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Reckless (17-Apr-1935)

Director: Victor Fleming

Writers: David O. Selznick (as "Oliver Jeffries"); P. J. Wolfson

Producer: David O. Selznick

Keywords: Musical, Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Leon Ames
Actor
20-Jan-1902 12-Oct-1993 Character actor, a SAG founder
Jean Harlow
Actor
3-Mar-1911 7-Jun-1937 Bombshell
Ted Healy
Actor
1-Oct-1896 21-Dec-1937 Creator of The Three Stooges
Allan Jones
Actor
14-Oct-1907 27-Jun-1992 Show Boat
Nat Pendleton
Actor
9-Aug-1895 12-Oct-1967 At the Circus
William Powell
Actor
29-Jul-1892 5-Mar-1984 My Man Godfrey
May Robson
Actor
19-Apr-1858 20-Oct-1942 Lady for a Day
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920   Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Rosalind Russell
Actor
4-Jun-1907 28-Nov-1976 Auntie Mame
Henry Stephenson
Actor
16-Apr-1871 24-Apr-1956 The Prince and the Pauper
Franchot Tone
Actor
27-Feb-1905 18-Sep-1968 Advise and Consent

CAST

Jean Harlow   ...   Mona
William Powell   ...   Ned Riley
with
Franchot Tone   ...   Bob Harrison
May Robson   ...   Granny
Ted Healy   ...   Smiley
Nat Pendleton   ...   Blossom
Rosalind Russell   ...   Jo
Mickey Rooney   ...   Eddie
Henry Stephenson   ...   Harrison
Man-Mountain Dean   ...   Himself
Robert Light   ...   Paul Mercer
Allan Jones   ...   Allan
Carl Randall   ...   Himself
Louise Henry   ...   Louise
James Ellison   ...   Dale Every
Nina Mae McKinney   ...   Herself
Leon Ames   ...   Ralph Watson
Farina   ...   Gold Dust

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