My Son John

My Son John

My Son John est un film américain de Leo McCarey, sorti en 1952.



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  • Titre original : My Son John
  • Titre français : My Son John
  • Réalisation : Leo McCarey
  • Scénario : Myles Connolly, John Lee Mahin, Leo McCarey
  • Direction artistique : William Flannery, Hal Pereira
  • Décors : Sam Comer, Emile Kuri
  • Costumes : Edith Head
  • Maquillage : Wally Westmore
  • Photographie : Harry Stradling Sr.
  • Montage : Marvin Coil
  • Musique originale : Robert Emmett Dolan
  • Direction musicale : Robert Russell Bennett
  • Production : Leo McCarey
  • Société(s) de production : Rainbow Productions
  • Société(s) de distribution : Paramount Pictures, American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (1973)
  • Pays d’origine : Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
  • Langue : Anglais
  • Format : 1.37, Mono (Western Electric Recording), Noir et Blanc
  • Genre : Drame
  • Durée : 122 minutes
  • Dates de sortie :


  • Helen Hayes : Lucille Jefferson
  • Van Heflin : Stedman
  • Dean Jagger : Dan Jefferson
  • Robert Walker : John Jefferson
  • Minor Watson : Dr. Carver
  • Frank McHugh : Father O'Dowd
  • Richard Jaeckel : Chuck Jefferson
  • James Young : Ben Jefferson

Voir aussi

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