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Key to the City (2-Feb-1950)

Director: George Sidney

Writers: Albert Beich; Robert Riley Crutcher

Musical Score: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Z. Wayne Griffin

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Clara Blandick
Actor
4-Jun-1880 15-Apr-1962 Auntie Em in The Wizard of Oz
Pamela Britton
Actor
19-Mar-1923 17-Jun-1974 Mrs. Brown on My Favorite Martian
Raymond Burr
Actor
21-May-1917 12-Sep-1993 Perry Mason
Bert Freed
Actor
3-Nov-1919 2-Aug-1994 Rufe Ryker on Shane
Clark Gable
Actor
1-Feb-1901 16-Nov-1960 Gone With the Wind
James Gleason
Actor
23-May-1882 12-Apr-1959 Here Comes Mr. Jordan
Marion Martin
Actor
7-Jun-1908 13-Aug-1985 Boom Town
Marilyn Maxwell
Actor
3-Aug-1921 20-Mar-1972 Stand by for Action
Frank Morgan
Actor
1-Jun-1890 18-Sep-1949 The Wizard of Oz
Lewis Stone
Actor
15-Nov-1879 12-Sep-1953 Judge James Hardy
Raymond Walburn
Actor
9-Sep-1887 26-Jul-1969 Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
Loretta Young
Actor
6-Jan-1913 12-Aug-2000 Platinum Blonde

CAST

Clark Gable   ...   Steve Fisk
Loretta Young   ...   Clarissa Standish
Frank Morgan   ...   Duggan
Marilyn Maxwell   ...   Sheila
Raymond Burr   ...   Les Taggart
James Gleason   ...   Sgt. Hogan
Lewis Stone   ...   Judge Silas Standish
Raymond Walburn   ...   Mayor Billy Butler
Pamela Britton   ...   Miss Unconscious
Zamah Cunningham   ...   Mrs. Butler
Clinton Sundberg   ...   Clerk
Marion Martin   ...   Emmy
Bert Freed   ...   Emmy's Husband
Emory Parnell   ...   Council Chairman
Clara Blandick   ...   Liza

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