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The Foxes of Harrow (1947)





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Frank Yerby's Foxes of Harrow was one of those long historical novels so popular in the 1940s. 20th Century-Fox boiled the novel down into 118 minutes' worth of essentials for this film version. In antebellum New Orleans, roguish Irish gambler Rex Harrison buys his way into society--something he couldn't do in his homeland because he is illegitimate. Sequestering himself in a mansion won in a card game, Harrison courts Southern belle Maureen O'Hara, but their subsequent marriage is befouled by Rex's incessant womanizing. Though tempted to walk out for good, O'Hara stays by her husband's side after he loses his fortune, hoping that the impoverished Harrison will now behave more responsibly. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Rex Harrison
as Stephen Fox
Maureen O'Hara
as Odalie 'Lilli' D'Arceneaux
Richard Haydn
as Andre LeBlanc
Victor McLaglen
as Captain Mike Farrell
Vanessa Brown
as Aurore D'Arceneaux
Gene Lockhart
as The Vicomte
Charles Irwin
as Sean Fox
Hugo Haas
as Hugo Ludenbach
Roy Roberts
as Tom Warren
Dennis Hoey
as Master of Harrow
Libby Taylor
as Angelina
Renee Beard
as Little Inch
Perry William Ward
as Etienne Fox (age 6)
Clear Nelson Jr.
as Little Inch (age 3)
James Lagano
as Etienne (age 3)
Dorothy Adams
as Mrs. Fox
Celia Lovsky
as Minna Ludenbach
Eugene Borden
as French Auctioneer
Bernard DeRoux
as Creole Waiter
Frederick Burton
as Creole Gentleman
Randy Stuart
as Mother of Stephen Fox
A.C. Bilbrew
as Tante Caleen
André Charlot
as Dr. Terrebone
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