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A Foreign Affair (7-Jul-1948)

Director: Billy Wilder

Writers: Charles Brackett; Richard L. Breen; Robert Harari; David Shaw; Billy Wilder

Songs, Music, Lyrics, and Score by: Frederick Hollander

Producer: Charles Brackett

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jean Arthur
Actor
17-Oct-1900 19-Jun-1991 Only Angels Have Wings
Marlene Dietrich
Actor
27-Dec-1901 6-May-1992 The Blue Angel
Frank Fenton
Actor
9-Apr-1906 24-Jul-1957 Isle of Forgotten Sins
Gordon Jones
Actor
5-Apr-1911 20-Jun-1963 The Green Hornet
John Lund
Actor
6-Feb-1913 10-May-1992 My Friend Irma
Millard Mitchell
Actor
14-Aug-1903 13-Oct-1953 My Six Convicts

CAST

Jean Arthur   ...   Phoebe Frost
Marlene Dietrich   ...   Erika Von Schluetow
John Lund   ...   Capt. John Pringle
with
Millard Mitchell   ...   Col. Rufus J. Plummer
Peter Von Zerneck   ...   Hans Otto Birgel
Stanley Prager   ...   Mike
Bill Murphy   ...   Joe
Gordon Jones   ...   MP
Freddie Steele   ...   MP
Raymond Bond   ...   Pennecot
Boyd Davis   ...   Giffin
Robert Malcolm   ...   Kramer
Charles Meredith   ...   Yandell
Michael Raffetto   ...   Salvatore
James Larmore   ...   Lt. Hornby
Damian O'Flynn   ...   Lt. Colonel
Frank Fenton   ...   Maj. Mathews
Harland Tucker   ...   Gen. McAndrew
William Neff   ...   Lt. Lee Thompson
George Carleton   ...   Gen. Finney

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