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Second Fiddle (30-Jun-1939)

Director: Sidney Lanfield

Writers: Harry Tugend; George Bradshaw

Lyrics and Music by: Irving Berlin

Keywords: Musical Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Irving Bacon
Actor
6-Sep-1893 5-Feb-1965 Mr. Beazley
George Chandler
Actor
30-Jun-1898 10-Jun-1985 Uncle Petrie on Lassie
Spencer Charters
Actor
25-Mar-1875 25-Jan-1943 Character actor
Alan Dinehart
Actor
3-Oct-1889 17-Jul-1944 Born to Dance
Minna Gombell
Actor
28-May-1892 14-Apr-1973 Block-Heads
Sonja Henie
Figure Skating
8-Apr-1912 12-Oct-1969 Norwegian figure skater
Charles Lane
Actor
26-Jan-1905 9-Jul-2007 Grumpy character actor
Edna May Oliver
Actor
9-Nov-1883 9-Nov-1942 Drums Along the Mohawk
Tyrone Power
Actor
5-May-1913 15-Nov-1958 Witness for the Prosecution
Lyle Talbot
Actor
8-Feb-1902 2-Mar-1996 The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet
Rudy Vallee
Actor
28-Jul-1901 3-Jul-1986 Singer, actor, bandleader

CAST

Sonja Henie   ...   Trudi Hovland
Tyrone Power   ...   Jimmy Sutton
with
Rudy Vallee   ...   Roger Maxwell
Edna May Oliver   ...   Aunt Phoebe
Mary Healy   ...   Jean Varick
Lyle Talbot   ...   Willie Hogger
Alan Dinehart   ...   George "Whit" Whitney
Minna Gombell   ...   Jenny
Stewart Reburn   ...   Skating Partner
Spencer Charters   ...   Joe Clayton
Charles Lane   ...   Voice of Chief
The Brian Sisters   ...   Specialty
John Hiestand   ...   Announcer
George Chandler   ...   Taxi Driver
Irving Bacon   ...   Justice of the Peace
Maurice Cass   ...   Justice of the Peace

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