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Born to Dance (27-Nov-1936)

Director: Roy Del Ruth

Writers: Jack McGowan; Sid Silvers; B. G. DeSylva

Words and Music by: Cole Porter

Producer: Jack Cummings

Keywords: Musical

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Virginia Bruce
Actor
29-Sep-1910 24-Feb-1982 The Invisible Woman
Alan Dinehart
Actor
3-Oct-1889 17-Jul-1944 Born to Dance
Buddy Ebsen
Actor
2-Apr-1908 6-Jul-2003 Jed Clampett
Reginald Gardiner
Actor
27-Feb-1903 7-Jul-1980 English-American character actor
Frances Langford
Singer
4-Apr-1914 11-Jul-2005 Hooray for Hollywood
Una Merkel
Actor
10-Dec-1903 2-Jan-1986 Summer and Smoke
Eleanor Powell
Dancer
21-Nov-1912 11-Feb-1982 Lady Be Good
Jimmy Stewart
Actor
20-May-1908 2-Jul-1997 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Raymond Walburn
Actor
9-Sep-1887 26-Jul-1969 Mr. Deeds Goes to Town

CAST

Eleanor Powell   ...   Nora Paige
with
Jimmy Stewart   ...   Ted Barker
Virginia Bruce   ...   Lucy James
Una Merkel   ...   Jenny Saks
Sid Silvers   ...   "Gunny" Sacks
Frances Langford   ...   "Peppy" Turner
Raymond Walburn   ...   Capt. Dingby
Alan Dinehart   ...   McKay
Buddy Ebsen   ...   "Mush" Tracy
Georges and Jalna   ...   Themselves
Juanita Quigley   ...   Sally Saks
Reginald Gardiner   ...   Policeman
Barnett Parker   ...   Floorwalker
The Foursome
J. Marshall Smith   ...   Foursome
L. Dwight Snyder   ...   Foursome
Ray Johnson   ...   Foursome
Del Porter   ...   Foursome

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