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Poster of The Lost Weekend

The Lost Weekend

Release Date: Thursday, November 29 1945 (77 years ago)
Portrait of Ray MillandRay Milland
Don Birnam
Ray Milland was:
Portrait of Jane WymanJane Wyman
Helen St. James
Jane Wyman was:
Portrait of Phillip TerryPhillip Terry
Wick Birnam
Phillip Terry was:
Portrait of Howard Da SilvaHoward Da Silva
Nat the Bartender
Howard Da Silva was:
Portrait of Doris DowlingDoris Dowling
Doris Dowling was:
Portrait of Frank FaylenFrank Faylen
'Bim' Nolan
Frank Faylen was:
Portrait of Mary YoungMary Young
Mrs. Deveridge
Mary Young was:
Portrait of Anita Sharp-BolsterAnita Sharp-Bolster
Mrs. Foley
Anita Sharp-Bolster was:
Portrait of Lillian FontaineLillian Fontaine
Mrs. Charles St. James
Lillian Fontaine was:
Portrait of Frank OrthFrank Orth
Opera Cloak Room Attendant
Frank Orth was:
Portrait of Lewis L. RussellLewis L. Russell
Charles St. James
Lewis L. Russell was:
Portrait of Andy AndrewsAndy Andrews
Alcoholic (uncredited)
Andy Andrews was:
Portrait of Walter BaldwinWalter Baldwin
Man from Albany (uncredited)
Walter Baldwin was:
Portrait of Harry BarrisHarry Barris
Pianist at Harry & Joe's (uncredited)
Harry Barris was:
Portrait of Jess Lee BrooksJess Lee Brooks
Jess Lee Brooks was:
Portrait of Jack Rube CliffordJack Rube Clifford
Guard (uncredited)
Jack Rube Clifford was:
Portrait of David ClydeDavid Clyde
Dave (uncredited)
David Clyde was:
Portrait of James ConatyJames Conaty
Man in Nightclub Washroom (uncredited)
James Conaty was:
Portrait of Willa Pearl CurtisWilla Pearl Curtis
Mrs. Wertheim's Assistant (uncredited)
Willa Pearl Curtis was:
Portrait of John DeauvilleJohn Deauville
Cloakroom Attendant (uncredited)
John Deauville was:
Portrait of Helen DicksonHelen Dickson
Mrs. Frink (uncredited)
Helen Dickson was:
Portrait of Franklyn FarnumFranklyn Farnum
Concert Attendee (uncredited)
Franklyn Farnum was:
Portrait of Byron FoulgerByron Foulger
Shopkeeper (uncredited)
Byron Foulger was:
Portrait of Jayne HazardJayne Hazard
M. (uncredited)
Jayne Hazard was:
Portrait of Ted HechtTed Hecht
Man with Bandaged Ear (uncredited)
Ted Hecht was:
Portrait of Ernest HilliardErnest Hilliard
Headwaiter (uncredited)
Ernest Hilliard was:
Portrait of Earle HymanEarle Hyman
Smoking Man (uncredited)
Earle Hyman was:
Portrait of Jerry JamesJerry James
Male Nurse (uncredited)
Jerry James was:
Portrait of Stan JohnsonStan Johnson
Nurse (uncredited)
Stan Johnson was:
Portrait of Jack W. JohnstonJack W. Johnston
Nightclub Guest (uncredited)
Jack W. Johnston was:
Portrait of Karl 'Karchy' KosiczkyKarl 'Karchy' Kosiczky
Baby (uncredited)
Karl 'Karchy' Kosiczky was:
Portrait of Eddie LaughtonEddie Laughton
Mr. Brophy (uncredited)
Eddie Laughton was:
Portrait of Perc LaundersPerc Launders
Doorman (uncredited)
Perc Launders was:
Portrait of Audrey LongAudrey Long
Cloak Room Attendant (uncredited)
Audrey Long was:
Portrait of Bertram MarburghBertram Marburgh
Jewish Man (uncredited)
Bertram Marburgh was:
Portrait of William MeaderWilliam Meader
Hardware Man (uncredited)
William Meader was:
Portrait of James MillicanJames Millican
Nurse (uncredited)
James Millican was:
Portrait of Frank MillsFrank Mills
Drunk in Alcoholic Ward (uncredited)
Frank Mills was:
Portrait of Pat MoriarityPat Moriarity
Irishman (uncredited)
Pat Moriarity was:
Portrait of William NewellWilliam Newell
Liquor Store Proprietor (uncredited)
William Newell was:
Portrait of William O'LearyWilliam O'Leary
Irishman (uncredited)
William O'Leary was:
Portrait of Peter PotterPeter Potter
Shaky and Sweaty Man (uncredited)
Peter Potter was:
Portrait of Stanley PriceStanley Price
Fruit Clerk (uncredited)
Stanley Price was:
Portrait of Craig ReynoldsCraig Reynolds
George (uncredited)
Craig Reynolds was:
Portrait of Lester SharpeLester Sharpe
Jewish Man (uncredited)
Lester Sharpe was:
Portrait of Lee ShumwayLee Shumway
Guard (uncredited)
Lee Shumway was:
Portrait of Douglas SpencerDouglas Spencer
Hospital Patient Seeing Imaginary Beetles (uncredited)
Douglas Spencer was:
Portrait of Al StewartAl Stewart
Mattress Man (uncredited)
Al Stewart was:
Portrait of Amzie StricklandAmzie Strickland
Woman in Bar (uncredited)
Amzie Strickland was:
Portrait of Harry TenbrookHarry Tenbrook
Drunk in Alcoholic Ward (uncredited)
Harry Tenbrook was:
Portrait of Fred 'Snowflake' ToonesFred 'Snowflake' Toones
Washroom Attendant at Harry & Joe's (uncredited)
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones was:
Portrait of Emmett VoganEmmett Vogan
Doctor (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan was:
Portrait of Max WagnerMax Wagner
Mike (uncredited)
Max Wagner was:
Portrait of Milton WallaceMilton Wallace
Pawnbroker with Helen's Coat (uncredited)
Milton Wallace was:
Portrait of Gisela WerbisekGisela Werbisek
Mrs. Wertheim (uncredited)
Gisela Werbisek was:
Portrait of Crane WhitleyCrane Whitley
Waiter at Harry & Joe's Bar (uncredited)
Crane Whitley was:
Portrait of Ernest WhitmanErnest Whitman
Black Man Talking to Himself (uncredited)
Ernest Whitman was:
Portrait of Harry WilsonHarry Wilson
Drunk (uncredited)
Harry Wilson was:
Portrait of Isabel WithersIsabel Withers
Woman Before Pawn Shop (uncredited)
Isabel Withers was:
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