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Our Town (24-May-1940)

Director: Sam Wood

Writers: Thornton Wilder; Frank Craven; Harry Chandlee

From a play: Our Town by Thornton Wilder

Music by: Aaron Copland

Producer: Sol Lesser

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Fay Bainter
Actor
7-Dec-1891 16-Apr-1968 Jezebel
Beulah Bondi
Actor
3-May-1888 1-Jan-1981 Make Way for Tomorrow
Spencer Charters
Actor
25-Mar-1875 25-Jan-1943 Character actor
Stuart Erwin
Actor
14-Feb-1903 21-Dec-1967 The Stu Erwin Show
William Holden
Actor
17-Apr-1918 16-Nov-1981 Stalag 17
Guy Kibbee
Actor
6-Mar-1882 24-May-1956 Captain January
Thomas Mitchell
Actor
11-Jul-1892 17-Dec-1962 Gerald O'Hara in Gone with the Wind
Martha Scott
Actor
22-Sep-1912 28-May-2003 Our Town
Charles Trowbridge
Actor
10-Jan-1882 30-Oct-1967 The Great Lie

CAST

Starring
William Holden   ...   George Gibbs
Martha Scott   ...   Emily Webb
with
Fay Bainter   ...   Mrs. Gibbs
Beulah Bondi   ...   Mrs. Webb
Thomas Mitchell   ...   Dr. Gibbs
Guy Kibbee   ...   Mr. Webb
Stuart Erwin   ...   Howie Newsome
and
Frank Craven   ...   Mr. Morgan
Doro Merande   ...   Mrs. Soames
Philip Wood   ...   Simon Stimson
Ruth Toby   ...   Rebecca Gibbs
Douglas Gardner   ...   Wally Webb
Arthur Allen   ...   Prof. Willard
Charles Trowbridge   ...   Dr. Ferguson
Spencer Charters   ...   Constable Warren
Dix Davis   ...   Joe Crowell
Tim Davis   ...   Si Crowell

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