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They Shall Have Music (26-Jul-1939)

Director: Archie Mayo

Writers: Irma von Cube; John Howard Lawson

Musical Direction: Alfred Newman

Producer: Samuel Goldwyn

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Brennan
Actor
25-Jul-1894 21-Sep-1974 Three Oscars for Best Supporting Actor
Porter Hall
Actor
19-Sep-1888 6-Oct-1953 Going My Way
Paul Harvey
Actor
10-Sep-1882 5-Dec-1955 American character actor
Jascha Heifetz
Violinist
2-Feb-1901 10-Dec-1987 Violin virtuoso
Arthur Hohl
Actor
21-May-1889 10-Mar-1964 Character actor
Andrea Leeds
Actor
14-Aug-1914 21-May-1984 Stage Door
Marjorie Main
Actor
24-Feb-1890 10-Apr-1975 Ma and Pa Kettle
Joel McCrea
Actor
5-Nov-1905 20-Oct-1990 Ride the High Country
Gene Reynolds
Actor
4-Apr-1923   Child actor, later TV director/producer

CAST

Jascha Heifetz   ...   Himself
with
Joel McCrea   ...   Peter
Andrea Leeds   ...   Ann Lawson
Gene Reynolds   ...   Frankie
Walter Brennan   ...   Prof. Lawson
and
Terry Kilburn   ...   Limey
Tommy Kelly   ...   Willie
Porter Hall   ...   Flower
and
Peter Meremblum   ...   Himself
and the California Junior Symphony Orchestra   ...   Themselves
Walter Tetley   ...   Rocks
Chuck Stubbs   ...   Fever
Jacqueline Nash   ...   Betty
Alfred Newman   ...   Musical Director
Mary Ruth   ...   Suzie
John St. Polis   ...   Davis
Alexander Schonberg   ...   Menken
Marjorie Main   ...   Mrs. Miller
Arthur Hohl   ...   Mr. Miller
Paul Harvey   ...   Heifetz's Manager
Zero   ...   Sucker

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