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Look Who's Laughing (21-Nov-1941)

Director: Allan Dwan

Writers: James V. Kern; Dorothy Kingsley; Zeno Klinker; Leonard L. Levinson; Don Quinn

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Baldwin
Actor
2-Jan-1889 27-Jan-1977 The Best Years of Our Lives
Lucille Ball
Actor
6-Aug-1911 26-Apr-1989 I Love Lucy
Edgar Bergen
Actor
16-Feb-1903 30-Sep-1978 Radio's greatest ventriloquist
Spencer Charters
Actor
25-Mar-1875 25-Jan-1943 Character actor
George Cleveland
Actor
17-Sep-1885 15-Jul-1957 Gramps on Lassie
Charles Halton
Actor
16-Mar-1876 16-Apr-1959 Bespectacled character actor
Neil Hamilton
Actor
9-Sep-1899 24-Sep-1984 Commissioner Gordon on Batman
Jim Jordan
Actor
16-Nov-1896 1-Apr-1988 Fibber McGee
Marian Jordan
Actor
15-Apr-1898 7-Apr-1961 Molly of Fibber McGee and Molly
Harold Peary
Actor
25-Jul-1908 30-Mar-1985 Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve

CAST

Edgar Bergen   ...   Edgar Bergen
Charlie McCarthy   ...   Charlie McCarthy
Jim Jordan   ...   Fibber McGee
Marian Jordan   ...   Molly McGee
Lucille Ball   ...   Julie Patterson
Lee Bonnell   ...   Jerry Wood
Dorothy Lovett   ...   Marge
Harold Peary   ...   Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve
Isabel Randolph   ...   Mrs. Abigail Uppington
Walter Baldwin   ...   Bill
Neil Hamilton   ...   Hilary Horton
Charles Halton   ...   Sam Cudahy
Harlow Wilcox   ...   Mr. Collins
Spencer Charters   ...   Hotel Manager
Jed Prouty   ...   Mayor Duncan
George Cleveland   ...   Kelsey

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