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Nancy Goes to Rio (10-Mar-1950)

Director: Robert Z. Leonard

Writers: Ralph Block; Jane Hall; Frederick Kohner; Sidney Sheldon

Producer: Joe Pasternak

Keywords: Musical, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Glenn Anders
Actor
1-Sep-1889 26-Oct-1981 The Lady from Shanghai
Scotty Beckett
Actor
4-Oct-1929 10-May-1968 Child star train wreck
Fortunio Bonanova
Singer
13-Jan-1895 2-Apr-1969 Citizen Kane
Louis Calhern
Actor
19-Feb-1895 12-May-1956 Duck Soup
Hans Conried
Actor
15-Apr-1917 5-Jan-1982 Character actor, 1930s to 1970s
Frank Fontaine
Actor
19-Apr-1920 4-Aug-1978 Crazy Guggenheim
Carmen Miranda
Dancer
9-Feb-1909 5-Aug-1955 The lady in the tutti-frutti hat
Jane Powell
Actor
1-Apr-1929   Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Ann Sothern
Actor
22-Jan-1909 15-Mar-2001 Private Secretary
Barry Sullivan
Actor
29-Aug-1912 6-Jun-1994 The Bad and the Beautiful
Nella Walker
Actor
6-Mar-1886 22-Mar-1971 Mack and Walker

CAST

Starring
Ann Sothern   ...   Frances Elliott
Jane Powell   ...   Nancy Barklay
With
Barry Sullivan   ...   Paul Berten
Carmen Miranda   ...   Marina Rodrigues
Louis Calhern   ...   Gregory Elliott
Scotty Beckett   ...   Scotty Sheldan
Fortunio Bonanova   ...   Ricardo Domingos
Glenn Anders   ...   Arthur Barrett
Frank Fontaine   ...   Masher
Nella Walker   ...   Mrs. Harrison
Hans Conried   ...   Alfredo
Miss Miranda Accompanied by
Bando da Lua   ...   Themselves

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