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Roughly Speaking (31-Jan-1945)

Director: Michael Curtiz

Writer: Louise Randall Pierson

From novel: Roughly Speaking by Louise Randall Pierson

Music Composed and Adapted by: Max Steiner

Producer: Henry Blanke

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Arthur
Actor
18-Jun-1925 1-Oct-2008 Ace in the Hole
Jack Carson
Actor
27-Oct-1910 2-Jan-1963 Two Guys From Milwaukee
Ray Collins
Actor
10-Dec-1889 11-Jul-1965 Lt. Tragg on Perry Mason
Ann Doran
Actor
28-Jul-1911 19-Sep-2000 Rio Grande
Mona Freeman
Actor
9-Jun-1926   Streets of Laredo
Alan Hale, Sr.
Actor
10-Feb-1892 22-Jan-1950 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Robert Hutton
Actor
11-Jun-1920 7-Aug-1994 Hollywood Canteen
Andrea King
Actor
1-Feb-1919 22-Apr-2003 Hotel Berlin
John Qualen
Actor
8-Dec-1899 12-Sep-1987 The Grapes of Wrath
Rosalind Russell
Actor
4-Jun-1907 28-Nov-1976 Auntie Mame
Donald Woods
Actor
2-Dec-1906 5-Mar-1998 The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms

CAST

Rosalind Russell   ...   Louise Randall
Jack Carson   ...   Harold Pierson
With
Robert Hutton   ...   John Crane
Jean Sullivan   ...   Louise, Jr. (age 18-26)
Donald Woods   ...   Rodney Crane
Alan Hale, Sr.   ...   Morton
Andrea King   ...   Barbara (age 21-29)
Ann Doran   ...   Alice Abbott
and
Mona Freeman   ...   Barbara (age 15-20)
Robert Arthur   ...   Frankie (age 17)
Ray Collins   ...   Randall
John Qualen   ...   Svend Olsen
Kathleen Lockhart   ...   Mrs. Randall
Ann Todd   ...   Louise Randall (as child)

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