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A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (7-Apr-1949)

Director: Tay Garnett

Writer: Edmund Beloin

From novel: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court by Mark Twain

Music Score: Victor Young

Producer: Robert Fellows

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Time Travel

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William Bendix
Actor
14-Jan-1906 14-Dec-1964 The Life of Riley
Bing Crosby
Singer
3-May-1903 14-Oct-1977 White Christmas
Julia Faye
Actor
24-Sep-1893 6-Apr-1966 Silent film actress
Virginia Field
Actor
4-Nov-1917 2-Jan-1992 Waterloo Bridge
Rhonda Fleming
Actor
10-Aug-1923   Spellbound
Cedric Hardwicke
Actor
19-Feb-1893 6-Aug-1964 Suspicion
Alan Napier
Actor
7-Jan-1903 8-Aug-1988 Alfred on Batman
Joseph Vitale
Actor
6-Sep-1901 5-Jun-1994 A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
Murvyn Vye
Actor
15-Jul-1913 17-Aug-1976 Pickup on South Street
Richard Webb
Actor
9-Sep-1915 10-Jun-1993 Captain Midnight
Henry Wilcoxon
Actor
8-Sep-1905 6-Mar-1984 Lionheart in Hollywood

CAST

Starring
Bing Crosby   ...   Hank Martin
Rhonda Fleming   ...   Alisande La Carteloise
William Bendix   ...   Sir Sagramore
Cedric Hardwicke   ...   King Arthur
with
Murvyn Vye   ...   Merlin
Virginia Field   ...   Morgan Le Fay
Henry Wilcoxon   ...   Sir Lancelot
Richard Webb   ...   Sir Galahad
Joseph Vitale   ...   Sir Logris
Alan Napier   ...   High Executioner
Julia Faye   ...   Lady Penelope
Mary Field   ...   Peasant Woman
Ann Carter   ...   Peasant Girl

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