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Road to Zanzibar (11-Apr-1941)

Director: Victor Schertzinger

Writers: Frank Butler; Don Hartman

From novel: Story Find Colonel Fawcett by Don Hartman and Sy Bartlett

Keywords: Musical Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Iris Adrian
Actor
29-May-1912 17-Sep-1994 Disney films
Luis Alberni
Actor
4-Oct-1886 23-Dec-1962 Spanish-American character actor
Eric Blore
Actor
23-Dec-1887 2-Mar-1959 Sullivan's Travels
Bing Crosby
Singer
3-May-1903 14-Oct-1977 White Christmas
Douglass Dumbrille
Actor
13-Oct-1889 2-Apr-1974 The Three Musketeers
Bob Hope
Comic
29-May-1903 27-Jul-2003 Centenarian comic
Dorothy Lamour
Actor
10-Dec-1914 22-Sep-1996 My Favorite Brunette
Joan Marsh
Actor
10-Jul-1913 10-Aug-2000 You're Telling Me!
Una Merkel
Actor
10-Dec-1903 2-Jan-1986 Summer and Smoke

CAST

Bing Crosby   ...   Chuck Reardon
Bob Hope   ...   Hubert Frazier ("Fearless")
Dorothy Lamour   ...   Donna Latour
Una Merkel   ...   Julia Quimby
Eric Blore   ...   Charles Kimble
Douglass Dumbrille   ...   Slave trader
Iris Adrian   ...   French woman in cafe
Lionel Royce   ...   Monsieur Lebec
Buck Woods   ...   Thonga
Leigh Whipper   ...   Scarface
Ernest Whitman   ...   Whiteface
Noble Johnson   ...   Chief
Joan Marsh   ...   Dimples (cannonball act)
Luis Alberni   ...   Booth proprietor
Robert Middlemass   ...   Police inspector

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