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Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (25-Mar-1948)

Director: H. C. Potter

Writers: Norman Panama; Melvin Frank

From novel: Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House by Eric Hodgins

Music by: Leigh Harline

Producers: Norman Panama; Melvin Frank

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lex Barker
Actor
8-May-1919 11-May-1973 The tenth to play Tarzan
Louise Beavers
Actor
8-Mar-1902 26-Oct-1962 She Done Him Wrong
Reginald Denny
Actor
20-Nov-1891 16-Jun-1967 English actor and RC airplane popularizer
Melvyn Douglas
Actor
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Cary Grant
Actor
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Myrna Loy
Actor
2-Aug-1905 14-Dec-1993 The Thin Man
Connie Marshall
Actor
28-Apr-1933 22-May-2001 Dragonwyck
Sharyn Moffett
Actor
12-Sep-1936   Child of Divorce
Nestor Paiva
Actor
30-Jun-1905 9-Sep-1966 Tarantula
Jason Robards, Sr.
Actor
31-Dec-1892 4-Apr-1963 Bedlam
Lurene Tuttle
Actor
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Ian Wolfe
Actor
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CAST

Cary Grant   ...   Jim Blandings
Myrna Loy   ...   Muriel Blandings
Melvyn Douglas   ...   Bill Cole
with
Reginald Denny   ...   Simms
Sharyn Moffett   ...   Joan Blandings
Connie Marshall   ...   Betsy Blandings
Louise Beavers   ...   Gussie
Ian Wolfe   ...   Smith
Harry Shannon   ...   Tesander
Tito Vuolo   ...   Mr. Zucca
Nestor Paiva   ...   Joe Appollonio
Jason Robards, Sr.   ...   John Retch
Lurene Tuttle   ...   Mary
Lex Barker   ...   Carpenter Foreman
Emory Parnell   ...   Mr. PeDelford

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