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A Feather in Her Hat (25-Oct-1935)

Director: Alfred Santell

Writer: Lawrence Hazard

From novel by: I. A. R. Wylie

Musical Director: Louis Silvers

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wendy Barrie
Actor
18-Apr-1912 2-Feb-1978 The Private Life of Henry VIII
Billie Burke
Actor
7-Aug-1885 14-May-1970 Glinda, the Good Witch of the North
Lawrence Grant
Actor
30-Oct-1870 10-Feb-1952 The Mask of Fu Manchu
Thurston Hall
Actor
10-May-1882 20-Feb-1958 Mr. Schuyler on Topper
Louis Hayward
Actor
19-Mar-1909 21-Feb-1985 The Man in the Iron Mask
Doris Lloyd
Actor
3-Jul-1896 21-May-1968 British-American character actress
David Niven
Actor
1-Mar-1909 29-Jul-1983 Pencil-moustachioed actor
Basil Rathbone
Actor
13-Jun-1892 21-Jul-1967 Played original Sherlock Holmes
Victor Varconi
Actor
31-Mar-1891 6-Jun-1976 Hungarian-American character actor
Nydia Westman
Actor
19-Feb-1902 23-May-1970 Mrs. Featherstone on Going My Way

CAST

With
Pauline Lord   ...   Clarissa Phelps
Basil Rathbone   ...   Capt. Courtney
Louis Hayward   ...   Richard Orland
Billie Burke   ...   Julia Trent Anders
Wendy Barrie   ...   Pauline Anders
Nydia Westman   ...   Emily Judson
Victor Varconi   ...   Paul Anders
Thurston Hall   ...   Sir Elroyd Joyce
Nana Bryant   ...   Lady Drake
J. M. Kerrigan   ...   Pobjoy
Lawrence Grant   ...   Dr. Phillips
Doris Lloyd   ...   Liz Vining
David Niven   ...   Leo Cartwright
John Rogers   ...   Henry Vining

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