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Nob Hill (1945)





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Set in turn-of-the-century San Francisco, this musical focuses on Barbary Coast saloonkeeper Tony Angel, who endears himself to patrons and pedestrians alike by tossing out silver dollars at the slightest provocation. Though Tony is loved by saloon singer Sally Templeton, he only has eyes for Nob Hill socialite Harriet Carruthers.


George Raft
as Tony Angelo
Joan Bennett
as Harriet Carruthers
Vivian Blaine
as Sally Templeton
Peggy Ann Garner
as Katie Flanagan
Alan Reed Sr.
as Dapper Jack Harrigan
B.S. Pully
as Joe the Bartender
Emil Coleman
as Pianist
Edgar Barrier
as Lash Carruthers
Don Costello
as Fighting Bartender
Joseph J. Greene
as Headwaiter
William Haade
as Big Time
Mike Mazurki
as Rafferty's Fighter
W. Beal Wong
as Chinese Servant
George Lee
as Chinese Servant
Charles Cane
as Chips Conlon
Otto Reichow
as Swedish Sailor
Harry Shannon
as Policeman
Tom Dillon
as Policeman
Ralph Peters
as Policeman
Brooks Hunt
as Policeman
Harry Strang
as Policeman
Edna Mae Jones
as Dance Hall Girl
Chief Thundercloud
as Indian Chief
Susan Scott
as Slummer
Ralph Sanford
as Politician
Arthur Thalasso
as Politician
Edward Keane
as Politician
Eddie Hart
as Politician
George Lloyd
as Politician
Sam Flint
as Politician
Benson Fong
as Chinese Boy
Olive Blakeney
as Housekeeper
Sven Hugo Borg
as Swedish Sailor
George Blagoi
as Swedish Sailor
Joe Smith
as Charlie - a Waiter
George H. Reed
as Black Man at El Dorado
George McKay
as Newsboy
Helen O'Hara
as Showgirl
Dorothy Ford
as Tall Showgirl in Sally's Act
Paul Everton
as Undetermined Role
Anita Bolster
as Houskeeper
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