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Casanova Brown (23-Aug-1944)

Director: Sam Wood

Writer: Nunnally Johnson

From a play: Little Accident by Floyd Dell and Thomas Mitchell

Musical Score: Arthur Lange

Producer: Nunnally Johnson

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Irving Bacon
Actor
6-Sep-1893 5-Feb-1965 Mr. Beazley
Gary Cooper
Actor
7-May-1901 14-May-1961 High Noon
Isobel Elsom
Actor
16-Mar-1893 12-Jan-1981 Ladies in Retirement
Jill Esmond
Actor
26-Jan-1908 28-Jul-1990 The Skin Game
Halliwell Hobbes
Actor
16-Nov-1877 20-Feb-1962 British-American character actor
Anita Louise
Actor
9-Jan-1915 25-Apr-1970 The Little Princess
Frank Morgan
Actor
1-Jun-1890 18-Sep-1949 The Wizard of Oz
Dorothy Tree
Actor
21-May-1906 13-Feb-1992 City of Darkness
Mary Treen
Actor
27-Mar-1907 29-Jul-1989 It's A Wonderful Life
Teresa Wright
Actor
27-Oct-1918 6-Mar-2005 Shadow of a Doubt

CAST

Gary Cooper   ...   Casanova Brown
Teresa Wright   ...   Isabel Drury
with
Frank Morgan   ...   Mr. Ferris
Anita Louise   ...   Madge Ferris
Edmond Breon   ...   Mr. Drury
Patricia Collinge   ...   Mrs. Drury
Jill Esmond   ...   Dr. Zernerke
and
Mary Treen   ...   Monica
Emory Parnell   ...   Frank
Isobel Elsom   ...   Mrs. Ferris
Halliwell Hobbes   ...   Butler
Charles Cane   ...   Hicks
Larry Joe Olsen   ...   Junior
Irving Bacon   ...   Hotel Manager
Dorothy Tree   ...   Nurse Clark
Robert Emmett Keane   ...   Yokes

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