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The Life of the Party (3-Sep-1937)

Director: William A. Seiter

Writers: Bert Kalmar; Harry Ruby; Joseph Santley; Viola Brothers Shore

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Helen Broderick
Actor
11-Aug-1891 25-Sep-1959 Top Hat
Margaret Dumont
Actor
20-Oct-1882 6-Mar-1965 Foil to the Marx Brothers
Billy Gilbert
Actor
12-Sep-1894 23-Sep-1971 Comic actor and vaudevillian
Harriet Hilliard
Actor
18-Jul-1909 2-Oct-1994 The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet
Ann Miller
Dancer
12-Apr-1923 22-Jan-2004 Kiss Me Kate
Victor Moore
Actor
24-Feb-1876 24-Jul-1962 Swing Time
Franklin Pangborn
Actor
23-Jan-1888 20-Jul-1958 Character actor, 1920s to 1950s
Joe Penner
Radio Personality
11-Nov-1904 10-Jan-1941 Wanna buy a duck?
Gene Raymond
Actor
13-Aug-1908 2-May-1998 Red Dust

CAST

Joe Penner   ...   Joe Penner
Gene Raymond   ...   Barry Saunders
Parkyakarkus   ...   Parky (house detective)
Harriet Hilliard   ...   Mitzi Martos
Victor Moore   ...   Oliver Goodwin
Helen Broderick   ...   Pauline
Billy Gilbert   ...   Dr. Molnac
Ann Miller   ...   Betty
Richard Lane   ...   Burns (hotel manager)
Franklin Pangborn   ...   Beggs
Margaret Dumont   ...   Mrs. Penner
Ann Shoemaker   ...   Countess Martos
Betty Rhodes   ...   Susan (singer)
George Irving   ...   Mr. Van Tuyl
Winifred Harris   ...   Mrs. Van Tuyl
Charles Judels   ...   Maitre D

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