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The Golden Fleecing (16-Aug-1940)

Director: Leslie Fenton

Writers: John Fante; Frank Fenton; Marion Parsonnet; Laura Perelman; S. J. Perelman; Lynn Root

Musical Score: David Snell

Producer: Edgar Selwyn

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lew Ayres
Actor
28-Dec-1908 30-Dec-1996 All Quiet on the Western Front
Ralph Byrd
Actor
22-Apr-1909 18-Aug-1952 Dick Tracy
Spencer Charters
Actor
25-Mar-1875 25-Jan-1943 Character actor
William Demarest
Actor
27-Feb-1892 28-Dec-1983 The Great McGinty
Leon Errol
Actor
3-Jul-1881 12-Oct-1951 Never Give a Sucker an Even Break
Virginia Grey
Actor
22-Mar-1917 31-Jul-2004 Hullabaloo
Thurston Hall
Actor
10-May-1882 20-Feb-1958 Mr. Schuyler on Topper
Rita Johnson
Actor
13-Aug-1913 31-Oct-1965 Here Comes Mr. Jordan
Marc Lawrence
Actor
17-Feb-1910 28-Nov-2005 Prolific character actor
Lloyd Nolan
Actor
11-Aug-1902 27-Sep-1985 Dr. Chegley on Julia
Nat Pendleton
Actor
9-Aug-1895 12-Oct-1967 At the Circus

CAST

Lew Ayres   ...   Henry Twinkle
Rita Johnson   ...   Mary Blake
Lloyd Nolan   ...   Gus Fender
Virginia Grey   ...   Lila Hanley
Leon Errol   ...   Uncle Waldo
Nat Pendleton   ...   "Fatso" Werner
George Lessey   ...   Buckley Sloan
Richard Carle   ...   Pattington
Ralph Byrd   ...   Larry Kelly
Marc Lawrence   ...   "Happy" Dugan
Thurston Hall   ...   Charles Engel
James Burke   ...   Sibley
Spencer Charters   ...   Justice of Peace
William Demarest   ...   Swallow

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