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Jack Conway

Released on July 23 of 1937 in the USA, "Saratoga" is a Drama/Comedy/Romance film directed by Jack Conway, and written by Anita Loos (screenplay) , starring Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Lionel Barrymore, Frank Morgan, Walter Pidgeon and Una Merkel.

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Who directed "Saratoga":

Saratoga was directed by Jack Conway, an American director, actor, and producer.

Before directing Saratoga, Jack Conway had directed A Star Is Born, released in 1937, Libeled Lady (1936), A Tale of Two Cities (1935), The Gay Bride (1934), The Girl from Missouri (1934), and Tarzan and His Mate (1934). Since, he directed A Yank at Oxford, released in 1938, Too Hot to Handle (1938), Boom Town (1940), Love Crazy (1941), Honky Tonk (1941), and Crossroads (1942).

When was "Saratoga" released:

Saratoga was first released on Friday, July 23, 1937, in the United States.. This was eighty-two (82) years ago.

It has been released on Sunday, December 04, 1938 in Germany.

What is the casting of "Saratoga":

At the casting of Saratoga we find Clark Gable, previously seen in Love on the Run (1936) and Cain and Mabel (1936); Jean Harlow (Libeled Lady (1936), Suzy (1936)); Lionel Barrymore (Captains Courageous (1937), A Family Affair (1937)) [ more... ]

  • Jonathan Hale and Clark Gable, Lionel Barrymore can also be seen in Land of Liberty, released in 1939.
  • Jean Harlow, Frank Morgan and Una Merkel also appeared together in Bombshell, released in 1933.
  • Clark Gable and Jean Harlow can both be seen in Red Dust, released in 1932.
  • Jean Harlow and Clark Gable also worked together in Hold Your Man, released in 1933.

What is the Storyline of "Saratoga":

Bookie Duke Bradley (Clark Gable) stops the bank from taking the stud of Grandpa Clayton (Lionel Barrymore). Carol Clayton (Jean Harlow) calls from England that she is going to marry the wealthy Hartley Madison (Walter Pidgeon). Duke tells her father, Frank Clayton (Jonathan Hale), and Grandpa. Broke, Frank gives Duke the deed to the family farm to pay his gambling debts. At the races, Duke takes bets and meets Hartley and Carol. Duke greets Fritzi (Una Merkel) with a kiss. During a race, Frank collapses [...]

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