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The First Hundred Years (12-Mar-1938)

Director: Richard Thorpe

Writers: Melville Baker; Norman Krasna

Musical Score by: Dr. William Axt

Producer: Norman Krasna

Keywords: Comedy, Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Irving Bacon
Actor
6-Sep-1893 5-Feb-1965 Mr. Beazley
Binnie Barnes
Actor
25-May-1903 27-Jul-1998 The Private Life of Henry VIII
Lee Bowman
Actor
28-Dec-1914 25-Dec-1979 Smash-Up
Virginia Bruce
Actor
29-Sep-1910 24-Feb-1982 The Invisible Woman
E. E. Clive
Actor
28-Aug-1879 6-Jun-1940 Tenney in Bulldog Drummond
Harry Davenport
Actor
19-Jan-1866 9-Aug-1949 Gone with the Wind
Alan Dinehart
Actor
3-Oct-1889 17-Jul-1944 Born to Dance
Jonathan Hale
Actor
21-Mar-1891 28-Feb-1966 J. C. Dithers
Robert Montgomery
Actor
21-May-1904 27-Sep-1981 Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Nydia Westman
Actor
19-Feb-1902 23-May-1970 Mrs. Featherstone on Going My Way
Warren William
Actor
2-Dec-1894 24-Sep-1948 Imitation of Life

CAST

Robert Montgomery   ...   David Conway
Virginia Bruce   ...   Lynn Conway
with
Warren William   ...   Harry Borden
Binnie Barnes   ...   Claudia Weston
Alan Dinehart   ...   Samuel Z. Walker
Harry Davenport   ...   Uncle Dawson
Nydia Westman   ...   Midge
Donald Briggs   ...   William Regan
Jonathan Hale   ...   Judge Parker
E. E. Clive   ...   Chester Blascomb
Lee Bowman   ...   George Wallace
Torben Meyer   ...   Karl
Bodil Rosing   ...   Martha
Irving Bacon   ...   Wilkins

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