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I Take This Woman (2-Feb-1940)

Director: W. S. Van Dyke

Writer: James Kevin McGuinness

From story: A New York Cinderella by Charles MacArthur

Musical Score: Bronislau Kaper; Arthur Guttmann

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Willie Best
Actor
27-May-1913 27-Feb-1962 Sleep 'n' Eat
Louis Calhern
Actor
19-Feb-1895 12-May-1956 Duck Soup
Jack Carson
Actor
27-Oct-1910 2-Jan-1963 Two Guys From Milwaukee
Paul Cavanagh
Actor
8-Dec-1888 15-Mar-1964 The Scarlet Claw
Laraine Day
Actor
13-Oct-1920 10-Nov-2007 Foreign Correspondent
Frances Drake
Actor
22-Oct-1912 18-Jan-2000 WWII pinup girl, also actress
Reed Hadley
Actor
1-Jan-1911 11-Dec-1974 Radio star of Red Ryder
Hedy Lamarr
Actor
9-Nov-1913 19-Jan-2000 Actress, invented frequency hopping
Marjorie Main
Actor
24-Feb-1890 10-Apr-1975 Ma and Pa Kettle
Kent Taylor
Actor
11-May-1907 11-Apr-1987 Boston Blackie
Verree Teasdale
Actor
15-Mar-1904 17-Feb-1987 A Midsummer Night's Dream
Spencer Tracy
Actor
5-Apr-1900 10-Jun-1967 Two consecutive Best Actor Oscars

CAST

Spencer Tracy   ...   Karl Decker
Hedy Lamarr   ...   Georgi Gragore
with
Verree Teasdale   ...   Madame Marcesca
Kent Taylor   ...   Phil Mayberry
Laraine Day   ...   Linda Rodgers
Mona Barrie   ...   Sandra Mayberry
Jack Carson   ...   Joe
Paul Cavanagh   ...   Bill Rodgers
Louis Calhern   ...   Dr. Duveen
Frances Drake   ...   Lola Estermont
Marjorie Main   ...   Gertie
George E. Stone   ...   Sid
Willie Best   ...   Sambo
Don Castle   ...   Ted Fenton
Dalies Frantz   ...   Joe Barnes
Reed Hadley   ...   Bob Hampton

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