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THE LADY IS WILLING

USA 1942. Columbia Pictures Corp. — Mitchell Leisen's Productions.
Released through Columbia Pictures Corp.

CAST: Marlene Dietrich (Elizabeth Madden); Fred Mac Murray (Dr. Corey T. McBain); Aline MacMahon (Buddy); Stanley Bridges (Kenneth Hanline); Arline Judge (Frances); Roger Clark (Victor); Marietta Canty (Mary Lou); David James (Baby Corey); Ruth Ford (Myrtle); Harvey Stephens (Dr. Golding); Harry Shannon (Detective Sergeant Barnes); Elizabeth Risdon (Mrs. Cummings); Charles Lane (K.K. Miller); Murray Alper (Joe Quig); Kitty Kelly (Nellie Quig); Sterling Holloway (Arthur Miggle); Chester Clute (Income tax man); Robert Emmett Keane (Hotel manager); Eddie Acuff (Murphy); Myrtle Anderson, Lorna Dunn (Maids); Eugene Borden (Wine steward); Judith Linden (Airline stewardess); Neil Hamilton (Charlie); Helen Ainsworth (Interior decorator); Lou Fulton (Mop man); Billy Newell (Counter man); Jimmy Conlin (Bum); Charles Halton (Dr. Jones); Romaine Callender (Baldheaded man); Ray Walker (Reporter), Ernie Adams, Roy Crane (Doormen); Georgia Backus, Frances Morris (Nurses); Paul Oman (Violinist); Edward McWade (Boston doorman).

CREDITS: Mitchell Leisen (Director and Producer); James Edward Grant, Albert McCleery (Scenarists); Ted Tetzlaff (Photographer); Lionel Banks (Art Director); Rudolph Sternad (Associate Art Director); Eda Warren (Editor); Gowns for Marlene Dietrich by Irene; Hats for Marlene Dietrich by John Frederics; Jewels for Marlene Dietrich by Paul Flato; W. Franke Harling (Musical Score); Morris W. Stoloff (Musical Director); Douglas Dean (Dance Director); Lodge Cunningham (Sound Recorder); Francisco Alonso (Production Assistant); Bud Brill (Assistant to Mitchell Leisen); based on an original story by James Edward Grant.

SONG: "Strange Thing (And I Find You)" by Jack King (Music) and Gordon Clifford (Lyrics).

Black-and-White.2,484 meters, 92 minutes
Production Dates: August 11th — October 24th 1941.
Premiere: February 12th 1942.


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