The Big Hangover Trailer

The Big Hangover Trailer (1950)

26 May 1950 82 mins

A young law school graduate is hired by a prestigious firm, but he neglects to inform them he is allergic to even a single whiff of alcohol.

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Cast

Van Johnson

as David Maldon

Van Johnson

as David Muldon

Elizabeth Taylor

as Mary Belney

Leon Ames

as Carl Bellcap

Gene Lockhart

as Charles Parkford

Percy Waram

as John Belney

Fay Holden

as Martha Belney

Edgar Buchanan

as Uncle Fred Mahoney

Selena Royle

as Kate Mahoney

Rosemary DeCamp

as Claire Bellcap

Philip Ahn

as Dr. Lee

Gordon Richards

as Williams

Matt Moore

as Rumlie

Pierre Watkin

as Samuel C. Long

Russell Hicks

as Steve Hughes

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 26 May 1950

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