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Arsène Lupin Returns (25-Feb-1938)

Director: George Fitzmaurice

Writers: James Kevin McGuinness; Howard Emmett Rogers; George Harmon Coxe

Musical Score by: Franz Waxman

Producer: John W. Considine, Jr.

Keywords: Mystery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Virginia Bruce
Actor
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E. E. Clive
Actor
28-Aug-1879 6-Jun-1940 Tenney in Bulldog Drummond
Melvyn Douglas
Actor
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Jonathan Hale
Actor
21-Mar-1891 28-Feb-1966 J. C. Dithers
John Halliday
Actor
14-Sep-1880 17-Oct-1947 The Philadelphia Story
Tully Marshall
Actor
13-Apr-1864 10-Mar-1943 The Covered Wagon
Nat Pendleton
Actor
9-Aug-1895 12-Oct-1967 At the Circus
Vladimir Sokoloff
Actor
26-Dec-1889 15-Feb-1962 For Whom the Bell Tolls
Warren William
Actor
2-Dec-1894 24-Sep-1948 Imitation of Life
Ian Wolfe
Actor
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Monty Woolley
Actor
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George Zucco
Actor
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CAST

with
Melvyn Douglas   ...   Rene Farrand -- Arsène Lupin
Virginia Bruce   ...   Lorraine de Grissac
Warren William   ...   Steve Emerson
John Halliday   ...   Count de Grissac
Nat Pendleton   ...   Joe Doyle
Monty Woolley   ...   Georges Bouchet
E. E. Clive   ...   Alf
George Zucco   ...   Prefect of Police
Rollo Lloyd   ...   Duval
Vladimir Sokoloff   ...   Ivan Pavloff
Ian Wolfe   ...   Le Marchand
Tully Marshall   ...   Monelle
Jonathan Hale   ...   FBI Special Agent

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