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Too Much Johnson (1938)

05/11/1938 (US) Comedy 1h 6m
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Overview

This film was not intended to stand by itself, but was designed as the cinematic aspect of Welles' Mercury Theatre stage presentation of William Gillette's 1894 comedy about a New York playboy who flees from the violent husband of his mistress and borrows the identity of a plantation owner in Cuba who is expecting the arrival of a mail order bride.

  1. Orson Welles

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Joseph Cotten

    Joseph Cotten

    Augustus Billings

  2. Virginia Nicholson

    Lenore Faddish

  3. Arlene Francis

    Arlene Francis

    Mrs. Dathis

  4. Mary Wickes

    Mary Wickes

    Mrs. Battison

  5. Orson Welles

    Orson Welles

    Keystone Kop

  6. John Houseman

    John Houseman

    Duelist

  7. Judy Holliday

    Judy Holliday

    (uncredited)

  8. Edgar Barrier

    Edgar Barrier

    Leon Dathis

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Too Much Johnson

Status Released

Original Language English

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