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The Heavenly Body (29-Dec-1943)

Director: Alexander Hall

Writers: Michael Arlen; Harry Kurnitz; Walter Reisch; Jacques Thery

Musical Score: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Arthur Hornblow, Jr.

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Morris Ankrum
Actor
27-Aug-1896 2-Sep-1964 Invaders from Mars
Fay Bainter
Actor
7-Dec-1891 16-Apr-1968 Jezebel
Spring Byington
Actor
17-Oct-1886 7-Sep-1971 You Can't Take it With You
James Craig
Actor
4-Feb-1912 28-Jun-1985 Our Vines Have Tender Grapes
Connie Gilchrist
Actor
17-Jul-1895 3-Mar-1985 Character actress
Hedy Lamarr
Actor
9-Nov-1913 19-Jan-2000 Actress, invented frequency hopping
Henry O'Neill
Actor
10-Aug-1891 18-May-1961 Anchors Aweigh
William Powell
Actor
29-Jul-1892 5-Mar-1984 My Man Godfrey

CAST

William Powell   ...   William S. Whitley
Hedy Lamarr   ...   Vicky Whitley
With
James Craig   ...   Lloyd X. Hunter
Fay Bainter   ...   Margaret Sibyll
Henry O'Neill   ...   Prof. Stowe
Spring Byington   ...   Nancy Potter
Robert Sully   ...   Strand
Morris Ankrum   ...   Dr. Green
Franco Corsaro   ...   Sebatian Melas
Connie Gilchrist   ...   Beulah
Max Willenz   ...   Dr. Gurtchakoff
Alex Melesh   ...   Vladimir
Earl Schenck   ...   Forbes
Arthur Space   ...   Pierson
Helen Freeman   ...   Stella
Phyllis Kennedy   ...   Ethel
Marietta Canty   ...   Pearl

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