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The Barretts of Wimpole Street (8-Sep-1934)

Director: Sidney Franklin

Writers: Ernest Vajda; Claudine West; Donald Ogden Stewart

From a play by: Rudolph Besier

Musical Score by: Herbert Stothart

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Leo G. Carroll
Actor
25-Oct-1892 16-Oct-1972 Waverly on The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Ralph Forbes
Actor
30-Sep-1896 31-Mar-1951 The Hound of the Baskervilles
Charles Laughton
Actor
1-Jul-1899 15-Dec-1962 Island of Lost Souls
Fredric March
Actor
31-Aug-1897 14-Apr-1975 The Best Years of Our Lives
Una O'Connor
Actor
23-Oct-1880 4-Feb-1959 Googly-eyed character actress
Maureen O'Sullivan
Actor
17-May-1911 28-Jun-1998 A Day at the Races
Norma Shearer
Actor
10-Aug-1902 12-Jun-1983 The Divorcee
Ian Wolfe
Actor
4-Nov-1896 23-Jan-1992 Bedlam

CAST

Norma Shearer   ...   Elizabeth Barrett
Fredric March   ...   Robert Browning
Charles Laughton   ...   Edward Moulton-Barrett
Maureen O'Sullivan   ...   Henrietta Barrett
Katharine Alexander   ...   Arabel Barrett
Ralph Forbes   ...   Capt. Surtees Cook
Marion Clayton   ...   Bella Hedley
Ian Wolfe   ...   Harry Bevan
Ferdinand Munier   ...   Dr. Chambers
Una O'Connor   ...   Wilson
Leo G. Carroll   ...   Dr. Ford-Waterlow
Vernon Downing   ...   Octavius Barrett
Neville Clark   ...   Charles Barrett
Matthew Smith   ...   George Barrett
Robert Carleton   ...   Alfred Barrett
Allan Conrad   ...   Henry Barrett
Peter Hobbes   ...   Septimus Barrett
Flush   ...   Himself

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