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The Devil Is A Sissy (18-Sep-1936)

Director: W. S. Van Dyke

Writers: John Lee Mahin; Richard Schayer; Rowland Brown

Musical Score by: Herbert Stothart

Producer: Frank Davis

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Freddie Bartholomew
Actor
28-Mar-1924 23-Jan-1992 Little Lord Fauntleroy
Peggy Conklin
Actor
2-Nov-1906 18-Mar-2003 Broadway actress, The Petrified Forest
Jackie Cooper
Actor
15-Sep-1922 3-May-2011 Jackie in Our Gang
Stanley Fields
Actor
20-May-1883 23-Apr-1941 Way Out West
Jonathan Hale
Actor
21-Mar-1891 28-Feb-1966 J. C. Dithers
Ian Hunter
Actor
13-Jun-1900 23-Sep-1975 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Gene Lockhart
Actor
18-Jul-1891 31-Mar-1957 Algiers
Grant Mitchell
Actor
17-Jun-1874 1-May-1957 Father Is a Prince
Frank Puglia
Actor
9-Mar-1892 25-Oct-1975 20 Million Miles to Earth
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920   Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals

CAST

Freddie Bartholomew   ...   Claude
Jackie Cooper   ...   Buck Murphy
Mickey Rooney   ...   Gig Stevens
with
Ian Hunter   ...   Jay Pierce
Peggy Conklin   ...   Rose
Katharine Alexander   ...   Hilda Pierce
Gene Lockhart   ...   Mr. Murphy
Kathleen Lockhart   ...   Mrs. Murphy
Jonathan Hale   ...   Judge Holmes
Etienne Girardot   ...   Principal
Sherwood Bailey   ...   Bugs
Buster Slaven   ...   Six-Toes
Grant Mitchell   ...   Paul Krumpp
Harold Huber   ...   Willie
Stanley Fields   ...   Joe
Frank Puglia   ...   Grandma
Etta McDaniels   ...   Molly

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