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Cinderella Jones (9-Mar-1946)

Director: Busby Berkeley

Writers: Charles Hoffman; Philip Wylie

Producer: Alex Gottlieb

Keywords: Musical Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Alda
Actor
26-Nov-1914 3-May-1986 Cloak and Dagger
Charles Arnt
Actor
20-Aug-1906 6-Aug-1990 Remember the Night
Julie Bishop
Actor
30-Aug-1914 30-Aug-2001 Northern Pursuit
Monte Blue
Actor
11-Jan-1887 18-Feb-1963 Orphans of the Storm
Hobart Cavanaugh
Actor
22-Sep-1886 27-Apr-1950 A Midsummer Night's Dream
Elisha Cook, Jr.
Actor
26-Dec-1903 18-May-1995 The Maltese Falcon
Charles Dingle
Actor
28-Dec-1887 19-Jan-1956 The Little Foxes
Ruth Donnelly
Actor
17-May-1896 17-Nov-1982 A Slight Case of Murder
Margaret Early
Actor
25-Dec-1919 29-Nov-2000 Strike Up the Band
Edward Everett Horton
Actor
18-Mar-1886 29-Sep-1970 Prolific 1930s comedic actor
Joan Leslie
Actor
26-Jan-1925   Yankee Doodle Dandy
Marion Martin
Actor
7-Jun-1908 13-Aug-1985 Boom Town
S. Z. Sakall
Actor
2-Feb-1884 12-Feb-1955 Casablanca

CAST

Joan Leslie   ...   Judy Jones
Robert Alda   ...   Tommy Coles
With
Julie Bishop   ...   Camille
William Prince   ...   Bart Williams
S. Z. Sakall   ...   Gabriel Popik
Edward Everett Horton   ...   Keating
Charles Dingle   ...   Minland
Ruth Donnelly   ...   Cora Elliot
Elisha Cook, Jr.   ...   Oliver S. Patch
Hobart Cavanaugh   ...   George

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