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Arsenic and Old Lace  (1944)

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The movie Arsenic and Old Lace, released in 1944 and directed by Frank Capra with Sol Polito as cinematographer and editing by Daniel Mandell.
Directed by | Frank Capra
Cinematography by | Sol Polito
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Country | USA
Language | English, German
Genres | Comedy, Crime, Thriller

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Mortimer Brewster
Elaine Harper
Jonathan Brewster
Mr. Witherspoon
Dr. Einstein
Lt. Rooney
Abby Brewster
Martha Brewster
'Teddy Roosevelt' Brewster
Reverend Harper
Taxi Cab Driver
Judge Cullman
Dr. Gilchrist
Marriage License Clerk
Graveyard Raven
New York Pitcher
Undetermined Supporting Role
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Photographer At Marriage License Office
Young Man In Line
Undetermined Supporting Role
Drummer At Baseball Game
Man In Phone Booth
Young Woman In Line
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Stand-in: Cary Grant
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