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Women Are Like That (23-Apr-1938)

Director: Stanley Logan

Writer: Horace Jackson

From story by: Albert H. Z. Carr (story, in the Saturday Evening Post

Musical Director: Leo F. Forbstein

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Georgia Caine
Actor
30-Oct-1876 4-Apr-1964 Broadway musical actress
Joyce Compton
Actor
27-Jan-1907 13-Oct-1997 Blonde character actress
Melville Cooper
Actor
15-Oct-1896 31-Mar-1973 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Ralph Forbes
Actor
30-Sep-1896 31-Mar-1951 The Hound of the Baskervilles
Kay Francis
Actor
13-Jan-1905 26-Aug-1968 Trouble in Paradise
Thurston Hall
Actor
10-May-1882 20-Feb-1958 Mr. Schuyler on Topper
Grant Mitchell
Actor
17-Jun-1874 1-May-1957 Father Is a Prince
Pat O'Brien
Actor
11-Nov-1899 15-Oct-1983 Angels with Dirty Faces
Gordon Oliver
Actor
27-Apr-1910 26-Jan-1995 The Spiral Staircase

CAST

Kay Francis   ...   Claire Landin
Pat O'Brien   ...   Bill Landin
with
Ralph Forbes   ...   Martin Brush
Melville Cooper   ...   Mainwaring
Thurston Hall   ...   Claudius King
Grant Mitchell   ...   Mr. Snell
Gordon Oliver   ...   Howard Johns
John Eldredge   ...   Charles Braden
Herbert Rawlinson   ...   Avery Flickner
Hugh O'Connell   ...   George Dunlap
Georgia Caine   ...   Mrs. Amelia Brush
Joyce Compton   ...   Miss Hall
Sarah Edwards   ...   Mrs. Snell
Josephine Whittell   ...   Miss Douglas
Loia Cheaney   ...   Miss Perkins
Edward Broadley   ...   Holliwell

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