The Stratton Story 73 years old

James Stewart - June Allyson, In The True Romance of The Year

The Stratton Story

Star major league pitcher Monty Stratton loses a leg in a hunting accident, but becomes determined to leave the game on his own terms.

Credits

The Stratton Story Cast

Name Character
James Stewart He was 41, 89 years old when he died as Monty Stratton
Agnes Moorehead She was 48, 73 years old when she died as Ma Stratton
Bill Williams He was 34, 77 years old when he died as Eddie Dibson
Frank Morgan He was 59, 59 years old when he died as Barney Wile
June Allyson She was 31, 88 years old when she died as Ethel
Robert Gist He was 31, 80 years old when he died as Earnie
Bruce Cowling He was 29, 66 years old when he died as Ted Lyons
Cliff Clark He was 59, 63 years old when he died as Josh Higgins
Dean White as Luke Appling
Mary Lawrence (actress) She was 30, 73 years old when she died as Dot

The Stratton Story Crew

Name Department
Adolph Deutsch as Original Music Composer. He was 51 (82) years old when He died Sound
Harold Rosson as Director of Photography. He was 54 (93) years old when He died Camera
Edwin B. Willis as Set Decoration. He was 56 (70) years old when He died Art
Guy Trosper as Screenplay. He was 38 (52) years old when He died Writing
Jack Cummings as Producer. He was 49 (89) years old when He died Production
Charles E. Wallace as Sound. He was 46 (78) years old when He died Sound
Earl McEvoy as Assistant Director. Directing
Cedric Gibbons as Art Direction. He was 56 (67) years old when He died Art
Sam Wood as Director. He was 65 (66) years old when He died Directing
Ben Lewis as Editor. He was 55 (76) years old when He died Editing
Douglas Morrow as Screenplay. He was 35 (80) years old when He died Writing
Douglas Morrow as Story. He was 35 (80) years old when He died Writing
Paul Groesse as Art Direction. He was 43 (81) years old when He died Art
The Stratton Story poster
The Stratton Story (73 years)

James Stewart - June Allyson, In The True Romance of The Year

  • Release day: Thursday, May 12, 1949
  • Runtime: 106 minutes