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Margie (16-Oct-1946)

Director: Henry King

Writers: Richard Bransten; F. Hugh Herbert; Ruth McKenney

Keywords: Musical Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lynn Bari
Actor
18-Dec-1913 20-Nov-1989 Shock
Hobart Cavanaugh
Actor
22-Sep-1886 27-Apr-1950 A Midsummer Night's Dream
Jeanne Crain
Actor
25-May-1925 14-Dec-2003 20th Century Fox studio actress
Esther Dale
Actor
10-Nov-1885 23-Jul-1961 Curly Top
Conrad Janis
Actor
11-Feb-1928   Fredzo on Mork & Mindy
Glenn Langan
Actor
8-Jul-1917 19-Jan-1991 The Amazing Colossal Man
Barbara Lawrence
Actor
24-Feb-1930   A Letter to Three Wives
Hattie McDaniel
Actor
10-Jun-1893 26-Oct-1952 Mammy in Gone with the Wind
Alan Young
Actor
19-Nov-1919   Wilbur Post on Mister Ed

CAST

Jeanne Crain   ...   Margie MacDuff
Glenn Langan   ...   Prof. Fontayne
Lynn Bari   ...   Miss Palmer
Alan Young   ...   Roy Hornsdale
Barbara Lawrence   ...   Marybelle
Conrad Janis   ...   Johnny
Esther Dale   ...   Grandma McSweeney
Hobart Cavanaugh   ...   Mr. MacDuff
Ann Todd   ...   Joyce (Margie's daughter)
Hattie McDaniel   ...   Cynthia
Don Hayden   ...   Boy Charlie
Hazel Dawn   ...   Vi
Vanessa Brown   ...   Wanda
Diana Herbert   ...   Senior
Milton Parsons   ...   Jefferson
Margaret Wells   ...   Matron
Warren Mills   ...   Arnold
Richard Kelton   ...   Boy
Tom Stevenson   ...   Salesman
Cecil Weston   ...   Teacher
Robert Ford   ...   Coach
Herbert Kelt   ...   Boy
Robert Scheerer   ...  
Basil Walker   ...  

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