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Pot o' Gold (1941) Poster

(1941)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

George Marshall

Writing Credits  

Walter DeLeon ... (screenplay) (as Walter De Leon)
 
Andrew Bennison ... (story) &
Monte Brice ... (story) and
Harry Tugend ... (story)
 
Haydn Roth Evans ... (idea of "Pot O' Gold" originally conceived by) and
Robert Brilmayer ... (idea of "Pot O' Gold" originally conceived by)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

...
Jimmy Haskell
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Molly McCorkle
Horace Heidt ...
Horace Heidt
Charles Winninger ...
C.J. Haskell
Mary Gordon ...
Ma McCorkle
Frank Melton ...
Jasper
Jed Prouty ...
Mr. Louderman
Charles Arnt ...
Parks (as Charlie Arnt)
Dick Hogan ...
Willie McCorkle
James Burke ...
Lt. Grady
Donna Wood ...
Donna McCorkle
Larry Cotton ...
Larry Cotton, Vocalist
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Beverly Andre ...
Alice (uncredited)
Herbert Ashley ...
Doorman (uncredited)
...
Prisoner (uncredited)
Harry Bowen ...
Streetsweeper (uncredited)
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Judge Mike Murray (uncredited)
Ed Brady ...
Fruit & Vegetable Vendor (uncredited)
Frankie Carle ...
Frankie, Pianist (uncredited)
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Band Member / Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Virginia Carroll ...
Haskell's Secretary (uncredited)
Ken Christy ...
Sheriff (uncredited)
Edgar Dearing ...
Police Officer McGinty (uncredited)
Abe Dinovitch ...
Fish Peddler (uncredited)
Evelyn Dockson ...
Mrs. Sweeney (uncredited)
Fern Emmett ...
Boy's Mother (uncredited)
Carlos Fernando ...
Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
James Flavin ...
Sheriff Bud Connolly (uncredited)
John Frank ...
Drunken Cellmate (uncredited)
Jody Gilbert ...
Helga Svenson (uncredited)
William Gould ...
Chalmers (attorney) (uncredited)
Eddie Gribbon ...
Expressman (uncredited)
Paul Gustine ...
Minitor Man (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton ...
Policeman (uncredited)
Ray Hanson ...
Office in Courtroom (uncredited)
John Holland ...
Sponsor (uncredited)
Bud Jamison ...
Drunken Cellmate (uncredited)
Roy Lester ...
Jitterbug (uncredited)
Charles McAvoy ...
Turnkey (uncredited)
Jewel McGowan ...
Jitterbug (uncredited)
Howard M. Mitchell ...
Jailer (uncredited)
Nellie V. Nichols ...
Mrs. Poppadolis (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ...
Country Club Waiter (uncredited)
David Oliver ...
Drunken Cellmate (uncredited)
Max Ong ...
Wong Lung - Chinese laundry worker (uncredited)
Nestor Paiva ...
Canadian Guide (uncredited)
Victor Potel ...
Olaf Svenson (uncredited)
Purnell Pratt ...
Thompson (uncredited)
Tom Quinn ...
Announcer (uncredited)
Alvino Rey ...
Pedal Steel Guitar Player (uncredited)
Claire Rochelle ...
Mrs. Stevens - Mary's Mother (uncredited)
Buddy Roosevelt ...
Office in Anteroom (uncredited)
Henry Roquemore ...
Mr. Samson - Federal Inspector (uncredited)
Mel Ruick ...
Announcer (uncredited)
Mary Ruth ...
Mary Stevens - Gifted Little Piano Player (uncredited)
Tim Ryan ...
'Snooky' - Spieler (uncredited)
Adele Smith ...
Flashy Girl (uncredited)
Harland Tucker ...
Sponsor (uncredited)
Fred Walburn ...
Boy in Doorway (uncredited)
Jay Ward ...
Boyfriend (uncredited)
Pat West ...
Trading Post Manager (uncredited)
George Whalley ...
Haskell's Chauffeur (uncredited)
Paul White ...
Bootblack (uncredited)
Stan Worth ...
Tommy - Young Trombonist (uncredited)
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Produced by 

George Marshall ... producer
James Roosevelt ... producer

Music by 

Louis Forbes ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by 

Hal Mohr ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Lloyd Nosler

Art Direction by 

Hans Peters

Set Decoration by 

Howard Bristol

Costume Design by 

Helen Taylor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

William Tummel ... assistant director (as William F. Tummel)

Sound Department 

Pete Decker ... sound
Percy Townsend ... sound (as P.J. Townsend)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Harry Jackson ... cinematographer: dance
Ned Scott ... still photographer (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Eugene Joseff ... costume jeweller (uncredited)

Music Department 

Louis Forbes ... musical director (as Lou Forbes)
Basil Adlam ... music arranger (uncredited)
Jerry Adler ... musician: harmonica dubbing for James Stewart (uncredited)
Nat Bergman ... musician: harmonica dubbing for James Stewart (uncredited)
Dudley Chambers ... vocal director (uncredited)
Frank De Vol ... music arranger (uncredited)

Other crew 

Larry Ceballos ... dance director
James Roosevelt ... presenter
Nouannipha Simon ... subtitles: original version with French subtitles (uncredited)
Adolph Winninger ... stand-in: Charles Winninger (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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