NNDB
This is a beta version of NNDB
Search: for
Cynthia (29-Aug-1947)

Director: Robert Z. Leonard

Writers: Harold Buchman; Charles Kaufman

From a play: The Rich Full Life by Viņa Delmar

Musical Score: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Edwin H. Knopf

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Morris Ankrum
Actor
27-Aug-1896 2-Sep-1964 Invaders from Mars
Mary Astor
Actor
3-May-1906 25-Sep-1987 The Maltese Falcon
Scotty Beckett
Actor
4-Oct-1929 10-May-1968 Child star train wreck
Spring Byington
Actor
17-Oct-1886 7-Sep-1971 You Can't Take it With You
Gene Lockhart
Actor
18-Jul-1891 31-Mar-1957 Algiers
Jimmy Lydon
Actor
30-May-1923   Andy Boone on So This Is Hollywood
George Murphy
Actor
4-Jul-1902 3-May-1992 Actor and US Senator from California
S. Z. Sakall
Actor
2-Feb-1884 12-Feb-1955 Casablanca
Elizabeth Taylor
Actor
27-Feb-1932 23-Mar-2011 Cleopatra
Will Wright
Actor
26-Mar-1894 19-Jun-1962 Character actor

CAST

Elizabeth Taylor   ...   Cynthia Bishop
George Murphy   ...   Larry Bishop
S. Z. Sakall   ...   Prof. Rosenkrantz
Mary Astor   ...   Louise Bishop
with
Gene Lockhart   ...   Dr. Fred I. Jannings
Spring Byington   ...   Carrie Jannings
James Lydon   ...   Ricky Latham
Scotty Beckett   ...   Will Parker
Carol Brannan   ...   Fredonia Jannings
Anna Q. Nilsson   ...   Miss Brady
Morris Ankrum   ...   Mr. Phillips
Kathleen Howard   ...   McQuillan
Shirley Johns   ...   Stella Regan
Barbara Challis   ...   Alice
Harlan Briggs   ...   J. M. Dingle
Will Wright   ...   Gus Wood

REVIEWS

Have you seen this film? We would love to see your review.
Submit your review for this film


Do you know something we don't?
Submit a correction or make a comment about this profile



Copyright ©2014 Soylent Communications


Bibliographies

NNDB has added thousands of bibliographies for people, organizations, schools, and general topics, listing more than 50,000 books and 120,000 other kinds of references. They may be accessed by the "Bibliography" tab at the top of most pages, or via the "Related Topics" box in the sidebar. Please feel free to suggest books that might be critical omissions.