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My Favorite Blonde (18-Mar-1942)

Director: Sidney Lanfield

Writers: Frank Butler; Melvin Frank; Don Hartman; Norman Panama

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Madeleine Carroll
26-Feb-1906 2-Oct-1987 The 39 Steps
Bob Hope
29-May-1903 27-Jul-2003 Centenarian comic
Walter Kingsford
20-Sep-1881 7-Feb-1958 British-American character actor
Addison Richards
20-Oct-1887 22-Mar-1964 American character actor
Gale Sondergaard
15-Feb-1899 14-Aug-1985 Anthony Adverse
Victor Varconi
31-Mar-1891 6-Jun-1976 Hungarian-American character actor
Dooley Wilson
3-Apr-1886 30-May-1953 Sam in Casablanca
George Zucco
11-Jan-1886 28-May-1960 Fog Island


Bob Hope   ...   Larry Haines
Madeleine Carroll   ...   Karen Bentley
Gale Sondergaard   ...   Madame Stephanie Runick
George Zucco   ...   Dr. Hugo Streger
Lionel Royce   ...   Karl
Walter Kingsford   ...   Dr. Wallace Faber
Victor Varconi   ...   Miller
Otto Reichow   ...   Lanz
Esther Howard   ...   Mrs. Topley
Edward Gargan   ...   Mulrooney
James Burke   ...   Secretary
Charles Cane   ...   Turk O'Flaherty
Crane Whitley   ...   Ulrich
Dooley Wilson   ...   Porter
Milton Parsons   ...   Mortician
Erville Alderson   ...   Sheriff
Tom Fadden   ...   Tom Douglas
Fred Kelsey   ...   Sam (police)
Edgar Dearing   ...   Joe (police)
Leslie Denison   ...   Elvan
Robert Emmett Keane   ...   Nat Burton
Addison Richards   ...   Herbert Wilson
Matthew Boulton   ...   Col. Ashmont


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