Every Day's a Holiday1937
Released in the USA on December 18 of 1937, "Every Day's a Holiday" is a Comedy film directed by A. Edward Sutherland , starring Mae West, Edmund Lowe, Charles Butterworth, Charles Winninger, Walter Catlett and Lloyd Nolan.
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Who is the director of "Every Day's a Holiday":
Every Day's a Holiday was directed by A. Edward Sutherland, an English director, actor, producer, and writer.
Before making Every Day's a Holiday, A. Edward Sutherland had directed Diamond Jim, released in 1935, Mississippi (1935), International House (1933), Murders in the Zoo (1933), Mr. Robinson Crusoe (1932), and Palmy Days (1931). Since, he directed The Flying Deuces, released in 1939, Beyond Tomorrow (1940), The Boys from Syracuse (1940), One Night in the Tropics (1940), The Invisible Woman (1940), and Dixie (1943).
What was the release date of "Every Day's a Holiday":
Every Day's a Holiday was first released in the United States on Saturday, December 18, 1937.. This was eighty-one (81) years ago.
What is the cast of "Every Day's a Holiday":
At the casting of Every Day's a Holiday we find Mae West, previously seen in Klondike Annie (1936) and Goin' to Town (1935); Edmund Lowe (Gift of Gab (1934), Let's Fall in Love (1933)); Charles Butterworth (The Moon's Our Home (1936), Magnificent Obsession (1935)) [ more... ]
- Herman Bing, Lucien Prival, Allen Rogers, John 'Skins' Miller and Otto Fries also appeared together in The Merry Widow, released in 1934.
- John 'Skins' Miller and Walter Catlett, Louis Armstrong, Irving Bacon also appeared together in Here Comes the Groom, released in 1951.
- Irving Bacon and Roger Imhof, Adrian Morris can also be seen in The Grapes of Wrath, released in 1940.
- Otto Fries and Charles Butterworth, Herman Bing also appeared in The Cat and the Fiddle, released in 1934.
- Otto Fries and Herman Bing, Irving Bacon also worked together in Broadway Bill, released in 1934.
- Roger Imhof, Irving Bacon and John 'Skins' Miller can also be seen in San Francisco, released in 1936.
- Lloyd Nolan, John Indrisano and John 'Skins' Miller can also be seen in The Lemon Drop Kid, released in 1951.
- Chester Conklin, Francis McDonald and John 'Skins' Miller also worked together in The Perils of Pauline, released in 1947.
- Herman Bing, Adrian Morris and Francis McDonald also appeared in West Point of the Air, released in 1935.
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