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Brewster's Millions (7-Apr-1945)

Director: Allan Dwan

Writers: Siegfried Herzig; Charles Rodgers; Wilkie Mahoney

From novel by: George Barr McCutcheon

From a play by: Winchell Smith and Byron Ongley

Musical Director: Louis Forbes

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eddie Anderson
Actor
18-Sep-1905 28-Feb-1977 Rochester on The Jack Benny Show
Mischa Auer
Actor
17-Nov-1905 5-Mar-1967 My Man Godfrey
Thurston Hall
Actor
10-May-1882 20-Feb-1958 Mr. Schuyler on Topper
Neil Hamilton
Actor
9-Sep-1899 24-Sep-1984 Commissioner Gordon on Batman
June Havoc
Actor
8-Nov-1912 28-Mar-2010 Gentleman's Agreement
John Litel
Actor
30-Dec-1892 3-Feb-1972 Two Dollar Bettor
Dennis O'Keefe
Actor
29-Mar-1908 31-Aug-1968 Brewster's Millions
Gail Patrick
Actor
20-Jun-1911 6-Jul-1980 Love Crazy
Herbert Rudley
Actor
22-Mar-1910 9-Sep-2006 Herb Hubbard on The Mothers-in-Law
Joe Sawyer
Actor
29-Aug-1906 21-Apr-1982 Character actor 1930s to 1950s
Helen Walker
Actor
17-Jul-1920 10-Mar-1968 Call Northside 777

CAST

Starring
Dennis O'Keefe   ...   Montague L. Brewster
Helen Walker   ...   Peggy Gray
June Havoc   ...   Trixie Summers
Eddie Anderson   ...   Jackson
with
Gail Patrick   ...   Barbara Drew
Mischa Auer   ...   Michael Michaelovich
and
Nana Bryant   ...   Mrs. Gray
John Litel   ...   Swearengen Jones
Joe Sawyer   ...   Hacky Smith
Neil Hamilton   ...   Mr. Grant
Herbert Rudley   ...   Nopper Harrison
Thurston Hall   ...   Col. Drew

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