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The Girl of the Golden West (8-Mar-1938)

Director: Robert Z. Leonard

Writers: Isabel Dawn; Boyce DeGaw

From a play by: David Belasco

Music by: Sigmund Romberg

Producer: William Anthony McGuire

Keywords: Western, Musical

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Noah Beery, Sr.
17-Jan-1882 1-Apr-1946 The Mark of Zorro
Leo Carrillo
6-Aug-1881 10-Sep-1961 Pancho on The Cisco Kid
Buddy Ebsen
2-Apr-1908 6-Jul-2003 Jed Clampett
Nelson Eddy
29-Jun-1901 6-Mar-1967 Phantom of the Opera
Cliff Edwards
14-Jun-1895 17-Jul-1971 Ukulele Ike
Charley Grapewin
20-Dec-1869 2-Feb-1956 Tobacco Road
Jeanette MacDonald
18-Jun-1903 14-Jan-1965 The Merry Widow
Walter Pidgeon
23-Sep-1897 25-Sep-1984 How Green Was My Valley
H. B. Warner
26-Oct-1875 21-Dec-1958 The King of Kings
Monty Woolley
17-Aug-1888 6-May-1963 The Man Who Came to Dinner


Jeanette MacDonald   ...   Mary Robbins
Nelson Eddy   ...   Ramirez / Lt. Johnson
Walter Pidgeon   ...   Jack Rance
Leo Carrillo   ...   Mosquito
Buddy Ebsen   ...   Alabama
Leonard Penn   ...   Pedro
Priscilla Lawson   ...   Nina Martinez
Bob Murphy   ...   Sonora Slim
Olin Howland   ...   Trinidad Joe
Cliff Edwards   ...   Minstrel Joe
Billy Bevan   ...   Nick
Brandon Tynan   ...   The Professor
H. B. Warner   ...   Fr. Sienna
Monty Woolley   ...   Governor
Charley Grapewin   ...   Uncle Davy
Noah Beery, Sr.   ...   The General
Bill Cody, Jr.   ...   Gringo
Jeanne Ellis   ...   The Girl (Mary)
Ynez Seabury   ...   Wowkle


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