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Mandalay (10-Feb-1934)

Director: Michael Curtiz

Writers: Austin Parker; Charles Kenyon; Paul Hervy Fox

Orchestra Conducted by: Leo F. Forbstein

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Herman Bing
Actor
30-Mar-1889 9-Jan-1947 1930s character actor
Ricardo Cortez
Actor
19-Sep-1899 28-Apr-1977 The Torrent
Ruth Donnelly
Actor
17-May-1896 17-Nov-1982 A Slight Case of Murder
Kay Francis
Actor
13-Jan-1905 26-Aug-1968 Trouble in Paradise
Halliwell Hobbes
Actor
16-Nov-1877 20-Feb-1962 British-American character actor
Lucien Littlefield
Actor
16-Aug-1895 4-Jun-1960 American character actor
Warner Oland
Actor
3-Oct-1879 6-Aug-1938 Charlie Chan
Rafaela Ottiano
Actor
4-Mar-1888 18-Aug-1942 Grand Hotel
Reginald Owen
Actor
5-Aug-1887 5-Nov-1972 Prolific character actor
Lyle Talbot
Actor
8-Feb-1902 2-Mar-1996 The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet

CAST

Kay Francis   ...   Tanya
Ricardo Cortez   ...   Tony Evans
Warner Oland   ...   Nick
Lyle Talbot   ...   Dr. Gregory Burton
Ruth Donnelly   ...   Mrs. Peters
Lucien Littlefield   ...   Mr. Peters
Reginald Owen   ...   Commissioner
Etienne Girardot   ...   Mr. Abernathie
And
David Torrence   ...   Capt. of the Sirohi
Rafaela Ottiano   ...   Countess
Halliwell Hobbes   ...   Col. Dawson Ames
Bodil Rosing   ...   Mrs. Kleinschmidt
Herman Bing   ...   Prof. Kleinschmidt

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