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Out West with the Hardys (25-Nov-1938)

Director: George B. Seitz

Writers: Kay Van Riper; Agnes Christine Johnston; William Ludwig

Musical Score by: David Snell

Keywords: Comedy, Andy Hardy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sara Haden
Actor
17-Nov-1899 15-Sep-1981 The Shop Around the Corner
Fay Holden
Actor
26-Sep-1893 23-Jun-1973 Played Andy Hardy's mother
John Hubbard
Actor
14-Apr-1914 6-Nov-1988 Dramatic School
Gordon Jones
Actor
5-Apr-1911 20-Jun-1963 The Green Hornet
Ralph Morgan
Actor
6-Jul-1883 11-Jun-1956 The Kennel Murder Case
Tom Neal
Actor
28-Jan-1914 7-Aug-1972 Detour
Cecilia Parker
Actor
26-Apr-1905 25-Jul-1993 Marian Hardy in Andy Hardy series
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920   Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Ann Rutherford
Actor
2-Nov-1917 11-Jun-2012 Andy Hardy's girlfriend Polly
Lewis Stone
Actor
15-Nov-1879 12-Sep-1953 Judge James Hardy
Virginia Weidler
Actor
21-Mar-1927 1-Jul-1968 The Philadelphia Story

CAST

Mickey Rooney   ...   Andy Hardy
Lewis Stone   ...   Judge Hardy
Fay Holden   ...   Mrs. Hardy
Cecilia Parker   ...   Marian Hardy
With
Ann Rutherford   ...   Polly Benedict
Sara Haden   ...   Aunt Milly
Don Castle   ...   Dennis Hunt
Virginia Weidler   ...   Jake Holt
Gordon Jones   ...   Ray Holt
Ralph Morgan   ...   Bill Northcote
Nana Bryant   ...   Dora Northcote
Tom Neal   ...   Aldrich Brown
John Hubbard   ...   Cliff Thomas

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