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Millionaires in Prison (12-Jul-1940)

Director: Ray McCarey

Writers: Lynn Root; Frank Fenton; Martin Mooney

Musical Score by: Roy Webb

Producer: Howard Benedict

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Morgan Conway
Actor
16-Mar-1903 16-Nov-1981 Dick Tracy
Cliff Edwards
Musician
14-Jun-1895 17-Jul-1971 Ukulele Ike
Paul Guilfoyle
Actor
14-Jul-1902 27-Jun-1961 Winterset
Thurston Hall
Actor
10-May-1882 20-Feb-1958 Mr. Schuyler on Topper
Shemp Howard
Actor
4-Mar-1895 22-Nov-1955 Stooge who replaced Curly
Selmer Jackson
Actor
7-May-1888 30-Mar-1971 Character actor
Horace McMahon
Actor
17-May-1906 17-Aug-1971 Lt. Parker on Naked City
Lee Tracy
Actor
14-Apr-1898 18-Oct-1968 Crashing Hollywood
Raymond Walburn
Actor
9-Sep-1887 26-Jul-1969 Mr. Deeds Goes to Town

CAST

Lee Tracy   ...   Nick Burton
with
Linda Hayes   ...   Helen Hewitt
Raymond Walburn   ...   Bruce Vander
Morgan Conway   ...   James Brent
Truman Bradley   ...   Dr. William Collins
Virginia Vale   ...   May Thomas
Cliff Edwards   ...   Happy
Paul Guilfoyle   ...   Ox
Thurston Hall   ...   Harold Kellogg
Chester Clute   ...   Sidney Keats
Shemp Howard   ...   Professor
Horace McMahon   ...   "SOS" Schofield
Thomas E. Jackson   ...   Warden
Elliott Sullivan   ...   Brody
Selmer Jackson   ...   Dr. Harry Lindsay
Jack Arnold   ...   Windsor

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