Credits Lists

CAST AND CREDITS LIST FOR "THE FOUNTAINHEAD"

A Warner Bros. production and release, completed September 18, 1948, premiered June 23, 1949, released July 2, 1949
Producer: HENRY BLANKE
Director: KING VIDOR
Screenplay: AYN RAND (from her novel)
Photography: ROBERT BUNKS
Music: MAX STEINER
Art Director: EDWARD CARRERE
Editor: DAVID WEISBART
Length: 114 minutes

      The Players:
Howard Roark             GARY COOPER
Dominique [Francon/Wynand/Roark]
                         PATRICIA NEAL
Gail Wynand              RAYMOND MASSEY
Peter Keating            KENT SMITH
Ellsworth [M.] Toohey    ROBERT DOUGLASS
Henry Cameron            HENRY HULL
[Roger] Enright          RAY COLLINS
Chairman ["You've been wonderfully patient"]
                         MORONI OLSEN
Alvah Scarret            JEROME COWAN
---------unbilled, but on official cast sheets:------
Businessman [Opera Co.]  PAUL HARVEY
Superintendant [at granite quarry]
                         HARRY WOODS
Dean                     PAUL STANTON
Newsboy                  BOB ALDEN
Secretary ["Originality is fine, but why go to extremes?"]
                         TRISTRAM COFFIN
Vice President           ROY GORDON
Secretary                ISABEL WITHERS
Housekeeper              ADMIRA SESSIONS
Worker [Pasquale Orsini] TITO VUOLA
Worker                   BILL HAADE
Woman                    GAIL BONNEY
Businessman ["I play the stock market"]
                         THURSTON HALL
Society Woman ["comfortable and sloppy, and well, homey"]
                         DOROTHY CHRISTY
Young man                HARLAN WARDE
Guy Francon              JONATHAN HALE
Gordon Prescott          FRANK WILCOX
Reporter                 DOUGLAS KENNEDY
1st official ["You'll find you can't sue us"]
                         PIERRE WATKIN
Gus Webb                 JOHN DOUCET
2nd official ["What's a contract?"]
                         SELMER JACKSON
Young intellectual       JOHN ALVIN
Woman                    GERALDINE WALL
Old watchman             FRED KELSEY
Policeman                PAUL NEWLAN
Woman Guest              LOIS AUSTIN
Hostess ["I caught her reading 'The Banner'"]
                         JOSEPHINE WHITTELL
Man                      LESTER DORR
Shipping Clerk           BILL DAGWELL
1st director ["We've lost all our advertisers"]
                         CHARLES TROWBRIDGE
2nd director ["We're your board of directors"]
                         RUSSELL HICKS
3rd director             DAYMOND LARGAY
4th director ["Are we losing our shirts for principles?"]
                         CHARLES EVANS
Prosecutor               MORRIS ANKRUM
Judge                    GRIFF BARNETT
Foreman                  G. PAT COLLINS
Secretary [accepting dictation]
                         ANN DORAN
Secretary                RUTHELMA STEVENS
Clerk                    CREIGHTON HALE
Bailiff                  PHILO McCULLOUGH
Policeman                GEORGE SHERWOOD
---------unbilled, and not on any official cast sheet:------
Elevator operator        HOWARD QUINN

[Oddly enough, Jonathan Hale (playing architect Guy Francon) and Jerome Cowan (as architecturally-oblivious Alvah Scarret) were the two actors who at different times played the architect who was Dagwood's boss in the "Blondie" movies.]



CAST AND CREDITS LIST FOR "LOVE LETTERS"

A Hal Wallis Production for Paramount release, completed December 22, 1944, released August 26, 1945.
Producer: HAL B. WALLIS
Director: WILLIAM DIETERLE
First Assistant Director: RICHARD McWHORTER
Screenplay: AYN RAND
Source: "The Love Letters," a novel by CHRIS MASSEY
[The novel was titled "Pity My Simplicity" in the author's native Britain]
Photography: LEE GARMES
Special Effects: GORDON JENNINGS
Music: VICTOR YOUNG
Art Director: HANS DREIER and ROLAND ANDERSON
Editor: ANNE BAUCHES
Length: 101 minutes

     The Players:
Singleton                JENNIFER JONES
Alan Quinton             JOSEPH COTTEN
Dilly Carson             ANN RICHARDS
Helen Wentworth          ANITA LOUISE
Mack ["Gargoyle"]        CECIL KELLAWAY
Beatrice Remington       GLADYS COOPER
Derek Quinton            BYRON BARR (GIG YOUNG)
Roger Morland            ROBERT SULLY
Defense Attorney         REGINALD DENNY
Bishop                   ERNEST COSSARY
---------unbilled, but on official cast list------
Jim Connings             JAMES MULLICAN
Mr. Quinton              LUMSDEN HARE
Mrs. Quinton             WINIFRED HARRIS
Bishop's Wife            ETHEL MAY HALLS
Judge                    MATTHEW BOULTON
Postman                  DAVID CLYDE
Vicar                    IAN WOLFE
Dodd                     ALEC CRAIG
Jupp                     ARTHUR HOHL
Boy in library           CONRAD BINYON
Barmaid in Italian inn   NINA BORGET
Claire Foley             LOUISE CURRIE
Nurse                    MARY FIELD
Proprietor of Italian inn
                         GEORGE HUMBERT
Cart driver              CLIFFORD BROOKE
Old hag                  CONSTANCE PURDY
Elderly nurse            OTTALA NESMITH
Attendant                HELENA GRANT
Nurse                    CONNIE LEON
Jeannette Campbell       CATHERINE CRAIG



