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Young Dr. Kildare (14-Oct-1938)

Director: Harold S. Bucquet

Writers: Max Brand; Willis Goldbeck; Harry Ruskin

Musical Score by: David Snell

Keywords: Drama, Dr. Kildare

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lew Ayres
Actor
28-Dec-1908 30-Dec-1996 All Quiet on the Western Front
Lionel Barrymore
Actor
28-Apr-1878 15-Nov-1954 Young Dr. Kildare
Lynne Carver
Actor
13-Sep-1909 12-Aug-1955 American character actress
Emma Dunn
Actor
26-Feb-1874 14-Dec-1966 The Talk of the Town
Samuel S. Hinds
Actor
4-Apr-1875 13-Oct-1948 It's a Wonderful Life
Walter Kingsford
Actor
20-Sep-1881 7-Feb-1958 British-American character actor
Nat Pendleton
Actor
9-Aug-1895 12-Oct-1967 At the Circus
Nella Walker
Actor
6-Mar-1886 22-Mar-1971 Mack and Walker
Pierre Watkin
Actor
29-Dec-1887 3-Feb-1960 Adventures of Superman
Monty Woolley
Actor
17-Aug-1888 6-May-1963 The Man Who Came to Dinner

CAST

With
Lionel Barrymore   ...   Dr. Leonard Gillespie
Lew Ayres   ...   Dr. James Kildare
Lynne Carver   ...   Alice Raymond
Nat Pendleton   ...   Wayman
Jo Ann Sayers   ...   Barbara Chanler
Samuel S. Hinds   ...   Dr. Steve Kildare
Emma Dunn   ...   Martha Kildare
Walter Kingsford   ...   Dr. Walter Carew
Truman Bradley   ...   John Hamilton
Monty Woolley   ...   Dr. Lane-Porteus
Pierre Watkin   ...   Mr. Chanler
Nella Walker   ...   Mrs. Chanler

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