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The Girl from Manhattan (1-Oct-1948)

Director: Alfred E. Green

Writer: Howard Estabrook

Music by: Heinz Roemheld

Producer: Benedict Bogeaus

Keywords: Comedy, Drama, New York

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sara Allgood
Actor
31-Oct-1879 13-Sep-1950 How Green Was My Valley
George Chandler
Actor
30-Jun-1898 10-Jun-1985 Uncle Petrie on Lassie
Constance Collier
Actor
22-Jan-1878 25-Apr-1955 Stage Door
William Frawley
Actor
26-Feb-1887 3-Mar-1966 Fred on I Love Lucy
Howard Freeman
Actor
9-Dec-1899 11-Dec-1967 Theatre and character actor
Hugh Herbert
Actor
10-Aug-1884 12-Mar-1952 Hellzapoppin
Selmer Jackson
Actor
7-May-1888 30-Mar-1971 Character actor
Dorothy Lamour
Actor
10-Dec-1914 22-Sep-1996 My Favorite Brunette
Charles Laughton
Actor
1-Jul-1899 15-Dec-1962 Island of Lost Souls
George Montgomery
Actor
29-Aug-1916 12-Dec-2000 Coney Island
Frank Orth
Actor
21-Feb-1880 17-Mar-1962 Insp. Faraday on Boston Blackie
Ernest Truex
Actor
19-Sep-1889 26-Jun-1973 His Girl Friday

CAST

Dorothy Lamour   ...   Carol Maynard
George Montgomery   ...   Rev. Tom Walker
Charles Laughton   ...   The Bishop
Featuring
Ernest Truex   ...   Homer Purdy
Hugh Herbert   ...   Aaron Goss
Constance Collier   ...   Mrs. Brooke
William Frawley   ...   Mr. Bernouti
Sara Allgood   ...   Mrs. Beeler
with
Frank Orth   ...   Oscar Newsome
Howard Freeman   ...   Sam Griffin
Raymond Largay   ...   Wilbur J. Birch
George Chandler   ...   Monty
Selmer Jackson   ...   Dr. Moseby
Marie Blake   ...   Supporting Cast
Adeline DeWalt Reynolds   ...   Old woman
Maurice Cass   ...   Mr. Merkle

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