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The Mating Season (12-Jan-1951)

Director: Mitchell Leisen

Writers: Charles Brackett; Walter Reisch; Richard Breen

From a play: Maggie by Caesar Dunn

Music Score by: Joseph J. Lilley

Producer: Charles Brackett

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Billie Bird
Actor
28-Feb-1908 27-Nov-2002 The Odd Couple
Ellen Corby
Actor
3-Jun-1911 14-Apr-1999 Grandma on The Waltons
Miriam Hopkins
Actor
18-Oct-1902 9-Oct-1972 The Story of Temple Drake
Gladys Hurlbut
Actor
9-Dec-1898 25-Jan-1988 The Long, Long Trailer
Larry Keating
Actor
13-Jun-1896 26-Aug-1963 Roger Addison on Mister Ed
John Lund
Actor
6-Feb-1913 10-May-1992 My Friend Irma
Thelma Ritter
Actor
14-Feb-1905 4-Feb-1969 Stella in Rear Window
Jan Sterling
Actor
3-Apr-1921 26-Mar-2004 Ace in the Hole
Gene Tierney
Actor
19-Nov-1920 6-Nov-1991 Laura
Cora Witherspoon
Actor
5-Jan-1890 17-Nov-1957 The Bank Dick

CAST

Gene Tierney   ...   Maggie Carleton
John Lund   ...   Val McNulty
with
Miriam Hopkins   ...   Fran Carleton
Thelma Ritter   ...   Ellen McNulty
Jan Sterling   ...   Betsy
Larry Keating   ...   Mr. Kalinger, Sr.
James Lorimer   ...   Geo. C. Kalenger, Jr.
Gladys Hurlbut   ...   Mrs. Conger
Cora Witherspoon   ...   Mrs. Williamson
Malcolm Keen   ...   Mr. Williamson
Ellen Corby   ...   Annie
Billie Bird   ...   Mugsy
Mary Young   ...   Spinster
Samuel Colt   ...   Col. Conger
Grayce Hampton   ...   Mrs. Fahnstock
William Welsh   ...   Mr. Paget
William Fawcett   ...   Mr. Tuttle
Carol Coombs   ...   Susie

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