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National Velvet (14-Dec-1944)

Director: Clarence Brown

Writers: Theodore Reeves; Helen Deutsch

From novel: National Velvet by Enid Bagnold

Musical Score: Herbert Stothart

Producer: Pandro S. Berman

Keywords: Drama, Horse Racing

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Donald Crisp
Actor
27-Jul-1880 25-May-1974 Silent film actor, survived into talkies
Dennis Hoey
Actor
30-Mar-1893 25-Jul-1960 Inspector Lestrade
Jackie "Butch" Jenkins
Actor
29-Aug-1937 14-Aug-2001 MGM child star
Angela Lansbury
Actor
16-Oct-1925   Murder She Wrote
Reginald Owen
Actor
5-Aug-1887 5-Nov-1972 Prolific character actor
Anne Revere
Actor
25-Jun-1903 18-Dec-1990 National Velvet
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920   Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Elizabeth Taylor
Actor
27-Feb-1932 23-Mar-2011 Cleopatra
Arthur Treacher
Actor
23-Jul-1894 14-Dec-1975 The Merv Griffin Show
Norma Varden
Actor
20-Jan-1898 19-Jan-1989 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

CAST

Starring
Mickey Rooney   ...   Mi Taylor
With
Donald Crisp   ...   Mr. Brown
Elizabeth Taylor   ...   Velvet Brown
Anne Revere   ...   Mrs. Brown
Angela Lansbury   ...   Edwina Brown
Jackie "Butch" Jenkins   ...   Donald Brown
Arthur Treacher   ...   Race Patron
Juanita Quigley   ...   Malvolia Brown
Reginald Owen   ...   Farmer Ede
Norma Varden   ...   Miss Sims
Terry Kilburn   ...   Ted
Arthur Shields   ...   Mr. Hallam
Aubrey Mather   ...   Entry Official
Alec Craig   ...   Tim
Eugene Loring   ...   I. Taski
Dennis Hoey   ...   Mr. Greenford
Matthew Boulton   ...   Entry Official
Gerald Oliver Smith   ...   Photographer

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