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(1942)

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Directed by 

Lloyd Bacon

Writing Credits  

Everett Freeman ... (screenplay) and
Edwin Gilbert ... (screenplay)
 
Laura Perelman ... (play) and
S.J. Perelman ... (play)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

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Denny Costello
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Jeff Randolph
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Leo Dexter
Edward Brophy ...
Weepy Davis
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Sam Bachrach
Barbara Jo Allen ...
Mademoiselle Gloria
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Mr. Aspinwall
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Hobart (as Jackie C. Gleason)
Andrew Tombes ...
Oscar Engelhart
Joe Downing ...
Smitty (as Joseph Downing)
George Meeker ...
Mr. Jackson
Fortunio Bonanova ...
Anton Copoulos
Joseph Crehan ...
Warden
Jean Ames ...
Florence
William B. Davidson ...
McCarthy
Chester Clute ...
Mr. Buchanan
Creighton Hale ...
Mr. Carmichael
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Don Barclay ...
Drunk Bumped by Jug (uncredited)
Sidney Bracey ...
Passerby (uncredited)
Arthur Q. Bryan ...
Man in Street Socking Jug (uncredited)
Glen Cavender ...
Second Sandwich Man (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler ...
Prison Tower Guard (uncredited)
Joe Devlin ...
Spud the Umpire (uncredited)
Charles Drake ...
R.V. Boyce - Driver in Accident (uncredited)
Roland Drew ...
Dan - McCarthy's Associate (uncredited)
James Flavin ...
Bank Guard (uncredited)
Eddie Foster ...
Ballplayer (uncredited)
Eddie Graham ...
Mover / Man at Station (uncredited)
Fred Graham ...
Cop (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton ...
Policeman at Accident (uncredited)
Sam Harris ...
Man at Station (uncredited)
Harry Hayden ...
Metropolitan Mission Leader (uncredited)
Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian ...
Chuck (uncredited)
Lew Hicks ...
Policeman (uncredited)
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Traffic Policeman (uncredited)
John Kelly ...
Batter Hitting Home Run (uncredited)
Kitty Kelly ...
Fourth Customer (uncredited)
Fred Kelsey ...
Mr. Bronson (uncredited)
Jack Kenney ...
Convict (uncredited)
Paul Kruger ...
Cop (uncredited)
Carl M. Leviness ...
Man at Station (uncredited)
Vera Lewis ...
First Customer (uncredited)
Lucien Littlefield ...
Third Customer (uncredited)
Al Lloyd ...
Man in Bank Counting Money (uncredited)
Jean Maddox ...
Mission Singer (uncredited)
Hank Mann ...
Ballplayer (uncredited)
Frank Mayo ...
Visiting Room Guard (uncredited)
Harold Miller ...
Man at Station (uncredited)
King Mojave ...
Man at Station (uncredited)
Ray Montgomery ...
Second Customer (uncredited)
Jack Mower ...
Customer During the Sale (uncredited)
Jimmy O'Gatty ...
Convict (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley ...
Policeman (uncredited)
Ted Oliver ...
Policeman Handcuffing Weepy (uncredited)
Emory Parnell ...
Police Officer O'Casey (uncredited)
William 'Bill' Phillips ...
Muggsy (uncredited)
Cliff Saum ...
Ballplayer (uncredited)
Wallace Scott ...
Sandwich Man (uncredited)
Grace Stafford ...
McCarthy's Secretary (uncredited)
Harry Strang ...
Policeman (uncredited)
Leo Sulky ...
Passerby (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan ...
Ballplayer (uncredited)
Ellinor Vanderveer ...
Passerby (uncredited)
Larry Wheat ...
Man at Station (uncredited)
Jack Wise ...
Customer Paying with $20 Bill (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Jack Saper ... associate producer
Jerry Wald ... associate producer
Hal B. Wallis ... executive producer

Music by 

Adolph Deutsch

Cinematography by 

Tony Gaudio ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Ralph Dawson

Art Direction by 

John Hughes

Costume Design by 

Milo Anderson ... (gowns)

Makeup Department 

Perc Westmore ... makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Richard Maybery ... assistant director (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Dolph Thomas ... sound

Stunts 

Chuck Hamilton ... stunts (uncredited)

Music Department 

Leo F. Forbstein ... musical director
Howard Jackson ... composer: stock music (uncredited)
William Lava ... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Heinz Roemheld ... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Max Steiner ... composer: stock music (uncredited)

Other crew 

Hugh Cummings ... dialogue director
Crew verified as complete

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