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Love, Honor and Behave (12-Mar-1938)

Director: Stanley Logan

Writers: Clements Ripley; Michel Jacoby; Robert Buckner; Lawrence Kimble

From short story by: Stephen Vincent Benét (short story, in the Saturday Evening Post)

Musical Director: Leo F. Forbstein

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dick Foran
Actor
18-Jun-1910 10-Aug-1979 The Petrified Forest
Margaret Irving
Actor
18-Jan-1898 5-Mar-1988 Animal Crackers
Priscilla Lane
Actor
12-Jun-1915 4-Apr-1995 Saboteur
John Litel
Actor
30-Dec-1892 3-Feb-1972 Two Dollar Bettor
Thomas Mitchell
Actor
11-Jul-1892 17-Dec-1962 Gerald O'Hara in Gone with the Wind
Dickie Moore
Actor
12-Sep-1925   The Little Rascals
Wayne Morris
Actor
17-Feb-1914 14-Sep-1959 Paths of Glory
Barbara O'Neil
Actor
17-Jul-1910 3-Sep-1980 Ellen O'Hara in Gone with the Wind
Minor Watson
Actor
22-Dec-1889 28-Jul-1965 Guadalcanal Diary

CAST

with
Wayne Morris   ...   Ted Painter
Priscilla Lane   ...   Barbara Blake
Dick Foran   ...   Pete Martin
Thomas Mitchell   ...   Dan Painter
Barbara O'Neil   ...   Sally Painter
John Litel   ...   Jim Blake
Mona Barrie   ...   Lisa Blake
Dickie Moore   ...   Ted (as a child)
Audrey Leonard   ...   Barbara (as a child)
and
Minor Watson   ...   Dr. MacConaghey
Donald Briggs   ...   Yale Tennis Coach
Margaret Irving   ...   Nan Bowleigh
Gregory Gaye   ...   Count Humbert
Crauford Kent   ...   Announcer

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