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Show Boat (14-May-1936)

Director: James Whale

Writer: Oscar Hammerstein II

From novel: Show Boat by Edna Ferber

From a play by: Oscar Hammerstein II

Music by: Jerome Kern

Producer: Carl Laemelle, Jr.

Keywords: Musical

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Donald Cook
Actor
26-Sep-1901 1-Oct-1961 Viva Villa!
Irene Dunne
Actor
20-Dec-1898 4-Sep-1990 Penny Serenade
Arthur Hohl
Actor
21-May-1889 10-Mar-1964 Character actor
Allan Jones
Actor
14-Oct-1907 27-Jun-1992 Show Boat
J. Farrell MacDonald
Actor
14-Apr-1875 2-Aug-1952 My Darling Clementine
Hattie McDaniel
Actor
10-Jun-1893 26-Oct-1952 Mammy in Gone with the Wind
Helen Morgan
Actor
2-Aug-1900 9-Oct-1941 Show Boat
Paul Robeson
Singer
9-Apr-1898 23-Jan-1976 20th Century renaissance man
Helen Westley
Actor
28-Mar-1875 12-Dec-1942 Death Takes a Holiday
Charles Winninger
Actor
26-May-1884 27-Jan-1969 Show Boat

CAST

Starring
Irene Dunne   ...   Magnolia
Allan Jones   ...   Ravenal
Charles Winninger   ...   Cap'n Andy Hawks
Paul Robeson   ...   Joe
Helen Morgan   ...   Julie
Helen Westley   ...   Parthy
Queenie Smith   ...   Elly
Sammy White   ...   Frank
Donald Cook   ...   Steve
Hattie McDaniel   ...   Queenie
Francis X. Mahoney   ...   Rubber Face
Marilyn Knowlden   ...   Kim (as a Child)
Sunnie O'Dea   ...   Kim (at Sixteen)
Arthur Hohl   ...   Pete
Charles Middleton   ...   Vallon
J. Farrell MacDonald   ...   Windy
Clarence Muse   ...   Janitor

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