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Hold Back the Dawn (31-Jul-1941)

Director: Mitchell Leisen

Writers: Charles Brackett; Billy Wilder

From story: Memo to a Movie Producer by Ketti Frings

Music Score by: Victor Young

Producer: Arthur Hornblow, Jr.

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Abel
Actor
6-Jun-1898 26-Mar-1987 The Three Musketeers
Charles Arnt
Actor
20-Aug-1906 6-Aug-1990 Remember the Night
Curt Bois
Actor
5-Apr-1901 25-Dec-1991 Pickpocket in Casablanca
Charles Boyer
Actor
28-Aug-1899 26-Aug-1978 Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Olivia de Havilland
Actor
1-Jul-1916   Gone With the Wind
Rosemary DeCamp
Actor
14-Nov-1910 20-Feb-2001 Yankee Doodle Dandy
Victor Francen
Actor
5-Aug-1888 18-Nov-1977 Confidential Agent
Paulette Goddard
Actor
3-Jun-1910 23-Apr-1990 Reap the Wild Wind
Mitchell Leisen
Film Director
6-Oct-1898 28-Oct-1972 Death Takes a Holiday
Nestor Paiva
Actor
30-Jun-1905 9-Sep-1966 Tarantula
Mikhail Rasumny
Actor
13-May-1890 17-Feb-1956 For Whom the Bell Tolls

CAST

Charles Boyer   ...   Georges Iscovescu
Olivia de Havilland   ...   Emmy Brown
Paulette Goddard   ...   Anita Dixon
with
Victor Francen   ...   Van Den Luecken
Walter Abel   ...   Insp. Hammock
Curt Bois   ...   Bonbois
Rosemary DeCamp   ...   Berta Kurz
Eric Feldary   ...   Josef Kurz
Nestor Paiva   ...   Flores
Eva Puig   ...   Lupita
Micheline Cheirel   ...   Christine
Madeleine Lebeau   ...   Anni
Billy Lee   ...   Tony
Mikhail Rasumny   ...   Mechanic
Charles Arnt   ...   Mr. MacAdams
Arthur Loft   ...   Mr. Elvestad
Mitchell Leisen   ...   Mr. Saxon

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