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Poster of Mr. Lucky

Mr. Lucky

Release Date: Thursday, July 1 1943 (79 years ago)
Portrait of Cary GrantCary Grant
Joe Adams
Cary Grant was:
Portrait of Laraine DayLaraine Day
Dorothy Bryant
Laraine Day was:
Portrait of Charles BickfordCharles Bickford
Hard Swede
Charles Bickford was:
Portrait of Gladys CooperGladys Cooper
Captain Veronica Steadman
Gladys Cooper was:
Portrait of Alan CarneyAlan Carney
Crunk
Alan Carney was:
Portrait of Henry StephensonHenry Stephenson
Mr. Bryant
Henry Stephenson was:
Portrait of Paul StewartPaul Stewart
Zepp
Paul Stewart was:
Portrait of Kay JohnsonKay Johnson
Mrs. Mary Ostrander
Kay Johnson was:
Portrait of Erford GageErford Gage
Henchman
Erford Gage was:
Portrait of Walter KingsfordWalter Kingsford
Commissioner Hargraves
Walter Kingsford was:
Portrait of Florence BatesFlorence Bates
Mrs. Van Every
Florence Bates was:
Portrait of Sam AshSam Ash
Gambler (uncredited)
Sam Ash was:
Portrait of Edwin AugustEdwin August
Blood Bank Donor (uncredited)
Edwin August was:
Portrait of Walter BaconWalter Bacon
Passerby (uncredited)
Walter Bacon was:
Portrait of John BleiferJohn Bleifer
Siga (uncredited)
John Bleifer was:
Portrait of Don BrodieDon Brodie
Gaffer - Henchman (uncredited)
Don Brodie was:
Portrait of George CalligaGeorge Calliga
Gambler (uncredited)
George Calliga was:
Portrait of Charles CaneCharles Cane
Mr. Comstock (uncredited)
Charles Cane was:
Portrait of Rita CordayRita Corday
Girl (uncredited)
Rita Corday was:
Portrait of Joseph CrehanJoseph Crehan
Detective (uncredited)
Joseph Crehan was:
Portrait of Kernan CrippsKernan Cripps
Detective (uncredited)
Kernan Cripps was:
Portrait of Hal K. DawsonHal K. Dawson
Draft Board Doctor (uncredited)
Hal K. Dawson was:
Portrait of Jack DeeryJack Deery
Gambler (uncredited)
Jack Deery was:
Portrait of Helen DicksonHelen Dickson
War Relief Worker (uncredited)
Helen Dickson was:
Portrait of Edward FieldingEdward Fielding
Foster - Dorothy's Butler (uncredited)
Edward Fielding was:
Portrait of Budd FineBudd Fine
Stevedore (uncredited)
Budd Fine was:
Portrait of Sam FinnSam Finn
Gambler (uncredited)
Sam Finn was:
Portrait of Ray FlynnRay Flynn
Policeman (uncredited)
Ray Flynn was:
Portrait of Mary ForbesMary Forbes
War Relief Worker (uncredited)
Mary Forbes was:
Portrait of J. C. FowlerJ. C. Fowler
Gambler (uncredited)
J. C. Fowler was:
Portrait of Jack GarganJack Gargan
Reporter (uncredited)
Jack Gargan was:
Portrait of Karen X. GaylordKaren X. Gaylord
War Relief Worker (uncredited)
Karen X. Gaylord was:
Portrait of Rudy GermaneRudy Germane
Dealer (uncredited)
Rudy Germane was:
Portrait of Dick GordonDick Gordon
Dealer (uncredited)
Dick Gordon was:
Portrait of Chuck HamiltonChuck Hamilton
Stevedore (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton was:
Portrait of Sam HarrisSam Harris
Gambler (uncredited)
Sam Harris was:
Portrait of Ariel HeathAriel Heath
Girl (uncredited)
Ariel Heath was:
Portrait of Frank HenryFrank Henry
Reporter on Street (uncredited)
Frank Henry was:
Portrait of Lew HicksLew Hicks
Dock Worker (uncredited)
Lew Hicks was:
Portrait of Chet HuntleyChet Huntley
Radio Broadcaster (voice) (uncredited)
Chet Huntley was:
Portrait of Lloyd IngrahamLloyd Ingraham
Dorothy's Chauffeur (uncredited)
Lloyd Ingraham was:
Portrait of J. M. KerriganJ. M. Kerrigan
Mr. McDougal (uncredited)
J. M. Kerrigan was:
Portrait of Bert LeBaronBert LeBaron
Dock Worker (uncredited)
Bert LeBaron was:
Portrait of Max LinderMax Linder
Gambler (uncredited)
Max Linder was:
Portrait of Pat McKeePat McKee
Blood Bank Donor (uncredited)
Pat McKee was:
Portrait of Harold MillerHarold Miller
Gambler (uncredited)
Harold Miller was:
Portrait of Frank MillsFrank Mills
Slot Machine Workman (uncredited)
Frank Mills was:
Portrait of Daphne MooreDaphne Moore
Blood Bank Nurse (uncredited)
Daphne Moore was:
Portrait of Bert MoorhouseBert Moorhouse
Gambling Room Doorman (uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse was:
Portrait of Edmund MortimerEdmund Mortimer
Gambler (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer was:
Portrait of Al MurphyAl Murphy
Gambler (uncredited)
Al Murphy was:
Portrait of Emory ParnellEmory Parnell
Dock Watchman (uncredited)
Emory Parnell was:
Portrait of Hilda PlowrightHilda Plowright
Dorothy's Maid (uncredited)
Hilda Plowright was:
Portrait of Paul PowerPaul Power
Passerby (uncredited)
Paul Power was:
Portrait of Fred RapportFred Rapport
Gambler (uncredited)
Fred Rapport was:
Portrait of Cyril RingCyril Ring
Gambler (uncredited)
Cyril Ring was:
Portrait of Al RheinAl Rhein
Henchman (uncredited)
Al Rhein was:
Portrait of Dick RushDick Rush
Policeman (uncredited)
Dick Rush was:
Portrait of Mabel SmaneyMabel Smaney
Blood Bank Donor (uncredited)
Mabel Smaney was:
Portrait of Vladimir SokoloffVladimir Sokoloff
Greek Priest (uncredited)
Vladimir Sokoloff was:
Portrait of Robert StrangeRobert Strange
Captain Costello (uncredited)
Robert Strange was:
Portrait of Amzie StricklandAmzie Strickland
War Relief Worker (uncredited)
Amzie Strickland was:
Portrait of Mary StuartMary Stuart
Girl (uncredited)
Mary Stuart was:
Portrait of Ellinor VanderveerEllinor Vanderveer
Gambler (uncredited)
Ellinor Vanderveer was:
Portrait of Juan VarroJuan Varro
Joe Bascopolus (uncredited)
Juan Varro was:
Portrait of Isabel WithersIsabel Withers
Blood Bank Nurse (uncredited)
Isabel Withers was:
Portrait of Arthur YeomanArthur Yeoman
Reporter (uncredited)
Arthur Yeoman was:
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