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Dodsworth (23-Sep-1936)

Director: William Wyler

Writer: Sidney Howard

From novel: Dodsworth by Sinclair Lewis

Producer: Samuel Goldwyn

Keywords: Romantic Drama

A wealthy but provincial automobile manufacturer and his wife embark on a grand tour of Europe; he is weary from a life of work and embraces an upcoming life of quiet retirement, but she develops a taste for the café society. Won an Oscar for Best Art Direction; received additional nominations for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Sound Recording.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Astor
3-May-1906 25-Sep-1987 The Maltese Falcon
Spring Byington
17-Oct-1886 7-Sep-1971 You Can't Take it With You
Ruth Chatterton
24-Dec-1893 24-Nov-1961 Madame X
Walter Huston
6-Apr-1884 7-Apr-1950 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Paul Lukas
26-May-1887 15-Aug-1971 Watch on the Rhine
Odette Myrtil
28-Jun-1898 18-Nov-1978 Out of the Fog
David Niven
1-Mar-1909 29-Jul-1983 Pencil-moustachioed actor
Maria Ouspenskaya
29-Jul-1876 3-Dec-1949 Waterloo Bridge
John Payne
23-May-1912 6-Dec-1989 Kansas City Confidential


Walter Huston   ...   Sam Dodsworth
Ruth Chatterton   ...   Fran Dodsworth
Paul Lukas   ...   Arnold Iselin
Mary Astor   ...   Edith Cortright
David Niven   ...   Capt. Lockert
Gregory Gaye   ...   Kurt Von Obersdorf
Maria Ouspenskaya   ...   Baroness Von Obersdorf
Odette Myrtil   ...   Renée De Penable
Spring Byington   ...   Matey Pearson
Harlan Briggs   ...   Tubby Pearson
Kathryn Marlowe   ...   Emily
John Payne   ...   Harry


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