Meet the Wildcat (1940)

11/22/1940 (US) Mystery 1h 6m
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Ralph Bellamy and Margaret Lindsay, stars of Columbia's "Ellery Queen" series, let their hair down and went "screwball" in the Universal comedy-mystery Meet the Wildcat. Bellamy plays a New York gumshoe on the trail of an art thief. His investigation is confounded by the presence of snoopy girl reporter Lindsay.

  1. Arthur Lubin


  2. Alex Gottlieb


Top Billed Cast

  1. Margaret Lindsay

    Margaret Lindsay

    Ann Larkin

  2. Ralph Bellamy

    Ralph Bellamy

    Lt. Brad Williams

  3. Allen Jenkins

    Allen Jenkins

    Max Schwydel

  4. Jerome Cowan

    Jerome Cowan

    Digby Vanderhood III

  5. Frank Puglia

    Frank Puglia

    Chief of Police

  6. Joseph Schildkraut

    Joseph Schildkraut

    Leon Dumeray

  7. Rudolph Anders

    Rudolph Anders


  8. Guy D'Ennery

    Guy D'Ennery


  9. Gloria Franklin

    Annabelle Lee

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Meet the Wildcat

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Original Language English

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