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The Secret Garden (30-Apr-1949)

Director: Fred M. Wilcox

Writer: Robert Ardrey

From novel: The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Musical Score: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Clarence Brown

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gladys Cooper
Actor
18-Dec-1888 17-Nov-1971 My Fair Lady
Isobel Elsom
Actor
16-Mar-1893 12-Jan-1981 Ladies in Retirement
Lowell Gilmore
Actor
20-Dec-1906 31-Jan-1960 King Solomon's Mines
Dennis Hoey
Actor
30-Mar-1893 25-Jul-1960 Inspector Lestrade
Elsa Lanchester
Actor
28-Oct-1902 26-Dec-1986 Bride of Frankenstein
Herbert Marshall
Actor
23-May-1890 22-Jan-1966 Foreign Correspondent
Margaret O'Brien
Actor
15-Jan-1937   Meet Me in St. Louis
Reginald Owen
Actor
5-Aug-1887 5-Nov-1972 Prolific character actor
Dean Stockwell
Actor
5-Mar-1936   Blue Velvet
Norma Varden
Actor
20-Jan-1898 19-Jan-1989 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
George Zucco
Actor
11-Jan-1886 28-May-1960 Fog Island

CAST

Starring
Margaret O'Brien   ...   Mary Lennox
Herbert Marshall   ...   Archibald Craven
Dean Stockwell   ...   Colin Craven
with
Gladys Cooper   ...   Mrs. Medlock
Elsa Lanchester   ...   Martha
Brian Roper   ...   Dickon
Reginald Owen   ...   Ben Weatherstaff
Aubrey Mather   ...   Dr. Griddlestone
George Zucco   ...   Dr. Fortescue
Lowell Gilmore   ...   British Officer
Dennis Hoey   ...   Mr. Pitcher
Billy Bevan   ...   Barney
Matthew Boulton   ...   Mr. Bromley
Isobel Elsom   ...   Governess
Norma Varden   ...   Nurse

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