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There Goes My Heart (27-Sep-1938)

Director: Norman Z. McLeod

Writers: Eddie Moran; Jack Jevne; Ed Sullivan

Musical Direction: Marvin Hatley

Producer: Milton H. Bren

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Armstrong
Actor
20-Nov-1890 20-Apr-1973 King Kong
Irving Bacon
Actor
6-Sep-1893 5-Feb-1965 Mr. Beazley
Virginia Bruce
Actor
29-Sep-1910 24-Feb-1982 The Invisible Woman
Nancy Carroll
Actor
19-Nov-1903 6-Aug-1965 The Devil's Holiday
Patsy Kelly
Actor
12-Jan-1910 24-Sep-1981 Freaky Friday
Arthur Lake
Actor
17-Apr-1905 9-Jan-1987 Dagwood Bumstead
J. Farrell MacDonald
Actor
14-Apr-1875 2-Aug-1952 My Darling Clementine
Fredric March
Actor
31-Aug-1897 14-Apr-1975 The Best Years of Our Lives
Alan Mowbray
Actor
18-Aug-1896 25-Mar-1969 Founding member, Screen Actors Guild
Eugene Pallette
Actor
8-Jul-1889 3-Sep-1954 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Irving Pichel
Film Director
24-Jun-1891 13-Jul-1954 Destination Moon

CAST

Fredric March   ...   Bill Spencer
Virginia Bruce   ...   Joan Butterfield
with
Patsy Kelly   ...   Peggy O'Brien
Alan Mowbray   ...   Pennypepper E. Pennypepper
Nancy Carroll   ...   Dorothy Moore
Eugene Pallette   ...   Mr. Stevens (Editor)
Claude Gillingwater   ...   Cyrus Butterfield
Arthur Lake   ...   Flash Fisher
Etienne Girardot   ...   Hinkley (Secretary)
Robert Armstrong   ...   Det. O'Brien
Irving Bacon   ...   Mr. Dobbs
Irving Pichel   ...   Mr. Gorman
Sid Saylor   ...   Robinson
J. Farrell MacDonald   ...   Officer

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