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Hollywood Star Parade Torch Song


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Joan Crawford , Michael Wilding with Gig Young , Marjorie Rambeau
A temperamental musical-comedy star comes to realise that love is more important than the insincere adulation she has grown used to in show-business.
(This Week's Films: page 9)


Unknown: Joan Crawford
Unknown: Michael Wilding
Unknown: Gig Young
Unknown: Marjorie Rambeau
Director: Charles Walters
Jenny Stewart: Joan Crawford
Tye Graham: Michael Wilding
Cliff Willard: Gig Young
Mrs Stewart: Marjorie Rambeau
Joe Denner: Henry Morgan
Martha: Dorothy Patrick
Philip Norton: James Todd
Gene, dance director: Eugene Loring
Monty Rolfe e: Paul Guilfoyle
Charlie Maylor: Benny Rubin
Peter: Peter Chong
Anne: Maidie Norman
Celia Stewart: Nancy Gates
Chuck Peters: Chris Warfield
Singer at party: Rudy Render

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Hollywood Star Parade Torch Song

BBC Two England, 13 July 1971 21.20

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