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Poster of The Lady Eve

The Lady Eve

Release Date: Tuesday, February 25 1941 (81 years ago)
Portrait of Barbara StanwyckBarbara Stanwyck
Jean Harrington
Barbara Stanwyck was:
Portrait of Henry FondaHenry Fonda
Charles Pike
Henry Fonda was:
Portrait of Charles CoburnCharles Coburn
'Colonel' Harrington
Charles Coburn was:
Portrait of Eugene PalletteEugene Pallette
Horace Pike
Eugene Pallette was:
Portrait of William DemarestWilliam Demarest
Muggsy
William Demarest was:
Portrait of Eric BloreEric Blore
Sir Alfred McGlennan Keith
Eric Blore was:
Portrait of Melville CooperMelville Cooper
Gerald
Melville Cooper was:
Portrait of Martha O'DriscollMartha O'Driscoll
Martha
Martha O'Driscoll was:
Portrait of Janet BeecherJanet Beecher
Janet Pike
Janet Beecher was:
Portrait of Robert GreigRobert Greig
Burrows
Robert Greig was:
Portrait of Dora ClementDora Clement
Gertrude
Dora Clement was:
Portrait of Luis AlberniLuis Alberni
Emile, Pike's chef
Luis Alberni was:
Portrait of Bobby BarberBobby Barber
Ship's Waiter with Toupee (uncredited)
Bobby Barber was:
Portrait of Eddie HallEddie Hall
Chauffeur (uncredited)
Eddie Hall was:
Portrait of Arthur Stuart HullArthur Stuart Hull
Party Guest (uncredited)
Arthur Stuart Hull was:
Portrait of Wilda BennettWilda Bennett
Party Guest (uncredited)
Wilda Bennett was:
Portrait of Evelyn BeresfordEvelyn Beresford
Party Guest (uncredited)
Evelyn Beresford was:
Portrait of Georgie CooperGeorgie Cooper
Party Guest (uncredited)
Georgie Cooper was:
Portrait of Bess FlowersBess Flowers
Party Guest (uncredited)
Bess Flowers was:
Portrait of Kenneth GibsonKenneth Gibson
Party Guest (uncredited)
Kenneth Gibson was:
Portrait of Alfred HallAlfred Hall
Party Guest (uncredited)
Alfred Hall was:
Portrait of Bertram MarburghBertram Marburgh
Party Guest (uncredited)
Bertram Marburgh was:
Portrait of George MelfordGeorge Melford
Party Guest (uncredited)
George Melford was:
Portrait of Gayne WhitmanGayne Whitman
Party Guest (uncredited)
Gayne Whitman was:
Portrait of Abdullah AbbasAbdullah Abbas
Man with Potted Palm (uncredited)
Abdullah Abbas was:
Portrait of Norman AinsleyNorman Ainsley
Sir Alfred's Servant (uncredited)
Norman Ainsley was:
Portrait of Mary AkinMary Akin
Passenger on Ship (uncredited)
Mary Akin was:
Portrait of Jan BuckinghamJan Buckingham
Passenger on Ship (uncredited)
Jan Buckingham was:
Portrait of Madge CraneMadge Crane
Passenger on Ship (uncredited)
Madge Crane was:
Portrait of Mitchell IngrahamMitchell Ingraham
Passenger on Ship (uncredited)
Mitchell Ingraham was:
Portrait of Barry NortonBarry Norton
Passenger on Ship (uncredited)
Barry Norton was:
Portrait of Robert WarwickRobert Warwick
Passenger on Ship (uncredited)
Robert Warwick was:
Portrait of Sam AshSam Ash
Husband on Ship (uncredited)
Sam Ash was:
Portrait of Robert DudleyRobert Dudley
Husband on Ship (uncredited)
Robert Dudley was:
Portrait of Cyril RingCyril Ring
Husband on Ship (uncredited)
Cyril Ring was:
Portrait of Harry A. BaileyHarry A. Bailey
Lawyer (uncredited)
Harry A. Bailey was:
Portrait of Jack W. JohnstonJack W. Johnston
Lawyer (uncredited)
Jack W. Johnston was:
Portrait of Julius TannenJulius Tannen
Lawyer (uncredited)
Julius Tannen was:
Portrait of Arthur HoytArthur Hoyt
Lawyer at Phone in Pike's Office (uncredited)
Arthur Hoyt was:
