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Summer Holiday (23-Feb-1948)

Director: Rouben Mamoulian

Writers: Irving Brecher; Jean Holloway; Frances Goodrich; Albert Hackett

From a play: Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene O'Neill

Music by: Harry Warren

Producer: Arthur Freed

Keywords: Musical

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gloria DeHaven
23-Jul-1925   Summer Holiday
Anne Francis
16-Sep-1930 2-Jan-2011 Forbidden Planet
Howard Freeman
9-Dec-1899 11-Dec-1967 Theatre and character actor
Walter Huston
6-Apr-1884 7-Apr-1950 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Jackie "Butch" Jenkins
29-Aug-1937 14-Aug-2001 MGM child star
Marilyn Maxwell
3-Aug-1921 20-Mar-1972 Stand by for Action
Agnes Moorehead
6-Dec-1900 30-Apr-1974 Endora on Bewitched
Frank Morgan
1-Jun-1890 18-Sep-1949 The Wizard of Oz
Mickey Rooney
23-Sep-1920 6-Apr-2014 Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Selena Royle
6-Nov-1904 23-Apr-1983 The Fighting Sullivans


Mickey Rooney   ...   Richard Miller
Gloria DeHaven   ...   Muriel
Walter Huston   ...   Mr. Nat Miller
Frank Morgan   ...   Uncle Sid
Jackie "Butch" Jenkins   ...   Tommy
Marilyn Maxwell   ...   Belle
Agnes Moorehead   ...   Cousin Lily
Selena Royle   ...   Mrs. Miller
Michael Kirby   ...   Arthur Miller
Shirley Johns   ...   Mildred
Hal Hackett   ...   Wint
Anne Francis   ...   Elsie Rand
John Alexander   ...   Mr. McComber
Virginia Brissac   ...   Miss Hawley
Howard Freeman   ...   Mr. Peabody
Alice MacKenzie   ...   Mrs. McComber
Ruth Brady   ...   Crystal


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