Doubting Thomas (0)

Doubting Thomas
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating NR
Runtime 1hr 18mins.
Genres Comedy, Short Film
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
  
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Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Jack Otterson Art Director 183 8
Frank Albertson Actor Jimmy Brown 1 8
Gail Patrick Actor Florence McCrickett 1 6
John Qualen Actor Von Blitzen 1 9
Fred Wallace Actor Teddy 1 12
Helen Freeman Actor Mrs. Sheppard 1 16
Ruth Warren Actor Jenny 1 14
Joseph A. Valentine Cinematographer 402 4
William Conselman Screenwriter 120461 3
Billie Burke Actor Paula Brown 1 2
Buddy G DeSylva Producer 3 2
Lynn Bari Actor Girl 1 1
Frances Meller Grant Actor Peggy Burns 1 2
Bartlett Cormack Screenwriter 120461 3
Alison Skipworth Actor Mrs. Pampinelli 1 3
George Kelly Play Author 120474 3
David Butler Director 2 1
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