955)

Director: Richard Sale

Writers: Mary Loos; Richard Sale

From novel: But Gentlemen Marry Brunettes by Anita Loos

Incidental Music Composed and Conducted by: Robert Farnon

Producers: Richard Sale; Robert Waterfield

Keywords: Musical Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Scott Brady
Actor
13-Sep-1924 16-Apr-1985 Dancin' Kid in Johnny Guitar
Jeanne Crain
Actor
25-May-1925 14-Dec-2003 20th Century Fox studio actress
Eric Pohlmann
Actor
18-Jul-1913 25-Jul-1979 They Who Dare
Jane Russell
Actor
21-Jun-1921 28-Feb-2011 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Rudy Vallee
Actor
28-Jul-1901 3-Jul-1986 Singer, actor, bandleader
Gwen Verdon
Dancer
16-Jan-1925 18-Oct-2000 Damn Yankees
Alan Young
Actor
19-Nov-1919   Wilbur Post on Mister Ed

CAST

Jane Russell   ...   Bonnie Jones / Mimi Jones
Jeanne Crain   ...   Connie Jones / Mitzi Jones
Alan Young   ...   Charlie Biddle / Mrs. Biddle / Mr. Biddle, Sr.
Scott Brady   ...   David Action
Rudy Vallee   ...   Himself
with
Guy Middleton   ...   Earl of Wickenware
and
Eric Pohlmann   ...   M. Ballard
Robert Favart   ...   Hotel Manager
Guido Lorraine   ...   M. Marcel
Ferdy Mayne   ...   M. Dufond
Boyd Cabeen   ...   Pilot
Edward Tracy   ...   Chauffeur
Leonard Sachs   ...   M. Dufy
Gini Young   ...   Blonde
Carmen Nesbitt   ...   Blonde
Duncan Elliott   ...   Couturier
Michael Balfour   ...   Stage Doorman
Derek Sydney   ...   Stage Manager

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