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Blues in the Night (15-Nov-1941)

Director: Anatole Litvak

Writer: Robert Rossen

From a play: Hot Nocturne by Edwin Gilbert

Music by: Heinz Roemheld

Keywords: Musical, Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Carson
Actor
27-Oct-1910 2-Jan-1963 Two Guys From Milwaukee
Joyce Compton
Actor
27-Jan-1907 13-Oct-1997 Blonde character actress
Betty Field
Actor
8-Feb-1913 13-Sep-1973 Picnic
Wallace Ford
Actor
12-Feb-1898 11-Jun-1966 A Patch of Blue
Billy Halop
Actor
11-Feb-1920 9-Nov-1976 Dead End Kid
Elia Kazan
Film Director
7-Sep-1909 28-Sep-2003 A Streetcar Named Desire
Priscilla Lane
Actor
12-Jun-1915 4-Apr-1995 Saboteur
Lloyd Nolan
Actor
11-Aug-1902 27-Sep-1985 Dr. Chegley on Julia
Howard Da Silva
Actor
4-May-1909 16-Feb-1986 Bartender in The Lost Weekend

CAST

Starring
Priscilla Lane   ...   Character
Betty Field   ...   Kay Grant
Richard Whorf   ...   Jigger Pine
With
Lloyd Nolan   ...   Del Davis
Jack Carson   ...   Leo Powell
Wallace Ford   ...   Brad Ames
Elia Kazan   ...   Nickie Haroyan
Peter Whitney   ...   Pete Bossett
Billy Halop   ...   Peppi
and
Jimmie Lunceford and His Band   ...   A Barnstorming Band
Will Osborne and His Band   ...   Guy Heiser's Band
Howard Da Silva   ...   Sam Paryas
Joyce Compton   ...   Blonde
Herbert Heywood   ...   Brakeman
George Lloyd   ...   Joe
Charles Wilson   ...   Barney
Matt McHugh   ...   Drunk

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