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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jack L Warner; Casey Robinson; Hal B Wallis; Sam Wood; Ernest Haller; Ralph Dawson; Robert B Lee; Carl Jules Weyl; Lawrence Butler; Joseph St Amand; Fred MacLean; Leah Rhodes; Don Siegel; Perc Westmore; Bernard Kaun; Leo F Forbstein; Max Steiner; Gary Cooper; Ingrid Bergman; Flora Robson; Jerry Austin; John Warburton; Florence Bates; Curt Bois; John Abbott; Ethel Griffies; Edna Ferber; Warner Bros. Pictures.; First National.
"From the novel by Edna Ferber."
Bracketed cast credits were supplied from: Variety review, Nov. 21, 1945.
Release date supplied based on Variety review date of Nov. 21, 1945. Produced in Feb. to May, 1943, and shown to members of the armed forces prior to its release to the public in 1945, according to: Motion picture guide, 1985.
"RCA Sound System."
Playing time on release was 135 min., according to: Film daily yearbook, 1946.
"Approved, MPPDA, certificate no. 9279."
Copyright: Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; 30Mar46; LP188.
|Credits:||Director of photography, Ernest Haller; film editor, Ralph Dawson; sound by Robert B. Lee; art director, Carl Jules Weyl; special effects, Lawrence Butler; production designed by Joseph St. Amand; set decorations by Fred MacLean. Technical advisor, Dalton S. Reymond; gowns by Leah Rhodes; montages by Don Siegel; makeup artist, Perc Westmore; orchestral arrangements by Bernard Kaun; musical director, Leo F. Forbstein. Music by Max Steiner.|
|Cast:||Gary Cooper [Col. Clint Maroon] and Ingrid Bergman [Clio Dulaine]. With Flora Robson [Angelique], Jerry Austin [Cupidon], John Warburton [Bartholomew Van Steed], Florence Bates [Mrs. Coventry Bellop], Curt Bois [Augustin Haussy], John Abbott [Roscoe Bean], Ethel Griffies [Mme. Clarissa Van Steed]. [Maria Shelton (Mrs. Porcelain); Helen Freeman (Mrs. Nicholas Dulaine); Sophie Huxley (Charlotte Dulaine); Fred Essler (Monsieur Begue); Louis Payne (Raymond Soule); Sarah Edwards (Miss Diggs); Adrienne D'Ambricourt (grandmother); Jacqueline DeWitt (Guilia Forosini)].|
|Responsibility:||a Warner Bros.-First National picture ; Jack L. Warner, executive producer ; screen play by Casey Robinson ; a Hal B. Wallis production ; directed by Sam Wood.|