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Behave Yourself! (Sep-1951)

Director: George Beck

Writers: George Beck; Frank Tarloff

Music by: Leigh Harline

Producers: Jerry Wald; Norman Krasna

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Glenn Anders
Actor
1-Sep-1889 26-Oct-1981 The Lady from Shanghai
Lon Chaney, Jr.
Actor
10-Feb-1906 12-Jul-1973 The Wolf Man
Hans Conried
Actor
15-Apr-1917 5-Jan-1982 Character actor, 1930s to 1970s
Elisha Cook, Jr.
Actor
26-Dec-1903 18-May-1995 The Maltese Falcon
Henry Corden
Actor
6-Jan-1920 19-May-2005 Hanna-Barbara voice actor
William Demarest
Actor
27-Feb-1892 28-Dec-1983 The Great McGinty
Farley Granger
Actor
1-Jul-1925 27-Mar-2011 Strangers on a Train
Allen Jenkins
Actor
9-Apr-1900 20-Jul-1974 American character actor
Marvin Kaplan
Actor
24-Jan-1927   Henry on Alice
Sheldon Leonard
Actor
22-Feb-1907 10-Jan-1997 Nick the Bartender
Francis L. Sullivan
Actor
6-Jan-1903 19-Nov-1956 Great Expectations
Shelley Winters
Actor
18-Aug-1920 14-Jan-2006 Method actress and camp queen

CAST

Farley Granger   ...   Bill Denny
Shelley Winters   ...   Kate
with
William Demarest   ...   Insp. O'Ryan
Francis L. Sullivan   ...   Fat Freddie
Margalo Gillmore   ...   Mother-in-Law
Lon Chaney, Jr.   ...   Moose
Hans Conried   ...   Gillie
Elisha Cook, Jr.   ...   Jonas
Glenn Anders   ...   Pete the Pusher
Allen Jenkins   ...   Deputy
Sheldon Leonard   ...   Shortwave Bert
Marvin Kaplan   ...   Max
and
Archie   ...   Himself

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