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A Gentleman at Heart (16-Jan-1942)

Director: Ray McCarey

Writers: Lee Loeb; Harold Buchman

From novel: Masterpiece by Paul Hervey Fox

Musical Direction: Emil Newman

Producer: Walter Morosco

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Milton Berle
Comic
12-Jul-1908 27-Mar-2002 Mr. Television
Elisha Cook, Jr.
Actor
26-Dec-1903 18-May-1995 The Maltese Falcon
Jerome Cowan
Actor
6-Oct-1897 24-Jan-1972 Miracle on 34th Street
Richard Derr
Actor
15-Jun-1918 8-May-1992 When Worlds Collide
Rose Hobart
Actor
1-May-1906 29-Aug-2000 East of Borneo
Carole Landis
Actor
1-Jan-1919 5-Jul-1948 A Scandal in Paris
Charles Lane
Actor
26-Jan-1905 9-Jul-2007 Grumpy character actor
J. Carrol Naish
Actor
21-Jan-1896 24-Jan-1973 Sahara
Kane Richmond
Actor
23-Dec-1906 22-Mar-1973 American character actor
Cesar Romero
Actor
15-Feb-1907 1-Jan-1994 The Joker on Batman

CAST

Cesar Romero   ...   Tony Miller
Carole Landis   ...   Helen Mason
Milton Berle   ...   Lucky Cullen
with
J. Carrol Naish   ...   Gigi
Richard Derr   ...   Stewart Haines
Rose Hobart   ...   Claire Barrington
Jerome Cowan   ...   Finchley
Elisha Cook, Jr.   ...   Genius
Francis Pierlot   ...   Appleby
Chick Chandler   ...   Louie
Steven Geray   ...   Don Fernando
Matt McHugh   ...   Joe
Kane Richmond   ...   Steve
Syd Saylor   ...   Lighthouse
Charles Lane   ...   Holloway
William Halligan   ...   Higgins

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