Ziegfeld Follies
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Cast and credits
Year:1945
Country:United States
Language:English
Directed by Charles Walters
Robert Lewis
Norman Taurog
Vincente Minnelli
Roy Del Ruth
George Sidney
Screenplay by Everett Freeman
Max Liebman
Lou Holtz
Devery Freeman
Ralph Blane
Guy Bolton
Roger Edens
Harry Tugend
Samson Raphaelson
Erik Charell
Charles Walters
Eddie Cantor
Irving Brecher
George White
Story by Robert Lewis
Cast:
Himself (in "Heres to the Ladies")/Raffles (in "ThFred Astaire
Herself in Heres to the LadiesLucille Ball
Princess in This Heart of Mine/Moy Ling in LimehouLucille Bremer
Norma in A Sweepstakes TicketFanny Brice
The Star in A Great Lady Has An InterviewJudy Garland
Herself in BeautyKathryn Grayson
Herself in LoveLena Horne
Gentleman in The Babbit and the BromideGene Kelly
Alfredo in scene from La TraviataJames Melton
Lawyers Client in Pay the Two DollarsVictor Moore
J. Newton Numbskull in When Television ComesRed Skelton
Herself in A Water BalletEsther Williams
Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.William Powell
Lawyer in Pay the Two DollarsEdward Arnold
Dance SpecialtyCyd Charisse
Monty (in "A Sweepstakes Ticket")Hume Cronyn
Martin in A Sweepstakes TicketWilliam Frawley
Chinese Gentleman in Limehouse Blues/Telephone VoiRobert Lewis
Herself in Heres to the LadiesVirginia O'Brien
Caller in Number PleaseKeenan Wynn
Joyce Murray
Second Judge in Pay the Two DollarsWilliam B. Davidson
Eleanor Bayley
William Bailey
Duchess in This Heart of MineNaomi Childers
Porky in Number PleasePeter Lawford
Telephone Operator in Number PleaseAudrey Totter
Chorus BoyTommy Rall
Wilbur Mack
Major-Domo in This Heart of MineCharles Coleman
First Judge in Pay the Two DollarsJoseph Crehan
Butler in A Great Lady Has An InterviewRex Evans
Texan in Number PleaseGrady Sutton
Third Subway Policeman in Pay the Two DollarsEddie Dunn
Major-Domos Assistant in This Heart of MineSam Flint
Warden in Pay the Two DollarsHarry Hayden
Second Subway Policeman in Limehouse BluesRay Teal
Director of photography George J. Folsey
Charles Rosher
Produced by Arthur Freed
Costume Designer Helen Rose
Edited by Albert Akst