Kitty Foyle 81 years old

The natural history of a woman

Kitty Foyle

Kitty Foyle, a hard-working white-collar girl from a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania low, middle-class family, meets and falls in love with young socialite Wyn Strafford but his family is against her.

Credits

Kitty Foyle Cast

Name Character
Dennis Morgan He was 32, 85 years old when he died as Wynnewood 'Wyn' Strafford VI
Walter Sande He was 34, 65 years old when he died as Trumpeter (uncredited)
Ray Teal He was 38, 74 years old when he died as Clarinet Player (uncredited)
Jan Wiley She was 24, 77 years old when she died as Miss Bala - Office Worker (uncredited)
Ginger Rogers She was 29, 83 years old when she died as Kitty Foyle
Larry Steers He was 52, 63 years old when he died as Man at Premiere (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks He was 36, 86 years old when he died as Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
Joseph E. Bernard He was 60, 78 years old when he died as Nightclub Waiter #1 (uncredited)
Dorothy Vaughan She was 30, 44 years old when she died as Mary - Second Charwoman (uncredited)
Florence Bates She was 52, 65 years old when she died as Customer
Edward McNamara He was 56, 60 years old when he died as Tim, the Doorman (uncredited)
Charles Quigley He was 34, 58 years old when he died as Bill - Office Worker (uncredited)
Helen Brown She was 23, 77 years old when she died as Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Mary Treen She was 33, 82 years old when she died as Pat Day
Tyler Brooke He was 54, 56 years old when he died as Husband in Prologue
Theodore von Eltz He was 47, 70 years old when he died as Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Doodles Weaver He was 29, 71 years old when he died as Pianist (uncredited)
Heather Angel She was 31, 77 years old when she died as Wife in Prologue
Edward Fielding He was 65, 69 years old when he died as Uncle Edgar
Nella Walker She was 54, 85 years old when she died as Aunt Jessica
Cecil Cunningham She was 52, 70 years old when she died as Grandmother
Brooks Benedict He was 44, 71 years old when he died as Speakeasy Patron - 100% American (uncredited)
Mary Currier She was 36, 92 years old when she died as Clerk at Delphine's (uncredited)
Fred Aldrich He was 36, 74 years old when he died as Man at Premiere / Policeman (uncredited)
Ernest Cossart He was 64, 74 years old when he died as Pop Foyle
James Craig He was 28, 73 years old when he died as Dr. Mark Eisen
Kay Linaker She was 27, 94 years old when she died as Wyn's wife
Gino Corrado He was 47, 89 years old when he died as Speakeasy Waiter (uncredited)
Gladys Cooper She was 52, 82 years old when she died as Mrs. Strafford
Pat Flaherty He was 14, 76 years old when he died as Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Odette Myrtil She was 42, 80 years old when she died as Delphine
Mike Lally He was 52, now 134 years old as Speakeasy Doorman (uncredited)
Max Davidson He was 65, 75 years old when he died as Flower Man (uncredited)
Mary Gordon She was 58, 81 years old when she died as Cleaning Lady
Eduardo Ciannelli He was 41, 70 years old when he died as Giono
Joe Whitehead as Porter (uncredited)
Tom Herbert He was 52, 57 years old when he died as Nightclub Waiter #2 (uncredited)
Max Linder He was 57, 41 years old when he died as Chauffeur (uncredited)
K.T. Stevens as Molly
Walter Kingsford He was 58, 75 years old when he died as Uncle Kenneth
Donald Kerr He was 1, 37 years old when he died as First New York Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Julie Carter as Second Girl in Elevator (uncredited)
Fay Helm She was 31, 94 years old when she died as Prim Girl (uncredited)
Tom Quinn He was 59, 17 years old when he died as Speakeasy / Night Club Patron (uncredited)
Charles Miller He was 83, 95 years old when he died as Doctor (uncredited)
May Boley She was 59, 81 years old when she died as Fainting Customer (uncredited)
Charles Irwin He was 53, 13 years old when he died as Drunk (uncredited)
Richard Nichols He was 5, now 86 years old as Wynnewood Strafford VII
Mel Ruick He was 42, 74 years old when he died as Bandleader and Violinist (uncredited)
Joey Ray He was 29, now 52 years old as Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
Frank Mills (British actor) He was 11, now 93 years old as Taxi Driver (uncredited)

Kitty Foyle Crew

Name Department
Vernon L. Walker as Special Effects. He was 46 (53) years old when He died Crew
Roy Webb as Original Music Composer. He was 52 (94) years old when He died Sound
Mel Berns as Makeup Artist. He was 43 (79) years old when He died Costume & Make-Up
Darrell Silvera as Set Decoration. He was 40 (82) years old when He died Art
Mark-Lee Kirk as Assistant Art Director. He was 45 (74) years old when He died Art
Van Nest Polglase as Art Direction. He was 42 (70) years old when He died Art
John L. Cass as Sound Recordist. He was 39 (50) years old when He died Sound
Robert De Grasse as Director of Photography. He was 40 (70) years old when He died Camera
Renié as Costume Design. She was 39 (90) years old when She died Costume & Make-Up
Harry E. Edington as Executive Producer. He was 52 (60) years old when He died Production
Sam Wood as Director. He was 57 (66) years old when He died Directing
Donald Ogden Stewart as Additional Dialogue. He was 46 (85) years old when He died Crew
David Hempstead as Producer. He was 31 (73) years old when He died Production
Argyle Nelson as Assistant Director. He was 39 (68) years old when He died Directing
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Kitty Foyle (81 years)

The natural history of a woman

  • Release day: Friday, December 27, 1940
  • Runtime: 108 minutes