CAST AND CREDITS LIST FOR "YOU CAME ALONG"

A Hal Wallis Production for Paramount release, completed March 24, 1945, released June 1945.
Producer: HAL B. WALLIS
Director: JOHN FARROW
First Assistant Director: EDDIE SALVEN
Screenplay: ROBERT SMITH and AYN RAND
Source: original screen story by ROBERT SMITH
Photography: DANIEL L. FAPP., A.S.C.
Length: 104 minutes

     The Players:
[Maj.] Bob Collins       ROBERT CUMMINGS
Ivy Hotchkiss            LIZABETH SCOTT
Shakespeare [Capt. W. Anders]
                         DON DeFORE
Handsome [Lt. R. Janoschek]
                         CHARLES DRAKE
Joyce Heth               JULIE BISHOP
Frances Hotchkiss        KIM HUNTER
Bill Allen               ROBERT SULLY
Helen Forest             HERSELF
Col. Stubbs              RHYS WILLIAMS
Hotel Clerk              FRANKLIN PANGBORN
Uncle Jack               MINOR WATSON
Middle-aged Man          HOWARD FREEMAN
2nd Man                  ANDREW TOMBES
---------unbilled, but on official cast list------
Chairman                 LEWIS RUSSELL
Bellboy                  FRANK FAYLEN
Col. Anderson            WILL WRIGHT
Gertrude                 CINDY GARNER
Carol Dix                MARJORIE WOODWORN
Gloria Revere            RUTH ROMAN
Capt. Taylor             CRANE WHITLEY
Com. Nelson              JAMES MILLICAN
McCurren                 STAN JOHNSON
Chairman--Chicago        GEORGE M. CARLETON
Hotel Manager            JOHN GOLDSWORTHY
Secretary Hastings       JOY HARRINGTON
Airport Manager          BRUCE WARREN
Airport Official         WILLIAM B. DAVIDSON
Airport Attendant        REX LEASE
Sergeant                 EDDIE HALL
Rental Agent             ROBERT EMMETT KEANE
Minister                 NEAL DODD
Chaplain                 HUGH BEAUMONT
Hotel Clerk              EMMETT VOGAN
Hotel Clerk              TONY HUGHES
Hotel Clerk              BETTY FARRINGTON
Mail man                 NOLAN LEARY
Master of Ceremonies     GAYNE WHITMAN
Headwaiter               PAUL BIRATTI
Waiter                   OLIVER A. CROSS
Headwaitress--400 Club   ERNO VEREBES
Headwaiter               GEORGE RENEVANT
1st Showgirl             JEANE WILLES
2nd Showgirl             GRACE GILLERN
Showgirl                 JACQUELEEN ESKESON
Showgirl                 LUCY COCHRANE
Showgirl                 ELAINE RILEY
Blonde Chorus Girl       JAYNE HAZARD
Elderly Sales Lady       ISABEL RANDOLPH
Elevator Starter         TOM DILLON
Page boy                 JOHN JAMES
Bellboy                  GERALD PIERCE
Band Leader              HARRY BARRIS
Busboy                   ANGI O. POULOS
Proprietor of cafe       ANTONIO FILAURI
Private                  STEPHEN WAYNE
Taxi Driver              MAX WAGNER
Elderly Guard            DAVISON CLARK
Waiter                   BOB STEPHENSON
Waiter                   FREDERIC SANTLEY
French maid              ROBERTA DANIEL
Maestro                  CHARLES LA TORRE
Dowager                  FRANCES RAYMOND
Hatcheck Girl            JEAN CARLIN
Cigarette girl           NANCY BRINCHMAN
Messenger boy            JACK LINDQUIST
Models                   LINDA ENNIS
                         PEGGY O'NEIL
                         KATHLEEN DENNIO
                         ANN FREDERICK
                         PAT DENNISON
Flower Girl              GLORIA MARLEN
Reporter                 EDDIE LAUGHTON
Reporter                 HAL DAWSON
Reporter                 PERRY BANKE
Reporter                 LESTER DORR
Reporter                 MARGARET BRAYTON
Bit Boy                  BOBBY LAWSON
boy                      RALPH CATHEY
bit girls                PENNY HALE
                         AMITA DYNE
Dancers                  MARGARET BACON
                         LUCILLE CARROLL
                         CAROL RISSER
                         JANICE CAMERON
                         JUNE EARLE
                         PAT FLEMING
                         DOROTHY ROBERTS
                         LINN BROWN
Chorus Girls--400 Club   JUNE HARRIS
                         LUCY KNOCH
Bit                      JERRY JAMES