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Redhead from Manhattan (1943)





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Mistaken identity forms the basis of this musical that tells the story of a pregnant Broadway star who has her twin sister replace her in a big show. Songs include: "Why Be Down-hearted?" "An Ounce of Bounce," "The Fiestango," "Let's Fall in Line," "I'm Undecided," and "Twiddlin My Thumbs."


Lupe Velez
as Rita Manners / Elaine Manners
Michael Duane
as Jimmy Randall
Gerald Mohr
as Chick Andrews
Tim Ryan
as Mike Glendon
Arthur Loft
as Sig Hammersmith
Clancy Cooper
as Policeman
Douglass Drake
as Marty Britt
Johnny Mitchell
as Marty Britt
Al Herman
as Bartender
Alma Carroll
as Telephone Operator
Shirley Patterson
as Telephone Operator
Ben Gerien
as Henchman
Peter Gunn
as Henchman
Stanley Brown
as Clarinet Player
Lynton Brent
as Musician
Peter Dunn
as Henchman
Donald Kerr
as Orchestra Leader
Robert E. Hill
as Counterman
Robert F. Hill
as Counterman
Larry Parks
as Man Flirt
Adele Mara
as Check Girl
Dewey Robinson
as Truck Driver
Roger Gray
as Fisherman
Frank Richards
as Fisherman
Gertrude Messinger
as Club Patron
John Estes
as Club Patron
Mickey Rentschler
as Club Patron
Connie Evans
as Club Patron
Ezelle Poule
as Club Patron
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