Stella Dallas

Directed by: King Vidor, USA, 1937

USA, 1937
Plakatmotiv Stella Dallas, © Goldwyn Company

Cast and Credits

Production Samuel Goldwyn Company
Distribution United Artists
Producer Samuel Goldwyn [Presenter]
Associate Producer Merritt Hulburd
Production Manager Robert McIntyre
Director King Vidor
Assistant Director Walter Mayo
Scenario Harry Wagstaff Gribble
Gertrude Purcell
Based on Olive Higgins Prouty [Novel]
Director of Photography Rudolph Maté
Composer Alfred Newman
Editor Sherman Todd
Art Director Richard Day
Costume Design Omar Kiam
Cast Barbara Stanwyck [Stella Martin / Stella Dallas]
John Boles [Stephen Dallas]
Anne Shirley [Laurel Dallas]
Barbara O'Neil [Helen Morrison Dallas]
Alan Hale [Ed Munn]
Marjorie Main [Mrs. Martin]
George Walcott [Charlie Martin]
Jimmy Butler [Cornelius Morrison grown up]
Ann Doran [Undetermined Secondary Role (not credited) (uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Jack Egger [John Morrison]
Tim Holt [Richard Grosvenor III]
Dickie Jones [Lee Morrison]
Bruce Satterlee [Cornelius Morrison]
Ann Shoemaker [Miss Margaret Phillibrown]
Nella Walker [Mrs. Grosvenor]
Jessie Arnold [Ed's Landlady (not credited)]
Harry Bowen [Man Watching Wedding Behind Stella (not credited) (uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Harlan Briggs [Mr. Beamer (not credited)]
Heinie Conklin [Train Passenger (not credited)]
Laraine Day [Girl at Soda Shop / Train Passenger (not credited)]
Frank Dickson [Minor Role (not credited)]
Lester Dorr [Man on Train (not credited)]
Rex Downing [Unconfirmed Secondary Role (not credited) (uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Edythe Elliott [Department Store Clerk (not credited)]
Edmund Elton [Mr. 'Pop' Martin (not credited)]
Frank Filban [Minor Role (not credited)]
Mildred Gover [Agnes - the Maid (not credited)]
Lynda Grey [Minor Role (not credited)]
Winifred Harris [Miss Phillibrown]
Robert E. Homans [Policeman Outside Wedding (not credited)]
Olin Howland [Stephen's Office Clerk (not credited)]
Jack Hunsaker [(not credited)]
Mitchell Ingraham [Minister (not credited)]
Isabel La Mal [Guest at River Club (not credited)]
Hazel Langton [Minor Role (not credited)]
Lon McCallister [Boy (not credited) (uncertain or unconfirmed)]
Etta McDaniel [Agnes (not credited)]
George Meeker [Spencer Chandler (not credited)]
Frances Morris [Morley's Secretary (not credited)]
Edmund Mortimer [Guest at River Club (not credited)]
Forbes Murray [Stephen's Business Friend (not credited)]
Vesey O'Davoren [Helen's Butler at Wedding (not credited)]
Michael Owen [Bit Part (not credited)]
Russ Powell [Itch Powder Victim on Train (not credited)]
Charles Richman [Stephen Dallas Sr. - Suicide Victim (not credited)]
Lynne Roberts [Student (not credited)]
Francis Sayles [Soda Shop Clerk (not credited)]
Gertrude Short [Carrie Jenkins (not credited)]
Edwin Stanley [Helen's Butler]
Paul Stanton [Arthur W. Morley (not credited)]
Bert Stevens [Guest at River Club (not credited)]
Dorothy Vaughan [Martha (not credited)]
Lillian Yarbo [Gladys (not credited)]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,Length: 104 minutes, 12 reels
Sound System: mono
First Screening: July 23, 1937 in New York
US Copyright: August 24, 1937 - ©LP 7358
Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist
Szenenphoto aus Stella Dallas, © Goldwyn Company

General Information

Stella Dallas is a motion picture produced in the year 1937 as a USA production. The Film was directed by King Vidor, with Barbara Stanwyck, John Boles, Anne Shirley, Barbara O'Neil, Alan Hale, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Stella Dallas available.

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