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Jupiter's Darling (17-Feb-1955)

Director: George Sidney

Writer: Dorothy Kingsley

From a play: The Road to Rome by Robert E. Sherwood

Producer: George Wells

Keywords: Musical Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Ansara
Actor
15-Apr-1922 31-Jul-2013 Cochise on Broken Arrow
Gower Champion
Theater Director
22-Jun-1921 25-Aug-1980 Show Boat
Marge Champion
Dancer
2-Sep-1919   Show Boat
Henry Corden
Actor
6-Jan-1920 19-May-2005 Hanna-Barbara voice actor
William Demarest
Actor
27-Feb-1892 28-Dec-1983 The Great McGinty
Douglass Dumbrille
Actor
13-Oct-1889 2-Apr-1974 The Three Musketeers
Richard Haydn
Actor
10-Mar-1905 25-Apr-1985 The Sound of Music
Howard Keel
Actor
13-Apr-1919 7-Nov-2004 Clayton Farlow on Dallas
George Sanders
Actor
3-Jul-1906 25-Apr-1972 The Saint Strikes Back
Norma Varden
Actor
20-Jan-1898 19-Jan-1989 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Esther Williams
Actor
8-Aug-1921 6-Jun-2013 Aquatic thespian of the '40s and '50s

CAST

Starring
Esther Williams   ...   Amytis
Howard Keel   ...   Hannibal
Marge Champion   ...   Meta
Gower Champion   ...   Varius
George Sanders   ...   Fabius Maximus
with
Richard Haydn   ...   Horatio
William Demarest   ...   Mago
Norma Varden   ...   Fabia
Douglass Dumbrille   ...   Scipio
Henry Corden   ...   Carthalo
Michael Ansara   ...   Maharbal
Martha Wentworth   ...   Widow Titus
John Olszewski   ...   Principal Swimming Statue
The Swimming Cherubs   ...   Themselves

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