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Street Scene (26-Aug-1931)

Director: King Vidor

Writer: Elmer Rice

From a play by: Elmer Rice

Musical Direction by: Alfred Newman

Producer: Samuel Goldwyn

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Beulah Bondi
Actor
3-May-1888 1-Jan-1981 Make Way for Tomorrow
David Landau
Actor
9-Mar-1879 20-Sep-1935 Judge Priest
John Qualen
Actor
8-Dec-1899 12-Sep-1987 The Grapes of Wrath
Sylvia Sidney
Actor
8-Aug-1910 1-Jul-1999 Mama Carlson on WKRP

CAST

Sylvia Sidney   ...   Rose Maurrant
William Collier, Jr.   ...   Sam Kaplan
Estelle Taylor   ...   Anna Maurrant
Beulah Bondi   ...   Emma Jones
David Landau   ...   Frank Maurrant
Matt McHugh   ...   Vincent Jones
Russell Hopton   ...   Steve Sankey
Greta Grandstedt   ...   Mae Jones
Eleanor Wesselhoeft   ...   Greta Fiorentino
Allan Fox   ...   Dick McGann
Nora Cecil   ...   Alice Simpson
Margaret Robertson   ...   Supporting Cast
Walter James   ...   Marshal James Henry
Max Montor   ...   Abe Kaplan
Walter Miller   ...   Bert Easter
T. H. Manning   ...   George Jones
Conway Washburne   ...   Danny Buchanan
John Qualen   ...   Karl Olsen
Ann Kostant   ...   Shirley Kaplan
Adele Watson   ...   Olga Olsen
Lambert Rogers   ...   Willie Maurrant
George Humbert   ...   Filippo Fiorentino
Helen Lovett   ...   Laura Hildebrand
Richard Powell   ...   Officer Harry Murphy
Jane Mercer   ...   Supporting Cast
Monti Carter   ...   Supporting Cast
Harry Wallace   ...   Fred Cullen

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