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Lady with Red Hair (30-Nov-1940)

Director: Curtis Bernhardt

Writers: Charles Kenyon; Milton Krims

From story: Portrait of a Lady with Red Hair by N. Brewster Morse and Norbert Faulkner

Based on a book: Portrait of a Lady with Red Hair by Mrs. Leslie Carter (memoir)

Music by: Heinz Roemheld

Keywords: Drama, Biography

Chicago socialite Mrs. Leslie Carter undergoes an ugly divorce; with her prospects poor and unable to find employment, producer David Belasco transforms her into a stage star of international renown. Well-acted though tending to the melodramatic. Based on a memoir published 1927 in Liberty magazine.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Miriam Hopkins
Actor
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Selmer Jackson
Actor
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Victor Jory
Actor
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Cecil Kellaway
Actor
22-Aug-1893 28-Feb-1973 Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Fritz Leiber
Actor
31-Jan-1882 14-Oct-1949 Shakespearean actor
John Litel
Actor
30-Dec-1892 3-Feb-1972 Two Dollar Bettor
Claude Rains
Actor
10-Nov-1889 30-May-1967 The Invisible Man
Helen Westley
Actor
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CAST

Starring
Miriam Hopkins   ...   Caroline Carter
with
Claude Rains   ...   David Belasco
Richard Ainley   ...   Lou Payne
Laura Hope Crews   ...   Mrs. Dudley
Helen Westley   ...   Mrs. Frazier
John Litel   ...   Charles Bryant
Mona Barrie   ...   Mrs. Brooks
Victor Jory   ...   Mr. Clifton
Cecil Kellaway   ...   Mr. Chapman
Fritz Leiber   ...   Mr. Foster
Johnnie Russell   ...   Dudley Carter
Selmer Jackson   ...   Henry DeMille

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