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Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Raoul Walsh

Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)  

Edmund Beloin ... (contributor to dialogue) (uncredited)
Russel Crouse ... (contributor to screenplay construction and dialogue) (uncredited)
Walter DeLeon
Lewis E. Gensler
Eve Greene ... (adaptation)
Sig Herzig ... (story)
Howard Lindsay ... (contributor to screenplay construction and dialogue) (uncredited)
Francis Martin
William Morrow ... (contributor to dialogue) (uncredited)
Eugene Thackrey ... (story)
Keene Thompson ... (script)
Harlan Ware ... (adaptation)

Cast (in credits order)  

...
Mac Brewster
...
Paula Sewell / Paula Monterey
...
Alan Townsend
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Cynthia Wentworth
Ben Blue ...
Jupiter Pluvius
...
Toots
Charles Adler ...
Himself (as Yacht Club Boys)
James V. Kern ...
Himself (as Yacht Club Boys)
George Kelly ...
Himself (as Yacht Club Boys)
Billy Mann ...
Himself (as Yacht Club Boys)
Cecil Cunningham ...
Stella
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Dr. Zimmer
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Mrs. Townsend
Anne Canova ...
Specialty (as Canova Family)
...
Specialty
Zeke Canova ...
Specialty (as Canova Family)
Andre Kostelanetz ...
Orchestra Conductor
Russell Patterson ...
Himself - Artist
...
Specialty
Connee Boswell ...
Specialty
Peter Arno ...
Himself - Artist
McClelland Barclay ...
Himself - Artist
Arthur William Brown ...
Himself - Artist
Rube Goldberg ...
Himself - Artist
John LaGatta ...
Himself - Artist
Sandra Storme ...
Model
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
The Yacht Club Boys ...
Singing Quartette
Dale Armstrong ...
1st Announcer (uncredited)
Art Baker ...
2nd Announcer (uncredited)
Jerry Bergen ...
Bartender (uncredited)
Alan Birmingham ...
Craig Sheldon (uncredited)
Virginia Brissac ...
Seamstress (uncredited)
...
(uncredited)
Elsa Connor ...
Stenographer (uncredited)
...
(uncredited)
Jack Daley ...
(voice) (uncredited)
...
Flunky (uncredited)
Deanie Gordon ...
Dancer in 'Public Melody No. 1' (uncredited)
Madelon Grey ...
Marjorie (uncredited)
Carl Harbaugh ...
King (uncredited)
Harry Hayden ...
Early (uncredited)
Dell Henderson ...
Lord (uncredited)
Howard C. Hickman ...
Mr. Currie (uncredited)
Jerry Jerome ...
G-Man (uncredited)
Harry C. Johnson ...
Juggler (uncredited)
Kathryn Kay ...
Lois (uncredited)
Bernie Lamont ...
G-Man (uncredited)
...
G-Man (uncredited)
Nick Lukats ...
Photographer (uncredited)
John Marshall ...
(uncredited)
Alphonse Martell ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Irene McAfee ...
Dog and Horse Act Member (uncredited)
Jack McAfee ...
Dog and Horse Act Member (uncredited)
Dorothy McHugh ...
(uncredited)
Rex Moore ...
Attendant (uncredited)
Pat Moran ...
Tumbler (uncredited)
David Newell ...
Romeo (uncredited)
Harvey Poirier ...
Sharpshooter (uncredited)
Alexander Pollard ...
Waiter (uncredited)
'Little Billy' Rhodes ...
King (uncredited)
David Robel ...
Accordianist (uncredited)
Mary Shepherd ...
Water-Waltzer (uncredited)
Antrim Short ...
(uncredited)
Reginald Simpson ...
G-Man (uncredited)
...
Englishman (uncredited)
Jack Starry ...
Cycling Star (uncredited)
Jack Trevor ...
Cycling Star (uncredited)
Jane Weir ...
Ms. Gordon (uncredited)
Gloria Wheeden ...
Water-Waltzer (uncredited)
Gloria Williams ...
(uncredited)
Don Wilson ...
Himself - Radio Speaker (voice) (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Lewis E. Gensler ... producer
William LeBaron ... executive producer (uncredited)

Music by 

Robert Russell Bennett ... (uncredited)
Gordon Jenkins ... (uncredited)
John Leipold ... (uncredited)
Leo Shuken ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by 

Victor Milner

Film Editing by 

Ellsworth Hoagland
Alma Macrorie

Art Direction by 

Hans Dreier
Robert Usher

Art Department 

A.E. Freudeman ... interior decorator

Sound Department 

Harold Lewis ... sound recordist
Louis Mesenkop ... sound recordist

Visual Effects by 

Gordon Jennings ... special photographic effects

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Travis Banton ... costumer

Music Department 

Phil Boutelje ... music advisor
Boris Morros ... musical director
Victor Young ... music arranger (uncredited)

Other crew 

Vincente Minnelli ... staging director: "Public Melody No. 1"
LeRoy Prinz ... musical numbers staged by
Adolph Zukor ... presenter

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