The Kid from Spain

Directed by: Leo McCarey, Busby Berkeley, , USA, 1932

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Cast and Credits

Producer Samuel Goldwyn
Director Leo McCarey
Busby Berkeley [Choreographie]
Assistant Director Fred Zinnemann [Asst. von Busby Berkeley]
Scenario Bert Kalmar
William Anthony McGuire
Harry Ruby
Director of Photography Gregg Toland
Editor Stuart Heisler
Art Director Richard Day
Costume Design Milo Anderson
Cast Noah Beery [Alonzo Gomez]
Eddie Cantor [Eddie Williams/Don Sebastian II]
Shirley Chambers [Goldwyn Girl (not credited)]
Dorothy Coonan [Not credited]
Stanley Fields [Jose]
Paulette Goddard [Goldwyn Girl (not credited)]
Samuel Goldwyn Company
Ruth Hall [Anita Gomez]
John Miljan [Panmcho, Anitas Bruder]
J. Carrol Naish [Pedro, Rosalies Vater]
Robert Emmett O'Connor [Det. Crawford]
Paul Porcasi [Gonzales]
Lyda Roberti [Rosalie]
Jane Wyman [Goldwyn Girl (not credited)]
Jane Wyman [Ricardo]

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Black and White,Length: 96 minutes
Sound System: mono
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General Information

The Kid from Spain is a motion picture produced in the year 1932 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Leo McCarey, Busby Berkeley, with Shirley Chambers, Lyda Roberti, Eddie Cantor, , Ruth Hall, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Kid from Spain available.



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