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Four Daughters (9-Aug-1938)

Director: Michael Curtiz

Writers: Julius J. Epstein; Lenore Coffee

From short story: Sister Act by Fannie Hurst (short story, in Cosmopolitan)

Music by: Max Steiner

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eddie Acuff
Actor
3-Jun-1903 17-Dec-1956 Mr. Beasley in Blondie
Tom Dugan
Actor
1-Jan-1889 7-Mar-1955 To Be or Not to Be
Dick Foran
Actor
18-Jun-1910 10-Aug-1979 The Petrified Forest
John Garfield
Actor
4-Mar-1913 21-May-1952 Gentleman's Agreement
Lola Lane
Actor
21-May-1906 22-Jun-1981 Marked Woman
Priscilla Lane
Actor
12-Jun-1915 4-Apr-1995 Saboteur
Rosemary Lane
Actor
4-Apr-1914 25-Nov-1974 Four Daughters
Jeffrey Lynn
Actor
16-Feb-1909 24-Nov-1995 Home Town Story
Frank McHugh
Actor
23-May-1898 11-Sep-1981 The Roaring Twenties
Gale Page
Actor
23-Jul-1913 8-Jan-1983 Four Daughters
Claude Rains
Actor
10-Nov-1889 30-May-1967 The Invisible Man
May Robson
Actor
19-Apr-1858 20-Oct-1942 Lady for a Day

CAST

With
Priscilla Lane   ...   Ann Lemp
Rosemary Lane   ...   Kay Lemp
Lola Lane   ...   Thea Lemp
Gale Page   ...   Emma Lemp
And
Claude Rains   ...   Adam Lemp
John Garfield   ...   Mickey Borden
Jeffrey Lynn   ...   Felix Deitz
Dick Foran   ...   Ernest
Frank McHugh   ...   Ben Crowley
May Robson   ...   Aunt Etta
Vera Lewis   ...   Mrs. Ridgefield
Tom Dugan   ...   Jake
Eddie Acuff   ...   Sam
Donald Kerr   ...   Earl

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