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Dear Wife (15-Nov-1949)

Director: Richard Haydn

Writers: Arthur Sheekman; N. Richard Nash

Producer: Richard Maibaum

Keywords: Comedy

Sequel to Dear Ruth (1947).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward Arnold
Actor
18-Feb-1890 26-Apr-1956 You Can't Take It With You
Irving Bacon
Actor
6-Sep-1893 5-Feb-1965 Mr. Beazley
Don Beddoe
Actor
1-Jul-1903 19-Jan-1991 The Night of the Hunter
Joan Caulfield
Actor
1-Jun-1922 18-Jun-1991 Dear Ruth
Billy De Wolfe
Actor
18-Feb-1907 5-Mar-1974 The Doris Day Show
Mona Freeman
Actor
9-Jun-1926   Streets of Laredo
William Holden
Actor
17-Apr-1918 16-Nov-1981 Stalag 17
Gordon Jones
Actor
5-Apr-1911 20-Jun-1963 The Green Hornet
Arleen Whelan
Actor
1-Sep-1914 7-Apr-1993 Castle in the Desert
Harry von Zell
Actor
11-Jul-1906 21-Nov-1981 You're in the Navy Now

CAST

William Holden   ...   Bill Seacroft
Joan Caulfield   ...   Ruth Seacroft
Billy De Wolfe   ...   Albert Kummer
Mona Freeman   ...   Miriam Wilkins
Edward Arnold   ...   Judge Wilkins
With
Arleen Whelan   ...   Tommy Murphy
Mary Philips   ...   Mrs. Wilkins
Harry von Zell   ...   Jeff Cooper
Raymond Roe   ...   Ziggy
Elisabeth Fraser   ...   Kate Collins
Bill Murphy   ...   Dan Collins
Mary Field   ...   Mrs. Bixby
Irving Bacon   ...   Mike Man
Gordon Jones   ...   Taxi Cab Driver
Marietta Canty   ...   Dora
Don Beddoe   ...   Metcalfe
Stanley Stayle   ...   An Early Riser

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