Directed by David Butler, and written by James V. Kern (screenplay) and Arthur Phillips (additional dialogue), "Playmates" is a Comedy/Musical film, released on December 26 of 1941 in the USA , starring Kay Kyser, John Barrymore, Lupe Velez, Ginny Simms, May Robson and Patsy Kelly.
Who directed "Playmates":
Playmates was directed by David Butler, an American director, actor, writer, and producer.
Before Playmates, David Butler had directed You'll Find Out, released in 1940, If I Had My Way (1940), That's Right - You're Wrong (1939), Kentucky (1938), Ali Baba Goes to Town (1937), and Pigskin Parade (1936). Since, he directed The Princess and the Pirate, released in 1944, San Antonio (1945), Two Guys from Milwaukee (1946), The Time, the Place and the Girl (1946), My Wild Irish Rose (1947), and It's a Great Feeling (1949).
What was the release date of "Playmates":
Playmates was initally released in the United States on Friday, December 26, 1941.. This was seventy-eight (78) years ago.
What is the casting of "Playmates":
At the casting of Playmates we find Kay Kyser, previously seen in You'll Find Out (1940) and That's Right - You're Wrong (1939); John Barrymore (The Invisible Woman (1940), The Great Profile (1940)); Lupe Velez (Six Lessons from Madame La Zonga (1941), La Zandunga (1938)) [ more... ]
- Sully Mason and Kay Kyser, Ginny Simms, May Robson, Kay Kyser Band, Harry Babbitt also appeared in That's Right - You're Wrong, released in 1939.
- Kay Kyser, Ginny Simms, Kay Kyser Band, Harry Babbitt and Sully Mason also appeared in You'll Find Out, released in 1940.
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