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The Girl Downstairs (23-Dec-1938)

Director: Norman Taurog

Writers: Harold Goldman; Felix Jackson; Karl Noti

From short story: Sunday Romance by Sandor Hunyady

Musical Score by: Dr. William Axt

Producer: Harry Rapf

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

A playboy bachelor who wants to woo his boss's daughter dresses up as a chauffeur and pretends to like the maid. You can guess what happens.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Connolly
Actor
8-Apr-1887 28-May-1940 It Happened One Night
Robert Coote
Actor
4-Feb-1909 26-Nov-1982 My Fair Lady
Reginald Gardiner
Actor
27-Feb-1903 7-Jul-1980 English-American character actor
Billy Gilbert
Actor
12-Sep-1894 23-Sep-1971 Comic actor and vaudevillian
Rita Johnson
Actor
13-Aug-1913 31-Oct-1965 Here Comes Mr. Jordan
Reginald Owen
Actor
5-Aug-1887 5-Nov-1972 Prolific character actor
Franklin Pangborn
Actor
23-Jan-1888 20-Jul-1958 Character actor, 1920s to 1950s
Franchot Tone
Actor
27-Feb-1905 18-Sep-1968 Advise and Consent

CAST

Franciska Gaal   ...   Katerina Linz
Franchot Tone   ...   Paul Wagner
with
Walter Connolly   ...   Mr. Brown
Reginald Gardiner   ...   Willie
Rita Johnson   ...   Rosalind Brown
Reginald Owen   ...   Charlie
Franklin Pangborn   ...   Adolf Pumpfel
Robert Coote   ...   Karl
Barnett Parker   ...   The Butler
James B. Carson   ...   Rudolph
Billy Gilbert   ...   Garage Proprietor

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