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Slightly Dangerous (1-Apr-1943)

Director: Wesley Ruggles

Writers: Charles Lederer; George Oppenheimer; Ian McLellan Hunter; Aileen Hamilton

Musical Score: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Pandro S. Berman

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Florence Bates
Actor
15-Apr-1888 31-Jan-1954 The Moon and Sixpence
Pamela Blake
Actor
6-Aug-1915 6-Oct-2009 No Greater Sin
Ward Bond
Actor
9-Apr-1903 5-Nov-1960 Wagon Train
Walter Brennan
Actor
25-Jul-1894 21-Sep-1974 Three Oscars for Best Supporting Actor
Ray Collins
Actor
10-Dec-1889 11-Jul-1965 Lt. Tragg on Perry Mason
Howard Freeman
Actor
9-Dec-1899 11-Dec-1967 Theatre and character actor
Millard Mitchell
Actor
14-Aug-1903 13-Oct-1953 My Six Convicts
Alan Mowbray
Actor
18-Aug-1896 25-Mar-1969 Founding member, Screen Actors Guild
Eugene Pallette
Actor
8-Jul-1889 3-Sep-1954 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Lana Turner
Actor
8-Feb-1920 29-Jun-1995 The Postman Always Rings Twice
May Whitty
Actor
19-Jun-1865 29-May-1948 Night Must Fall
Robert Young
Actor
22-Feb-1907 21-Jul-1998 Marcus Welby, M.D.

CAST

Lana Turner   ...   Peggy Evans
Robert Young   ...   Bob Stuart
with
Walter Brennan   ...   Cornelius Burden
May Whitty   ...   Baba
Eugene Pallette   ...   Durstin
Alan Mowbray   ...   English Gentleman
Florence Bates   ...   Mrs. Roanoke-Brooke
Howard Freeman   ...   Mr. Quill
Millard Mitchell   ...   Baldwin
Ward Bond   ...   Jimmy
Pamela Blake   ...   Mitzi
Ray Collins   ...   Snodgrass
Paul Stanton   ...   Stanhope

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