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Du Barry Was a Lady (1943) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Roy Del Ruth

Writing Credits  

Herbert Fields ... (play) and
Buddy G. DeSylva ... (play) (as B.G. DeSylva)
 
Nancy Hamilton ... (adaptation)
 
Irving Brecher ... (screenplay)
 
Wilkie C. Mahoney ... (additional dialogue) (as Wilkie Mahoney)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

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May Daly / Madame Du Barry
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Alec Howe / Black Arrow
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Ginny
Rags Ragland ...
Charlie / Dauphin (as 'Rags' Ragland)
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Rami - the Swami / Taliostra
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Mr. Jones / Duc de Choiseul
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Willie / Duc de Rigor
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Cheezy / Count de Roquefort
Louise Beavers ...
Niagara
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Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Marching Rebel Behind King Louis (uncredited)
Grace Albertson ...
Perfume Girl (uncredited)
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Mrs. McGowan (uncredited)
Ernie Alexander ...
Delivery Man with Flowers (uncredited)
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Marching Rebel Behind King Louis (uncredited)
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Nick (uncredited)
Eleanor Bayley ...
Dancer (uncredited)
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Footman (uncredited)
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Ambrose's Wife (uncredited)
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Club Patron (uncredited)
Clara Blandick ...
Old Lady on Subway (uncredited)
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Miss June (uncredited)
Pauline Byrne ...
Member Six Hits and a Miss (uncredited)
Jack Byron ...
(uncredited)
James Carlisle ...
Club Patron (uncredited)
Jack Carrington ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Georgia Carroll ...
Miss January (uncredited)
Emmett Casey ...
Flunky (uncredited)
Willy Castello ...
Flunky (uncredited)
Thomas Clarke ...
Flunky (uncredited)
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Dr. Pullit (uncredited)
Theo Coffman ...
Miss October (uncredited)
Charles Coleman ...
Charlie (uncredited)
Edward Cooper ...
Flunky (uncredited)
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Miss December (uncredited)
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Passerby (uncredited)
Earl Covert ...
Singer (uncredited)
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Wife Checking Her Coat (uncredited)
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Miss March (uncredited)
Ziggy Elman ...
Trumpet Player (uncredited)
William Forrest ...
Guard Captain (uncredited)
Christian J. Frank ...
Lackey (uncredited)
Mary Jane French ...
Miss November (uncredited)
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Perfume Girl (uncredited)
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Villager (uncredited)
June Glory ...
Audience Member (uncredited)
Jack Gordon ...
Villager (uncredited)
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Miss April (uncredited)
Aileen Haley ...
Miss July (uncredited)
Ben Hall ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Harry Hayden ...
Husband Checking Wife's Coat (uncredited)
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Singer (uncredited)
Dell Henderson ...
Flunky (uncredited)
John Huddleston ...
Member The Piep Pipers (uncredited)
Delos Jewkes ...
Singer (uncredited)
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Innkeeper (uncredited)
Faith Kruger ...
Singer (uncredited)
Vera Lee ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Mitchell Lewis ...
Rebel Opening Door (uncredited)
Chuck Lowry ...
Member, The Pied Pipers (uncredited)
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Miss February (uncredited)
Art Miles ...
Marching Rebel on King Louis' Right (uncredited)
Six Hits and a Miss ...
Singers (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ...
Club Patron (uncredited)
Buddy Morrow ...
Member Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (uncredited)
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Villager (uncredited)
Joyce Murray ...
Dancer (uncredited)
The Music Maids ...
Singers (uncredited)
David Newell ...
Man Getting Champagne (uncredited)
Paul Newlan ...
Marching Rebel on King Louis' Left (uncredited)
Ruth Ownbey ...
Miss September (uncredited)
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Gatekeeper (uncredited)
The Pied Pipers ...
The Pied Pipers (uncredited)
Paul Power ...
Reporter (uncredited)
Sheila Rae ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Gene Ramey ...
Flunky (uncredited)
Virginia Rees ...
Singer (uncredited)
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Villager (uncredited)
Buddy Rich ...
Member Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (uncredited)
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Man Watching Radio Interview (uncredited)
Jo Stafford ...
Member The Pied Pipers (uncredited)
Harry Stanton ...
Singer (uncredited)
The Three Oxford Boys ...
Performers (uncredited)
Andrew Tombes ...
Mr. McGowan (uncredited)
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Lana Turner (uncredited)
Michael Visaroff ...
Flunky (uncredited)
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Ambrose (uncredited)
Allan Watson ...
Singer (uncredited)
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Miss August (uncredited)
Kay Williams ...
Miss May (uncredited)
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Radio Interviewer (uncredited)
Clark Yocum ...
Member The Pied Pipers (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Arthur Freed ... producer

Music by 

Daniele Amfitheatrof ... (uncredited)

Cinematography by 

Karl Freund

Film Editing by 

Blanche Sewell

Art Direction by 

Cedric Gibbons

Set Decoration by 

Edwin B. Willis

Costume Design by 

Gile Steele ... (costumes: men)

Makeup Department 

Jack Dawn ... makeup designer
Sydney Guilaroff ... hair stylist: Lucille Ball (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Marvin Stuart ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department 

Henry Grace ... associate set decorator
Frank Wesselhoff ... painter (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Douglas Shearer ... recording director
James Brock ... sound (uncredited)

Special Effects by 

Warren Newcombe ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department 

Harkness Smith ... camera operator (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Irene ... costume supervisor
Howard Shoup ... associate costume supervisor (as Shoup)
Eugene Joseff ... costume jeweller (uncredited)

Music Department 

Leo Arnaud ... orchestrator
George Bassman ... orchestrator
Roger Edens ... music adaptor
Sy Oliver ... orchestrator
Merrill Pye ... musical presentation
George Stoll ... musical director (as Georgie Stoll)
Axel Stordahl ... orchestrator (as Alec Stordahl)
George Bassman ... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco ... composer: additional music (uncredited)
David Raksin ... composer: additional music (uncredited)
George Stoll ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

Other crew 

Buddy G. DeSylva ... producer: stage play (as B.G. DeSylva)
Henri Jaffa ... associate technicolor color director
Natalie Kalmus ... technicolor color director
Charles Walters ... dance director
Crew believed to be complete

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