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Oklahoma! (11-Oct-1955)

Director: Fred Zinnemann

Writers: Sonya Levien; William Ludwig

From a play: Green Grow the Lilacs by Lynn Riggs, musical by Oscar Hammerstein II

Music by: Richard Rodgers; Oscar Hammerstein II

Producer: Arthur Hornblow, Jr.

Keywords: Musical

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eddie Albert
Actor
22-Apr-1906 26-May-2005 Oliver on Green Acres
Jay C. Flippen
Actor
6-Mar-1899 3-Feb-1971 The Killing
Gloria Grahame
Actor
28-Nov-1923 5-Oct-1981 The Bad and the Beautiful
Charlotte Greenwood
Actor
25-Jun-1890 28-Dec-1977 Aunt Eller in Oklahoma!
Shirley Jones
Actor
31-Mar-1934   Mom of The Partridge Family
Barbara Lawrence
Actor
24-Feb-1930 13-Nov-2013 A Letter to Three Wives
Gordon MacRae
Actor
12-Mar-1921 24-Jan-1986 Oklahoma
James Mitchell
Actor
29-Feb-1920 22-Jan-2010 All My Children
Gene Nelson
Actor
24-Mar-1920 16-Sep-1996 Oklahoma!
Rod Steiger
Actor
14-Apr-1925 9-Jul-2002 In The Heat of the Night
James Whitmore
Actor
1-Oct-1921 6-Feb-2009 Give 'em Hell, Harry!

CAST

Starring
Gordon MacRae   ...   Curly
Gloria Grahame   ...   Ado Annie
Gene Nelson   ...   Will Parker
Charlotte Greenwood   ...   Aunt Eller
Eddie Albert   ...   Ali Hakim
James Whitmore   ...   Mr. Carnes
and introducing
Shirley Jones   ...   Laurey
With
Rod Steiger   ...   Jud Fry
Barbara Lawrence   ...   Gertie
Jay C. Flippen   ...   Skidmore
Roy Barcroft   ...   Marshal
James Mitchell   ...   Dream Curly
Bambi Linn   ...   Dream Laurey
The Dancers
Jennie Workman   ...   Dancer
Virginia Bosler   ...   Dancer
Kelly Brown   ...   Dancer
Evelyn Taylor   ...   Dancer
Lizanne Truex   ...   Dancer
Jane Fischer   ...   Dancer
Marc Platt   ...   Dancer

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