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There's Always Tomorrow (20-Jan-1956)

Director: Douglas Sirk

Writers: Bernard C. Schoenfeld; Ursula Parrott

Music: Herman Stein; Heinz Roemheld

Producer: Ross Hunter

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joan Bennett
Actor
27-Feb-1910 7-Dec-1990 Little Women
Patricia Crowley
Actor
17-Sep-1933   Please Don't Eat the Daisies
Jane Darwell
Actor
15-Oct-1879 13-Aug-1967 The bird woman in Mary Poppins
Fred MacMurray
Actor
30-Aug-1908 6-Nov-1991 The Absent-Minded Professor
Gigi Perreau
Actor
6-Feb-1941   Has Anybody Seen My Gal
William Reynolds
Actor
9-Dec-1931   The F.B.I.
Hal Smith
Actor
24-Aug-1916 28-Jan-1994 Prolific voice actor
Barbara Stanwyck
Actor
16-Jul-1907 20-Jan-1990 Double Indemnity

CAST

Barbara Stanwyck   ...   Norma
Fred MacMurray   ...   Clifford Groves
Joan Bennett   ...   Marion Groves
Co-Starring
William Reynolds   ...   Vinnie
Patricia Crowley   ...   Ann
Gigi Perreau   ...   Ellen
with
Jane Darwell   ...   Mrs. Rogers
Race Gentry   ...   Bob
Myrna Hansen   ...   Ruth
Judy Nugent   ...   Frankie
Paul Smith   ...   Bellboy
Helen Kleeb   ...   Miss Walker
Jane Howard   ...   Flower Girl
Frances Mercer   ...   Ruth Doran
Sheila Bromley   ...   Woman from Pasadena
Dorothy Bruce   ...   Sales Manager
Hermine Sterler   ...   Tourist's Wife
Fred Nurney   ...   Tourist
Hal Smith   ...   Bartender

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