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What's The Movie The Lady Eve About?

Returning from a year up the Amazon studying snakes, the rich but unsophisticated Charles Pike meets con-artist Jean Harrington on a ship. They fall in love, but a misunderstanding causes them to split on bad terms. To get back at him, Jean disguises herself as an English lady, and comes back to tease and torment him.

Barbara Stanwyck has Henry Fonda Bewitched and Bewildered

What's The Genre Of The The Lady Eve Movie?

Genres: Comedy, Romance

Who Stars In The The Lady Eve Movie?

When Was The Motion Picture The Lady Eve Released?

Released: February 25, 1941

What's The Runtime Of The The Lady Eve Movie?

Runtime: 97.0

How Popular Is The The Lady Eve Movie?

Popularity Rating: 8.358

What Studio(s) Produced The The Lady Eve Film?

Paramount Pictures

United States of America

Who Was On The Cast Of The Motion Picture The Lady Eve?

Jean Harrington Barbara Stanwyck
Charles Pike Henry Fonda
'Colonel' Harrington Charles Coburn
Horace Pike Eugene Pallette
Muggsy William Demarest
Sir Alfred McGlennan Keith Eric Blore
Gerald Melville Cooper
Martha Martha O'Driscoll
Janet Pike Janet Beecher
Burrows Robert Greig
Gertrude Dora Clement
Emile, Pike's chef Luis Alberni
Ship's Waiter with Toupee (uncredited) Bobby Barber
Chauffeur (uncredited) Eddie Hall
Party Guest (uncredited) Arthur Stuart Hull
Party Guest (uncredited) Wilda Bennett
Party Guest (uncredited) Evelyn Beresford
Party Guest (uncredited) Georgie Cooper
Party Guest (uncredited) Kenneth Gibson
Party Guest (uncredited) Alfred Hall
Party Guest (uncredited) Bertram Marburgh
Party Guest (uncredited) George Melford
Party Guest (uncredited) Gayne Whitman
Man with Potted Palm (uncredited) Abdullah Abbas
Sir Alfred's Servant (uncredited) Norman Ainsley
Passenger on Ship (uncredited) Mary Akin
Passenger on Ship (uncredited) Jan Buckingham
Passenger on Ship (uncredited) Madge Crane
Passenger on Ship (uncredited) Mitchell Ingraham
Passenger on Ship (uncredited) Barry Norton
Passenger on Ship (uncredited) Robert Warwick
Husband on Ship (uncredited) Sam Ash
Husband on Ship (uncredited) Robert Dudley
Husband on Ship (uncredited) Cyril Ring
Lawyer (uncredited) Harry A. Bailey
Lawyer (uncredited) Jack W. Johnston
Lawyer (uncredited) Julius Tannen
Lawyer at Phone in Pike's Office (uncredited) Arthur Hoyt
Mac (uncredited) Ambrose Barker
First Butler at Party (uncredited) Wilson Benge
First Steward (uncredited) Al Bridge
Himself - Trailer Narrator (voice) (uncredited) Ken Carpenter
Third Steward (uncredited) Jimmy Conlin
Ship Passenger at Railing (uncredited) Nell Craig
Mother on Ship (uncredited) Eva Dennison
Mother on Ship (uncredited) Helen Dickson
Mother on Ship (uncredited) Betty Farrington
Mother on Ship (uncredited) Almeda Fowler
Man with Glasses on Ship (uncredited) Harry Depp
Social Secretary (uncredited) Pauline Drake
Tailor in Montage (uncredited) Franklyn Farnum
Young Man on Ship (uncredited) John Hartley
Sunbather on Ship (uncredited) Sheldon Jett
Father on Ship (uncredited) Richard Kipling
Father of Girl on Ship (uncredited) Jack Richardson
Daughter on Ship (uncredited) Wanda McKay
Daughter on Ship (uncredited) Ella Neal
Mr. Clink - Purser (uncredited) Torben Meyer
Wife on Ship (uncredited) Esther Michelson
Diner on Ship (uncredited) Harold Miller
Diner on Ship (uncredited) Bert Moorhouse
Diner on Ship (uncredited) Suzanne Ridgeway
Diner on Ship (uncredited) Ronald R. Rondell
Bartender at Pike's Party (uncredited) Frank Moran
Second Butler at Party (uncredited) Joseph North
Lady Wrestler Type on Ship (uncredited) Barbara Pepper
Sweetie (uncredited) Jean Phillips
Second Steward (uncredited) Victor Potel
Old Lady on Ship (uncredited) Frances Raymond
Piano Tuner (uncredited) Harry Rosenthal
Professor Jones (uncredited) Reginald Sheffield
Jeweler (uncredited) Larry Steers
Ship's Officer (uncredited) Bert Stevens
One of Pike's Cooks (uncredited) Dorothy Vernon
Sparky (uncredited) Wally Walker
Ship's Bartender (uncredited) Pat West

Who Was On The Crew Of The Lady Eve The Movie?

Art — Art Direction: Ernst Fegte
Art — Art Direction: Hans Dreier
Camera — Additional Camera: Guy Roe
Camera — Director of Photography: Victor Milner
Costume & Make-Up — Costume Design: Edith Head
Costume & Make-Up — Makeup Artist: Ben Nye
Costume & Make-Up — Makeup Artist: Wally Westmore
Costume & Make-Up — Set Dressing Artist: Sam Comer
Crew — Sound Recordist: Don Johnson
Crew — Sound Recordist: Harry Lindgren
Directing — Assistant Director: Barton Adams
Directing — Assistant Director: Mel Epstein
Directing — Director: Preston Sturges
Directing — Script Supervisor: Claire Behnke
Editing — Assistant Editor: Chandler House
Editing — Editor: Stuart Gilmore
Production — Executive Producer: William LeBaron
Production — Producer: Albert Lewin
Production — Producer: Buddy G. DeSylva
Production — Producer: Paul Jones
Sound — Music: Charles Bradshaw
Sound — Music: Gil Grau
Sound — Music: John Leipold
Sound — Music: Leo Shuken
Sound — Music: Phil Boutelje
Sound — Music: Sigmund Krumgold
Sound — Music Director: Sigmund Krumgold
Sound — Sound Engineer: Ray Cossar
Writing — Screenplay: Preston Sturges
Writing — Story: Monckton Hoffe

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