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Little Men (29-Nov-1940)

Director: Norman Z. McLeod

Writers: Mark Kelly; Arthur Caesar

From novel: Little Men by Louisa May Alcott

Musical Director: Roy Webb

Producers: Gene Towne; Graham Baker

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
George Bancroft
30-Sep-1882 2-Oct-1956 Thunderbolt
William Demarest
27-Feb-1892 28-Dec-1983 The Great McGinty
Carl Esmond
14-Jun-1902 4-Dec-2004 Ministry of Fear
Kay Francis
13-Jan-1905 26-Aug-1968 Trouble in Paradise
Sterling Holloway
4-Jan-1905 22-Nov-1992 Voice of Winnie the Pooh
Jimmy Lydon
30-May-1923   Andy Boone on So This Is Hollywood
Jack Oakie
12-Nov-1903 23-Jan-1978 The Great Dictator
Lillian Randolph
14-Dec-1898 12-Sep-1980 Birdie on The Great Gildersleeve


Kay Francis   ...   Jo
Jack Oakie   ...   Willie
George Bancroft   ...   Maj. Burdle
Jimmy Lydon   ...   Dan
Ann Gillis   ...   Nan
Carl Esmond   ...   Professor
Richard Nichols   ...   Teddy
Elsie   ...   Buttercup
Casey Johnson   ...   Robby
Francesca Santoro   ...   Bess
Johnny Burke   ...   Silas
Lillian Randolph   ...   Asia
Sammy McKim   ...   Tommy
Edward Rice   ...   Demi
Anne Howard   ...   Daisy
Jimmy Zaner   ...   Jack
Bobbie Cooper   ...   Adolphus
Schuyler Standish   ...   Nat
Paul Matthews   ...   Stuffy
Tony Neil   ...   Ned
Fred Estes   ...   Emmett
Douglas Rucker   ...   Billy
Donald Rackerby   ...   Frank
William Demarest   ...   Constable
Sterling Holloway   ...   Reporter
Isabel Jewell   ...   Stella


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