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Syncopation (22-May-1942)

Director: William Dieterle

Writers: Philip Yordan; Frank Cavett

From story: The Band Played On by Valentine Davies

Musical Director: Leith Stevens

Producer: William Dieterle

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
George Bancroft
Actor
30-Sep-1882 2-Oct-1956 Thunderbolt
Jackie Cooper
Actor
15-Sep-1922 3-May-2011 Jackie in Our Gang
Benny Goodman
Jazz Musician
30-May-1909 13-Jun-1986 Bespectacled jazz clarinetist
Bonita Granville
Actor
2-Feb-1923 11-Oct-1988 These Three
Harry James
Musician
15-Mar-1916 5-Jul-1983 Big Band-era bandleader
Frank Jenks
Actor
4-Nov-1902 13-May-1962 Vaudvillian, character actor
Gene Krupa
Drummer
15-Jan-1909 16-Oct-1973 Pioneering drummer
Adolphe Menjou
Actor
18-Feb-1890 29-Oct-1963 A Farewell to Arms

CAST

Adolphe Menjou   ...   George Latimer
Jackie Cooper   ...   Johnny
Bonita Granville   ...   Kit Latimer
George Bancroft   ...   Mr. Porter
Ted North   ...   Paul Porter
Hall Johnson Choir   ...   Themselves
The All-American Dance Band   ...   Themselves
with
Charlie Barnet   ...   Himself
Benny Goodman   ...   Himself
Harry James   ...   Himself
Jack Jenny   ...   Himself
Gene Krupa   ...   Himself
Alvino Rey   ...   Himself
Joe Venuti   ...   Himself
Todd Duncan   ...   Rex Tearbone
Connee Boswell   ...   Cafe Singer
Frank Jenks   ...   Smiley Jackson
Jessie Grayson   ...   Ella
Mona Barrie   ...   Lillian
Lindy Wade   ...   Paul Porter
Peggy McIntyre   ...   Kit Latimer

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