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Beyond Tomorrow (26-Sep-1940)

Director: A. Edward Sutherland

Writers: Adele Comandini; Mildred Cram

Music by: Frank Tours

Producer: Lee Garmes

Keywords: Fantasy, Christmas

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William Bakewell
Actor
2-May-1908 15-Apr-1993 All Quiet on the Western Front
Harry Carey, Sr.
Actor
16-Jan-1878 21-Sep-1947 VP in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Richard Carlson
Actor
29-Apr-1912 24-Nov-1977 The Creature from the Black Lagoon
Maria Ouspenskaya
Actor
29-Jul-1876 3-Dec-1949 Waterloo Bridge
Jean Parker
Actor
11-Aug-1915 30-Nov-2005 Little Women
Rod La Rocque
Actor
20-Nov-1898 15-Oct-1969 Braveheart
C. Aubrey Smith
Actor
21-Jul-1863 20-Dec-1948 The Four Feathers
Helen Vinson
Actor
17-Sep-1907 7-Oct-1999 The Wedding Night
Charles Winninger
Actor
26-May-1884 27-Jan-1969 Show Boat

CAST

Featuring
Charles Winninger   ...   Michael O'Brien
Richard Carlson   ...   James Houston
Maria Ouspenskaya   ...   Mme. Tanya
Jean Parker   ...   Jean Lawrence
Helen Vinson   ...   Arlene Terry
C. Aubrey Smith   ...   Allan Chadwick
Harry Carey, Sr.   ...   George Melton
Alex Melesh   ...   Josef (Butler)
Rod La Rocque   ...   Phil Hubert
J. Anthony Hughes   ...   Officer Johnson
Robert Homans   ...   Sergeant
Virginia McMullen   ...   Secretary
James Bush   ...   Jace Taylor
William Bakewell   ...   David Chadwick

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