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Overview

Ten screenwriters collaborated on this series of tales concerning the effect a tailcoat cursed by its tailor has on those who wear it. The video release features a W.C. Fields segment not included in the original theatrical release.

  1. Julien Duvivier

    Director

  2. László Vadnay

    Writer

  3. Alan Campbell

    Writer

  4. Samuel Hoffenstein

    Writer

  5. László Görög

    Writer

  6. Ladislas Fodor

    Writer

  7. Donald Ogden Stewart

    Writer

  8. Ferenc Molnár

    Writer

  9. Henry Blankfort

    Writer

  10. Lamar Trotti

    Writer

  11. Ben Hecht

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Charles Boyer

    Charles Boyer

    Paul Orman

  2. Rita Hayworth

    Rita Hayworth

    Ethel Halloway

  3. Ginger Rogers

    Ginger Rogers

    Diane

  4. Henry Fonda

    Henry Fonda

    George

  5. Charles Laughton

    Charles Laughton

    Charles Smith

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Tales of Manhattan
Tales of Manhattan

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Status Released

Release Information

  • August 5, 1942
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 58m

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