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Du Barry Was a Lady (13-Aug-1943)

Director: Roy Del Ruth

Writers: Irving Brecher; Nancy Hamilton; Wilkie Mahoney

From a play by: Herbert Fields; Buddy G. DeSylva

Music and Lyrics by: Cole Porter

Producer: Arthur Freed

Keywords: Musical

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lucille Ball
Actor
6-Aug-1911 26-Apr-1989 I Love Lucy
Louise Beavers
Actor
8-Mar-1902 26-Oct-1962 She Done Him Wrong
Tommy Dorsey
Musician
19-Nov-1905 26-Nov-1956 Popular bandleader
Douglass Dumbrille
Actor
13-Oct-1889 2-Apr-1974 The Three Musketeers
George Givot
Actor
18-Feb-1903 7-Jun-1984 Greek Ambassador of Good Will
Gene Kelly
Actor
23-Aug-1912 2-Feb-1996 Singin' in the Rain
Donald Meek
Actor
14-Jul-1878 18-Nov-1946 Scottish-American character actor
Zero Mostel
Actor
28-Feb-1915 8-Sep-1977 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Virginia O'Brien
Actor
18-Apr-1919 16-Jan-2001 The Big Store
Rags Ragland
Actor
23-Aug-1905 20-Aug-1946 Panama Hattie
Red Skelton
Comic
18-Jul-1913 17-Sep-1997 The Red Skelton Show

CAST

Starring
Red Skelton   ...   Louis Blore / King Louis
Lucille Ball   ...   May Daly / Mme. Du Barry
Gene Kelly   ...   Alec Howe / Black Arrow
with
Virginia O'Brien   ...   Ginny
Rags Ragland   ...   Charlie / Dauphin
Zero Mostel   ...   Rami, the Swami / Taliostra
Tommy Dorsey   ...   Himself
and His Orchestra   ...   Themselves
Donald Meek   ...   Mr. Jones / Duc de Choiseul
Douglass Dumbrille   ...   Willie / Duc de Rigor
George Givot   ...   Cheezy / Count de Roquefort
Louise Beavers   ...   Niagara

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