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  1. Midnight: Directed by Mitchell Leisen. With Claudette Colbert, Don Ameche, John Barrymore, Francis Lederer. A chorus girl stranded in Paris is set up by a millionaire to break up his wife's affair with another man, while being romantically pursued by a cab driver.

  2. Golden Earrings: Directed by Mitchell Leisen. With Ray Milland, Marlene Dietrich, Murvyn Vye, Bruce Lester. On the eve of WW2, a British spy goes to Germany to obtain a secret poison-gas formula from a scientist but things go awry and he is saved by a beautiful nomadic gypsy woman.

  3. The Mating Season is a 1951 American comedy-drama romance film directed by Mitchell Leisen, and produced by Charles Brackett from a screenplay by Charles Brackett, Richard Breen, and Walter Reisch, based on the play Maggie by Caesar Dunn. The ensemble cast stars Gene Tierney, John Lund, Miriam Hopkins, and Thelma Ritter.

  4. All Classic Hollywood and Glam. citizenscreen:. Publicity photo of Veronica Lake for Mitchell Leisen’s I WANTED WINGS (1941)

  5. Cast includes Jack Oakie, Kitty Carlisle, Carl Brisson, Victor McLaglen, Dorothy Stickney, Gertrude Michael, Jessie Ralph, Charles Middleton, Donald Meek and Gail Patrick. Director Mitchell Leisen cameos as the bandleader. Aming the chorus girls are Lucille Ball and Ann Sheridan. Lost in the chorus boys are Alan Ladd, Dave O'Brien and Dennis O ...

  6. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › Ray_MillandRay Milland - Wikipedia

    Seguirono parti di comprimario in film di routine, e di attor giovane in commedie, fino al definitivo successo in Che bella vita (1937), diretto da Mitchell Leisen e interpretato al fianco di Jean Arthur. Nel 1938 interpretò uno dei tre eroici fratelli che si arruolano nella Legione Straniera in Beau Geste (1939), con Gary Cooper e Robert Preston.

  7. Death Takes a Holiday is a 1934 American pre-Code romantic drama starring Fredric March, Evelyn Venable and Guy Standing.It is based on the 1924 Italian play La morte in vacanza by Alberto Casella (1891–1957), as adapted in English for Broadway in 1929 by Walter Ferris.