Portrait of Ambrose BarkerAmbrose Barker
Mac (uncredited)
Ambrose Barker was:
Portrait of Wilson BengeWilson Benge
First Butler at Party (uncredited)
Wilson Benge was:
Portrait of Al BridgeAl Bridge
First Steward (uncredited)
Al Bridge was:
Portrait of Ken CarpenterKen Carpenter
Himself - Trailer Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Ken Carpenter was:
Portrait of Jimmy ConlinJimmy Conlin
Third Steward (uncredited)
Jimmy Conlin was:
Portrait of Nell CraigNell Craig
Ship Passenger at Railing (uncredited)
Nell Craig was:
Portrait of Eva DennisonEva Dennison
Mother on Ship (uncredited)
Eva Dennison was:
Portrait of Helen DicksonHelen Dickson
Mother on Ship (uncredited)
Helen Dickson was:
Portrait of Betty FarringtonBetty Farrington
Mother on Ship (uncredited)
Betty Farrington was:
Portrait of Almeda FowlerAlmeda Fowler
Mother on Ship (uncredited)
Almeda Fowler was:
Portrait of Harry DeppHarry Depp
Man with Glasses on Ship (uncredited)
Harry Depp was:
Portrait of Pauline DrakePauline Drake
Social Secretary (uncredited)
Pauline Drake was:
Portrait of Franklyn FarnumFranklyn Farnum
Tailor in Montage (uncredited)
Franklyn Farnum was:
Portrait of John HartleyJohn Hartley
Young Man on Ship (uncredited)
John Hartley was:
Portrait of Sheldon JettSheldon Jett
Sunbather on Ship (uncredited)
Sheldon Jett was:
Portrait of Richard KiplingRichard Kipling
Father on Ship (uncredited)
Richard Kipling was:
Portrait of Jack RichardsonJack Richardson
Father of Girl on Ship (uncredited)
Jack Richardson was:
Portrait of Wanda McKayWanda McKay
Daughter on Ship (uncredited)
Wanda McKay was:
Portrait of Ella NealElla Neal
Daughter on Ship (uncredited)
Ella Neal was:
Portrait of Torben MeyerTorben Meyer
Mr. Clink - Purser (uncredited)
Torben Meyer was:
Portrait of Esther MichelsonEsther Michelson
Wife on Ship (uncredited)
Esther Michelson was:
Portrait of Bert MoorhouseBert Moorhouse
Diner on Ship (uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse was:
Portrait of Suzanne RidgwaySuzanne Ridgway
Diner on Ship (uncredited)
Suzanne Ridgway was:
Portrait of Ronald R. RondellRonald R. Rondell
Diner on Ship (uncredited)
Ronald R. Rondell was:
Portrait of Frank MoranFrank Moran
Bartender at Pike's Party (uncredited)
Frank Moran was:
Portrait of Joseph NorthJoseph North
Second Butler at Party (uncredited)
Joseph North was:
Portrait of Barbara PepperBarbara Pepper
Lady Wrestler Type on Ship (uncredited)
Barbara Pepper was:
Portrait of Jean PhillipsJean Phillips
Sweetie (uncredited)
Jean Phillips was:
Portrait of Victor PotelVictor Potel
Second Steward (uncredited)
Victor Potel was:
Portrait of Frances RaymondFrances Raymond
Old Lady on Ship (uncredited)
Frances Raymond was:
Portrait of Harry RosenthalHarry Rosenthal
Piano Tuner (uncredited)
Harry Rosenthal was:
Portrait of Reginald SheffieldReginald Sheffield
Professor Jones (uncredited)
Reginald Sheffield was:
Portrait of Larry SteersLarry Steers
Jeweler (uncredited)
Larry Steers was:
Portrait of Bert StevensBert Stevens
Ship's Officer (uncredited)
Bert Stevens was:
Portrait of Dorothy VernonDorothy Vernon
One of Pike's Cooks (uncredited)
Dorothy Vernon was:
Portrait of Wally WalkerWally Walker
Sparky (uncredited)
Wally Walker was:
Portrait of Pat WestPat West
Ship's Bartender (uncredited)
Pat West was:
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