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That's Right -- You're Wrong (24-Nov-1939)

Director: David Butler

Writers: William Conselman; James V. Kern; David Butler

Musical Arrangements by: George Duning

Producer: David Butler

Keywords: Musical Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Harry Babbitt
Musician
2-Nov-1913 9-Apr-2004 Voice of Woody Woodpecker
Lucille Ball
Actor
6-Aug-1911 26-Apr-1989 I Love Lucy
Hobart Cavanaugh
Actor
22-Sep-1886 27-Apr-1950 A Midsummer Night's Dream
Edward Everett Horton
Actor
18-Mar-1886 29-Sep-1970 Prolific 1930s comedic actor
Ish Kabibble
Musician
19-Jan-1908 5-Jun-1994 Trumpeter and novelty singer
Roscoe Karns
Actor
7-Sep-1891 6-Feb-1970 It Happened One Night
Kay Kyser
Musician
18-Jun-1897 23-Jul-1985 The Ol' Professor, eleven #1 records
Adolphe Menjou
Actor
18-Feb-1890 29-Oct-1963 A Farewell to Arms
Dennis O'Keefe
Actor
29-Mar-1908 31-Aug-1968 Brewster's Millions
Moroni Olsen
Actor
27-Jun-1889 22-Nov-1954 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
May Robson
Actor
19-Apr-1858 20-Oct-1942 Lady for a Day

CAST

Kay Kyser   ...   Himself
Adolphe Menjou   ...   Stacey Delmore
with
May Robson   ...   Grandma
Lucille Ball   ...   Sandra Sand
Dennis O'Keefe   ...   Chuck Deems
Edward Everett Horton   ...   Tom Village
Roscoe Karns   ...   Mal Stamp
Moroni Olsen   ...   J. D. Forbes
Hobart Cavanaugh   ...   Dwight Cook
and
Kay Kyser's Band   ...   Themselves
Featuring
Ginny Simms   ...   Herself
Harry Babbitt   ...   Himself
Sully Mason   ...   Himself
Ish Kabibble   ...   Himself

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