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I Dood It (Sep-1943)

Director: Vincente Minnelli

Writers: Sig Herzig; Fred Saidy

Musical Direction: Georgie Stoll

Producer: Jack Cummings

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jimmy Dorsey
Musician
29-Feb-1904 12-Jun-1957 Popular bandleader and swing musician
Marjorie Gateson
Actor
17-Jan-1891 17-Apr-1977 Goin' to Town
Thurston Hall
Actor
10-May-1882 20-Feb-1958 Mr. Schuyler on Topper
John Hodiak
Actor
14-Apr-1914 19-Oct-1955 Lifeboat
Lena Horne
Singer
30-Jun-1917 9-May-2010 Stormy Weather
Butterfly McQueen
Actor
7-Jan-1911 22-Dec-1995 Gone with the Wind
Helen O'Connell
Singer
23-May-1920 9-Sep-1993 Big Band singer, Green Eyes
Eleanor Powell
Dancer
21-Nov-1912 11-Feb-1982 Lady Be Good
Red Skelton
Comic
18-Jul-1913 17-Sep-1997 The Red Skelton Show
Andrew Tombes
Actor
29-Jun-1885 17-Mar-1976 Doubting Thomas

CAST

Red Skelton   ...   Joseph Rivington Renolds
Eleanor Powell   ...   Constance Shaw
With
Richard Ainley   ...   Larry West
Patricia Dane   ...   Suretta Brenton
Sam Levene   ...   Ed Jackson
Thurston Hall   ...   Kenneth Lawlor
Lena Horne   ...   Herself
Hazel Scott   ...   Herself
and
Jimmy Dorsey   ...   Himself
and His Orchestra   ...   Themselves
Helen O'Connell   ...   Herself
Bob Eberly   ...   Himself
John Hodiak   ...   Roy Hartwood
Butterfly McQueen   ...   Annette
Marjorie Gateson   ...   Mrs. Spelvin
Andrew Tombes   ...   Mr. Spelvin
Morris Ankrum   ...   Brinker
Charles Judels   ...   Stage Manager

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