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Banjo on My Knee (11-Dec-1936)

Director: John Cromwell

Writer: Nunnally Johnson

From novel by: Harry Hamilton

Music and Lyrics by: Jimmy McHugh; Harold Adamson

Keywords: Musical Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Brennan
Actor
25-Jul-1894 21-Sep-1974 Three Oscars for Best Supporting Actor
Walter Catlett
Actor
4-Feb-1889 14-Nov-1960 Bringing Up Baby
Spencer Charters
Actor
25-Mar-1875 25-Jan-1943 Character actor
Buddy Ebsen
Actor
2-Apr-1908 6-Jul-2003 Jed Clampett
Minna Gombell
Actor
28-May-1892 14-Apr-1973 Block-Heads
Victor Kilian
Actor
6-Mar-1891 11-Mar-1979 Raymond Larkin on Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
Tony Martin
Singer
25-Dec-1913 27-Jul-2012 There's No Tomorrow
Joel McCrea
Actor
5-Nov-1905 20-Oct-1990 Ride the High Country
Barbara Stanwyck
Actor
16-Jul-1907 20-Jan-1990 Double Indemnity
Helen Westley
Actor
28-Mar-1875 12-Dec-1942 Death Takes a Holiday

CAST

Barbara Stanwyck   ...   Pearl
Joel McCrea   ...   Ernie Holley
with
Walter Brennan   ...   Newt Holley
Buddy Ebsen   ...   Buddy
Helen Westley   ...   Grandma
Walter Catlett   ...   Warfield Scott
Tony Martin   ...   Chick Bean
Katherine DeMille   ...   Leota Long
Victor Kilian   ...   Slade
Minna Gombell   ...   Ruby
The Hall Johnson Choir   ...   Choir
Spencer Charters   ...   Judge Tope
George Humbert   ...   Jules
Hilda Vaughn   ...   Gurtha
Cecil Weston   ...   Hattie
Louis Mason   ...   Eph

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