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Easy Money (20-Jan-1948)

Director: Bernard Knowles

Writers: Muriel Box; Sydney Box

From a play by: Arnold Ridley

Music Composed by: Temple Abady

Producer: A. Frank Bundy

Keywords: Drama, Gambling

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Petula Clark
15-Nov-1932   Goodbye, Mr. Chips
Marjorie Fielding
17-Feb-1892 28-Dec-1956 English stage actress
Greta Gynt
15-Nov-1916 2-Apr-2000 The Dark Eyes of London
Mervyn Johns
18-Feb-1899 6-Sep-1992 Dead of Night
Bill Owen
14-Mar-1914 12-Jul-1999 Last of the Summer Wine
Dennis Price
23-Jun-1915 6-Oct-1973 The World of Wooster
Guy Rolfe
27-Dec-1911 19-Oct-2003 Mr. Sardonicus
David Tomlinson
7-May-1917 24-Jun-2000 Mary Poppins
Jack Watling
13-Jan-1923 22-May-2001 We Dive at Dawn


The Stafford Story
Jack Warner   ...   Philip Stafford
Marjorie Fielding   ...   Ruth
Yvonne Owen   ...   Carol
Jack Watling   ...   Dennis
Petula Clark   ...   Jackie
Mabel Constanduros   ...   Grandma
David Tomlinson   ...   Martin
Maurice Denham   ...   Kirby
The Atkins Story
Mervyn Johns   ...   Atkins
Joan Young   ...   Agnes
Grey Blake   ...   Wilson
Gordon McLeod   ...   Cameron
Ernest Butcher   ...   Clerk
The Night Club Story
Greta Gynt   ...   Pat
Dennis Price   ...   Joe
Bill Owen   ...   Lee
Hugh Pryse   ...   Martin
Jack Raine   ...   Managing Director
Richard Molinas   ...   Johnny
The Teddy Ball Story
Edward Rigby   ...   Teddy
Guy Rolfe   ...   Archie
Raymond Lovell   ...   Conductor
Frank Cellier   ...   Manager


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