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Broadway Rhythm (19-Jan-1944)

Director: Roy Del Ruth

Writers: Dorothy Kingsley; Harry Clork; Jack McGowan

From a play: Very Warm For May by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II

Producer: Jack Cummings

Keywords: Drama, New York, Broadway

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eddie Anderson
Actor
18-Sep-1905 28-Feb-1977 Rochester on The Jack Benny Show
Sidney Blackmer
Actor
13-Jul-1895 5-Oct-1973 Played Theodore Roosevelt 12 times
Ben Blue
Actor
12-Sep-1901 7-Mar-1975 The Big Broadcast of 1938
Gloria DeHaven
Actor
23-Jul-1925   Summer Holiday
Tommy Dorsey
Musician
19-Nov-1905 26-Nov-1956 Popular bandleader
Lena Horne
Singer
30-Jun-1917 9-May-2010 Stormy Weather
George Murphy
Actor
4-Jul-1902 3-May-1992 Actor and US Senator from California
Nancy Walker
Actor
10-May-1922 25-Mar-1992 Rhoda's mother
Charles Winninger
Actor
26-May-1884 27-Jan-1969 Show Boat

CAST

Starring
George Murphy   ...   Johnny Demming
Ginny Simms   ...   Helen Hoyt
With
Charles Winninger   ...   Sam Demming
Gloria DeHaven   ...   Patsy Demming
Nancy Walker   ...   Trixie Simpson
Ben Blue   ...   Felix Gross
Lena Horne   ...   Fernway de la Fer
Eddie Anderson   ...   Eddie
Tommy Dorsey   ...   Himself
and His Orchestra   ...   Themselves
and
Hazel Scott   ...   Herself
Kenny Bowers   ...   Ray Kent
The Ross Sisters   ...   Maggie, Aggie, and Elmira
Dean Murphy   ...   Hired Man
Louis Mason   ...   Farmer
Bunny Waters   ...   Bunnie
Walter B. Long   ...   Doug Kelly

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