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The Great Lie (5-Apr-1941)

Director: Edmund Goulding

Writer: Lenore Coffee

From novel: The Far Horizon by Polan Banks

Music by: Max Steiner

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Astor
Actor
3-May-1906 25-Sep-1987 The Maltese Falcon
George Brent
Actor
15-Mar-1899 26-May-1979 The Great Lie
Jerome Cowan
Actor
6-Oct-1897 24-Jan-1972 Miracle on 34th Street
Bette Davis
Actor
5-Apr-1908 6-Oct-1989 All About Eve
Thurston Hall
Actor
10-May-1882 20-Feb-1958 Mr. Schuyler on Topper
Russell Hicks
Actor
4-Jun-1895 1-Jun-1957 American character actor
J. Farrell MacDonald
Actor
14-Apr-1875 2-Aug-1952 My Darling Clementine
Hattie McDaniel
Actor
10-Jun-1893 26-Oct-1952 Mammy in Gone with the Wind
Grant Mitchell
Actor
17-Jun-1874 1-May-1957 Father Is a Prince
Addison Richards
Actor
20-Oct-1887 22-Mar-1964 American character actor
Charles Trowbridge
Actor
10-Jan-1882 30-Oct-1967 The Great Lie
Lucile Watson
Actor
27-May-1879 24-Jun-1962 Watch on the Rhine

CAST

Bette Davis   ...   Maggie
George Brent   ...   Pete
With
Mary Astor   ...   Sandra
Lucile Watson   ...   Aunt Ada
Hattie McDaniel   ...   Violet
Grant Mitchell   ...   Joshua Mason
Jerome Cowan   ...   Jock Thompson
Charles Trowbridge   ...   Sen. Greenfield
Thurston Hall   ...   Oscar Worthington James
Russell Hicks   ...   Col. Harrison
Virginia Brissac   ...   Sadie
J. Farrell MacDonald   ...   Dr. Ferguson
Addison Richards   ...   Mr. Talbot
Sam McDaniel   ...   Jefferson

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