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It's a Wonderful World (19-May-1939)

Director: W. S. Van Dyke

Writers: Ben Hecht; Herman J. Mankiewicz

Musical Score by: Edward Ward

Producer: Frank Davis

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sidney Blackmer
Actor
13-Jul-1895 5-Oct-1973 Played Theodore Roosevelt 12 times
Andy Clyde
Actor
25-Mar-1892 18-May-1967 Cully Wilson on Lassie
Claudette Colbert
Actor
13-Sep-1903 30-Jul-1996 It Happened One Night
Hans Conried
Actor
15-Apr-1917 5-Jan-1982 Character actor, 1930s to 1970s
Frances Drake
Actor
22-Oct-1912 18-Jan-2000 WWII pinup girl, also actress
Edgar Kennedy
Actor
26-Apr-1890 9-Nov-1948 Mad Wednesday
Guy Kibbee
Actor
6-Mar-1882 24-May-1956 Captain January
Nat Pendleton
Actor
9-Aug-1895 12-Oct-1967 At the Circus
Jimmy Stewart
Actor
20-May-1908 2-Jul-1997 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Grady Sutton
Actor
5-Apr-1906 17-Sep-1995 The Bank Dick
Ernest Truex
Actor
19-Sep-1889 26-Jun-1973 His Girl Friday

CAST

Claudette Colbert   ...   Edwina Corday
Jimmy Stewart   ...   Guy Johnson
with
Guy Kibbee   ...   Cap Streeter
Nat Pendleton   ...   Sgt. Koretz
Frances Drake   ...   Vivian Tarbel
Edgar Kennedy   ...   Lt. Miller
Ernest Truex   ...   Willie Heyward
Richard Carle   ...   Maj. Willoughby
Cecilia Callejo   ...   Dolores Gonzales
Sidney Blackmer   ...   Al Mallon
Andy Clyde   ...   Gimpy
Cliff Clark   ...   Capt. Haggerty
Cecil Cunningham   ...   Mme. Chambers
Leonard Kibrick   ...   Herman Plotka
Hans Conried   ...   Stage Manager
Grady Sutton   ...   Lupton Peabody

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