Second Fiddle

The show that licked the World's Fair!

Genre: Comedy
Studio publicist discovers Minnesota skating teacher and takes her to Hollywood. She goes back to Minnesota but he follows her.
Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1939-06-30
Run time: 85 minute / 1:25
Director: Sidney Lanfield
Production Company : 20th Century Fox
Production Country: United States of America

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Sonja Henie
as Trudi Hovland
Tyrone Power
as Jimmy Sutton
Rudy Vallee
as Roger Maxwell
Edna May Oliver
as Aunt Phoebe
Mary Healy
as Jean Varick
Lyle Talbot
as Willie Hogger
Alan Dinehart
as George Whitney
Minna Gombell
as Jenny
Stewart Reburn
as Trudi's Skating Partner
Spencer Charters
as Joe Clayton
Charles Brokaw
as Assistant Director
John Hiestand
as Radio Announcer
George Chandler
as Taxi Driver
Irving Bacon
as Harvey Vaughan
Maurice Cass
as Alex Blank
Don Ackerman
as Dancer
Ernie Alexander
as Photographer
Herbert Ashley
as Highway Patrolman
Jean Ashton
as (uncredited)
Lee Bailey
as (uncredited)
Monica Bannister
as (uncredited)
Patsy Bedell
as Dancer (uncredited)
John Benson
as Skater (uncredited)
Angela Blue
as Dancer (uncredited)
Eugene Borden
as French Radio Broadcaster
Bill Brande
as (uncredited)
Betty Brian
as Vocal Trio Member
Doris Brian
as Vocal Trio Member
Gwen Brian
as Vocal Trio Member
Tex Brodus
as (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks
as Nightclub Patron
Annabelle Brudie
as (uncredited)
Marianne Brudie
as (uncredited)
Betsy Burton
as (uncredited)
A.S. Byron
as (uncredited)
James Caesar
as (uncredited)
Barbara Carabin
as (uncredited)
Lloyd Carlos
as (uncredited)
Bud Carpenter
as Dancer
Jack Chefe
as Nightclub Patron
Bob Christy
as (uncredited)
Dora Clement
as Hairdresser
Noel Coffey
as (uncredited)
Frank Coghlan Jr.
as Studio Call Boy
Diane Cook
as (uncredited)
Ray Cooke
as Pool Party Photographer
James Cooley
as (uncredited)
Pauline Craig
as (uncredited)
Midgie Dare
as (uncredited)
Grace Davies
as (uncredited)
John Dawson
as (uncredited)
Donald Douglas
as Film Director
Eddie Dunn
as Road Construction Workman
Edward Earle
as Gregg
June Earle
as (uncredited)
Oliver Eckhardt
as (uncredited)
Paul Ellis
as Spanish Radio Broadcaster
Fern Emmett
as Townswoman
Frank Erickson
as (uncredited)
Shirley Ann Ewins
as (uncredited)
John Matt Farrell
as (uncredited)
Grace Gale
as Dancer
Mildred Gaye
as Dancer
Sugar Geise
as Dancer
Marny George
as (uncredited)
Alyce Goering
as Dancer
James Gonzalez
as (uncredited)
Harold Goodwin
as Pool Party Photographer
Jimmy Grant
as (uncredited)
Irving Gregg
as Dancer
Catherine Guy
as (uncredited)
Sol Haines
as Dancer
Ted Harper
as Minor Role
Edith Haskins
as Dancer
Jack Heasley
as (uncredited)
Tommy Hicks
as Fat Skater
Marian Hinds
as Minor Role
Leyland Hodgson
as Henry
Wilma Holly
as Minor Role
Edna Holmes
as Minor Role
George Holmes
as Minor Role
Norris Houser
as Minor Role
Jerry Jarrette
as Minor Role
Payne B. Johnson
as Boy
Therese Jorgensen
as Minor Role
Harry Joyce
as Minor Role
Jack Kearney
as Minor Role
Lynne Kelly
as Minor Role
Donald Kerr
as Pool Party Photographer
Marilyn Kinsley
as Dancer
Virginia Kucharski
as Minor Role
Donna La Barr
as Minor Role
Mike Lally
as Nightclub Patron
Charles Lane
as Studio Chief
Bud Lawler
as Dancer
Patricia Lee
as Minor Role
Barbara Leonard
as Hairdresser
Max Linder
as Man in Audience (uncredited)
Lois Lindsay
as Dancer
Robert Lowery
as Orchestra Leader
Bernard Lynam
as Minor Role
Warren Mace
as Minor Role
Charles Marsh
as Taxi Driver
Frank McGlynn Sr.
as Lincolnesque Actor
Margie McKay
as Dancer
Charles Meakin
as Minor Role
Bert Moorhouse
as Patron at Earl Carroll's
Gene Morgan
as Minor Role
Mildred Morris
as Minor Role
Forbes Murray
as Jack
George Murray
as Minor Role
A.S. Myron
as Minor Role
Gene Nelson
as Minor Role
William Newell
as Make-Up Artist
Barry Norton
as Nightclub Patron
Alex Novinsky
as Minor Role
Anne O'Neal
as Little Girl's Mother
Cliff Oddson
as Minor Role
Grant Peasley
as Minor Role
Patsy Perrin
as Minor Role
Wanda Perry
as Minor Role
Eleanor Peterson
as Dancer
Byron Poindexter
as Dancer
Lillian Porter
as Jimmy's Girlfriend
Victor Potel
as Steve - Crane Operator
June Preston
as Schoolroom Vocal Trio Member
Hal Rand
as Dancer
Randall Stevens
as Orchestra Leader
Arthur Rankin
as Assistant Director
Dick Redman
as Freddie
Roland Rego
as Minor Role
Vivian Reid
as Dancer
Sam Rice
as Minor Role
Belle Richards
as Dancer
Suzanne Ridgeway
as Premiere Attendee
Cyril Ring
as Florist
Dot Rogers
as Minor Role
Ramon Ros
as Dancer
Clarice Sherry
as Minor Role
James Sisk
as Minor Role
Larry Steers
as Premiere Attendee
George Stewart
as Dancer
Iva Stewart
as Stewardess
Mary Stewart
as Dancer
Henry Stinton
as Minor Role
Frank Sully
as Townsman
Gertrude Sutton
as Townswoman
Marcia Sweet
as Minor Role
Charles Tannen
as Assistant Director
LeRoy Tarp
as Minor Role
Ann Taylor
as Minor Role
Gene Thesloff
as Minor Role
Robert B. Tobin
as Minor Role
Valerie Traxler
as Minor Role
Minerva Urecal
as Miss Bland, the School Principal
Dale van Sickel
as Studio Musician
Wallace Van Sickle
as Minor Role
Frederick Vroom
as Minor Role
Kay Walker
as Minor Role
Dorothy Ward
as Dancer
Billy Wayne
as Make-Up Artist
Margo Webster
as Minor Role
Robert Weldon
as Minor Role
Bud Winters
as Minor Role
Victor Wong
as Chinese Radio Broadcaster
Marian Wood
as Minor Role
Dan Wyler
as Minor Role
Gil Perkins
as Studio Grip
Robert Pringle
as (uncredited)
Writing
Harry Tugend Writer

Production
Darryl F. Zanuck Executive Producer

Editing
Robert L. Simpson Editor

Art
Richard Day Art Direction
Thomas Little Set Decoration

Camera
Leon Shamroy Director of Photography

Writing
George Bradshaw Story

Art
Hans Peters Art Direction

Directing
Sidney Lanfield Director

Production
Gene Markey Producer

Costume & Make-Up
Royer Costume Design

Crew
Harry Losee Choreographer





















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