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Men of Boys Town (10-Apr-1941)

Director: Norman Taurog

Writer: James Kevin McGuinness

Musical Score: Herbert Stothart

Producer: John W. Considine, Jr.

Keywords: Drama

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lee J. Cobb
Actor
8-Dec-1911 11-Feb-1976 The Left Hand of God
Lloyd Corrigan
Actor
16-Oct-1900 5-Nov-1969 Arthur Manleder in Boston Blackie films
Darryl Hickman
Actor
28-Jul-1931   The Happy Years
Arthur Hohl
Actor
21-May-1889 10-Mar-1964 Character actor
Mary Nash
Actor
15-Aug-1884 3-Dec-1976 The Philadelphia Story
Henry O'Neill
Actor
10-Aug-1891 18-May-1961 Anchors Aweigh
Anne Revere
Actor
25-Jun-1903 18-Dec-1990 National Velvet
Addison Richards
Actor
20-Oct-1887 22-Mar-1964 American character actor
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920 6-Apr-2014 Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Spencer Tracy
Actor
5-Apr-1900 10-Jun-1967 Two consecutive Best Actor Oscars

CAST

Spencer Tracy   ...   Fr. Flanagan
Mickey Rooney   ...   Whitey Marsh
with
Bobs Watson   ...   Pee Wee
Larry Nunn   ...   Ted Martley
Darryl Hickman   ...   Flip
Henry O'Neill   ...   Mr. Maitland
Mary Nash   ...   Mrs. Maitland
Lee J. Cobb   ...   Dave Morris
Sidney Miller   ...   Mo Kahn
Addison Richards   ...   The Judge
Lloyd Corrigan   ...   Roger Gorton
George Lessey   ...   Bradford Stone
Robert Emmett Keane   ...   Burton
Arthur Hohl   ...   Guard
Ben Weldon   ...   Superintendent
Anne Revere   ...   Mrs. Fenely

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