Ford Star Jubilee (1955–1956)
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A television adaptation of the 1932 Hecht-MacArthur play, with Betty Grable and Orson Welles in the roles played in the 1934 film version by Carole Lombard and John Barrymore.

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Matthew Clark
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Oliver Webb
Roy Glenn
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Lily Garland
Jim Hayward
Bobby Johnson
Paul Siemion
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Mrs. Lockwood
Norman Sturgis
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Grover Lockwood
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Oscar Jaffe
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Owen O'Malley
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A television adaptation of the 1932 Hecht-MacArthur play, with Betty Grable and Orson Welles in the roles played in the 1934 film version by Carole Lombard and John Barrymore.

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The next-to-last acting performance of Betty Grable. She appeared on the Broadway stage in 1967 as one of the replacements for Carol Channing in the original production of "Hello, Dolly!". See more »

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Version of Twentieth Century (1934) See more »

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