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It Could Happen to You (1937 film)

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Directed by  Phil Rosen
Music by  Alberto Colombo
Initial release  1937
Music director  Alberto Colombo
Production company  Republic Pictures
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Produced by  Leonard Fields
Cinematography  Jack A. Marta
Director  Phil Rosen
Story by  Nathanael West
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Screenplay by  Samuel Ornitz Nathanael West
Starring  Alan Baxter Andrea Leeds Owen Davis Jr. Astrid Allwyn Walter Kingsford Al Shean
Cast  Andrea Leeds, Astrid Allwyn, Walter Kingsford, Al Shean, Alan Baxter
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It Could Happen to You is a 1937 American drama film directed by Phil Rosen and written by Samuel Ornitz and Nathanael West. The film stars Alan Baxter, Andrea Leeds, Owen Davis Jr., Astrid Allwyn, Walter Kingsford and Al Shean. The film was released on June 28, 1937, by Republic Pictures.

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Cast

  • Alan Baxter as Bob Ames
  • Andrea Leeds as Laura Compton
  • Owen Davis Jr. as Fred Barrett
  • Astrid Allwyn as Angela
  • Walter Kingsford as Prof. Schwab
  • Al Shean as Max 'Pa' Barrett
  • Christian Rub as Clavish
  • Elsa Janssen as Mrs. Clavish
  • Edward Colebrook as Pogano
  • Stanley King as Detective
  • Nina Campana as Italian Woman
  • Frank Yaconelli as Greek
  • John Hamilton as Judge
  • Paul Stanton as District Attorney
  • Bob Murphy as Moriarity
  • Cy Kendall as Detective
  • Robert Andersen as Swede
  • Bert Sprotte as German
  • Sada Simmons as Swedish Woman
  • Hans Joby as Small German
  • References

    It Could Happen to You (1937 film) Wikipedia


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