Home, Sweet Homicide1946

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Home, Sweet Homicide
Directed by:
Lloyd Bacon

Released on September 11 of 1946 in the USA, "Home, Sweet Homicide" is a Comedy/Mystery film directed by Lloyd Bacon . Peggy Ann Garner and Randolph Scott are starring, alongside Lynn Bari, Dean Stockwell, Connie Marshall and James Gleason.

Who is the director of "Home, Sweet Homicide":

Home, Sweet Homicide was directed by Lloyd Bacon, a director, and actor.

Before directing Home, Sweet Homicide, Lloyd Bacon had directed Sunday Dinner for a Soldier, released in 1944, The Sullivans (1944), Action in the North Atlantic (1943), Silver Queen (1942), Larceny, Inc. (1942), and Navy Blues (1941). Since, he directed Wake Up and Dream, released in 1946, I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now (1947), You Were Meant for Me (1948), It Happens Every Spring (1949), Miss Grant Takes Richmond (1949), and The Fuller Brush Girl (1950).

What was the release date of "Home, Sweet Homicide":

Home, Sweet Homicide was first released in the United States on Wednesday, September 11, 1946.. This was seventy-three (73) years ago.

Who is at the casting of "Home, Sweet Homicide":

At the casting of Home, Sweet Homicide we find Peggy Ann Garner, previously seen in Junior Miss (1945) and Nob Hill (1945); Randolph Scott (Abilene Town (1946), Captain Kidd (1945)); Lynn Bari (Shock (1946), The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1944)) [ more... ]

  • Peggy Ann Garner and Barbara Whiting also worked together in Junior Miss, released in 1945.
  • Peggy Ann Garner and Connie Marshall also appeared in Daisy Kenyon, released in 1947.
  • Lynn Bari and Anabel Shaw also appeared in Shock, released in 1946.

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