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Forever Female (Aug-1953)

Director: Irving Rapper

Writers: Julius J. Epstein; Philip G. Epstein

From a play: Rosalind by J. M. Barrie

Music Score: Victor Young

Producer: Pat Duggan

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kathryn Crosby
Actor
25-Nov-1933   Widow of Bing Crosby
Patricia Crowley
Actor
17-Sep-1933   Please Don't Eat the Daisies
King Donovan
Actor
25-Jan-1918 30-Jun-1987 Character actor husband of Imogene Coca
Paul Douglas
Actor
11-Apr-1907 11-Sep-1959 Angels in the Outfield
James Gleason
Actor
23-May-1882 12-Apr-1959 Here Comes Mr. Jordan
William Holden
Actor
17-Apr-1918 16-Nov-1981 Stalag 17
Marjorie Rambeau
Actor
15-Jul-1889 6-Jul-1970 The Primrose Path
George Reeves
Actor
5-Jan-1914 16-Jun-1959 Television's first Superman
Ginger Rogers
Dancer
16-Jul-1911 25-Apr-1995 The Gay Divorcee
Marion Ross
Actor
25-Oct-1928   Mrs. Cunningham on Happy Days
Jesse White
Actor
3-Jan-1917 9-Jan-1997 The Maytag Repairman, 1967-88

CAST

Ginger Rogers   ...   Beatrice Page
William Holden   ...   Stanley Krown
Paul Douglas   ...   E. Harry Phillips
with
James Gleason   ...   Eddie Woods
Jesse White   ...   Willie Wolfe
Marjorie Rambeau   ...   Herself
George Reeves   ...   George Courtland
King Donovan   ...   Playwright
Vic Perrin   ...   Scenic Designer
Russell Gaige   ...   Theatrical Producer
Marion Ross   ...   Patty
Richard Shannon   ...   Stage Manager
and
Patricia Crowley   ...   Sally Carver

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