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The Adventures of Mark Twain (3-May-1944)

Director: Irving Rapper

Writers: Harry Chandlee; Alan Le May; Harold M. Sherman

From a play: Mark Twain by Harold M. Sherman

Music by: Max Steiner

Producer: Jesse L. Lasky

Keywords: Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Barrat
Actor
10-Jul-1889 7-Jan-1970 The Kennel Murder Case
John Carradine
Actor
5-Feb-1906 27-Nov-1988 In over 200 B movies
Donald Crisp
Actor
27-Jul-1880 25-May-1974 Silent film actor, survived into talkies
Alan Hale, Sr.
Actor
10-Feb-1892 22-Jan-1950 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Walter Hampden
Actor
30-Jun-1879 11-Jun-1955 Prominent American theater actor
Dickie Jones
Actor
25-Feb-1927   Buffalo Bill Jr.
Percy Kilbride
Actor
16-Jul-1888 11-Dec-1964 Pa Kettle
Fredric March
Actor
31-Aug-1897 14-Apr-1975 The Best Years of Our Lives
Alexis Smith
Actor
8-Jun-1921 9-Jun-1993 Here Comes the Groom
C. Aubrey Smith
Actor
21-Jul-1863 20-Dec-1948 The Four Feathers

CAST

Starring
Fredric March   ...   Samuel Clemens
Alexis Smith   ...   Olivia Langdon
With
Donald Crisp   ...   J. B. Pond
And
Alan Hale, Sr.   ...   Steve Gillis
C. Aubrey Smith   ...   Oxford Chancellor
John Carradine   ...   Bret Harte
Bill Henry   ...   Charles Langdon
Robert Barrat   ...   Horace E. Bixby
Walter Hampden   ...   Jervis Langdon
Joyce Reynolds   ...   Clara Clemens
Whitford Kane   ...   Joe Goodwin
Percy Kilbride   ...   Billings
Nana Bryant   ...   Mrs. Langdon

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