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Come Live With Me (29-Jan-1941)

Director: Clarence Brown

Writers: Patterson McNutt; Virginia Van Upp

Musical Score: Herbert Stothart

Producer: Clarence Brown

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward Ashley
Actor
12-Aug-1904 5-May-2000 British-American character actor
Frank Faylen
Actor
8-Dec-1905 2-Aug-1985 The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis
Ian Hunter
Actor
13-Jun-1900 23-Sep-1975 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Hedy Lamarr
Actor
9-Nov-1913 19-Jan-2000 Actress, invented frequency hopping
Barton MacLane
Actor
25-Dec-1902 1-Jan-1969 Gen. Peterson on I Dream of Jeannie
Horace McMahon
Actor
17-May-1906 17-Aug-1971 Lt. Parker on Naked City
Donald Meek
Actor
14-Jul-1878 18-Nov-1946 Scottish-American character actor
Frank Orth
Actor
21-Feb-1880 17-Mar-1962 Insp. Faraday on Boston Blackie
Jimmy Stewart
Actor
20-May-1908 2-Jul-1997 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Verree Teasdale
Actor
15-Mar-1904 17-Feb-1987 A Midsummer Night's Dream

CAST

Jimmy Stewart   ...   Bill Smith
Hedy Lamarr   ...   Johnny Jones
With
Ian Hunter   ...   Barton Kendrick
Verree Teasdale   ...   Diana Kendrick
Donald Meek   ...   Joe Darsie
Barton MacLane   ...   Barney Grogan
Edward Ashley   ...   Arnold Stafford
Ann Codee   ...   Yvonne
King Baggot   ...   Doorman
Adeline de Walt Reynolds   ...   Grandma
Frank Orth   ...   Jerry
Frank Faylen   ...   Waiter
Horace McMahon   ...   Taxi Driver
Greta Meyer   ...   Frieda

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