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Doubting Thomas (1935)

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Running Time
1 hour, 13 minutes

Country USA

Production Companies
Fox Film Corporation

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Other Titles
• Doubting Thomas (1935)



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Genre: Comedy


         

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 Directed by
David Butler
Calamity Jane, Road to Morocco, By the Light of the Silvery Moon
 Written by
William M. Conselman
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Bartlett Cormack
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 Cast
Will Rogers
Judge Priest, A Connecticut Yankee, Business and Pleasure
Billie Burke
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Alison Skipworth
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Sterling Holloway
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Andrew Tombes
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Gail Patrick
My Man Godfrey, My Favorite Wife, Stage Door
Frances Grant
Rich Relations
[more]
 Music By
Arthur Lange
The Woman in the Window, The Great Ziegfeld, Big Jim McLain



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