A DAY AT THE RACES
1937. A Metro Goldwyn Mayer picture.
Production: Irving G. Thalberg, Sam Wood. Associate producer: Max Siegel. Director: Sam Wood. Screenplay: George Seaton, Robert Pirosh and George Oppenheimer. Story: George Seaton and Robert Pirosh. Photography: Joseph Ruttenberg. Art direction: Cedric Gibbons, Stan Rogers and Edwin B. Willis. Editing: Frank E. Hull. Music direction: Franz Waxman. Length: 9,824 feet. 109 minutes.

CAST: GROUCHO (Dr. Hugo Z. Hackenbush); HARPO (Stuffy); CHICO (Toni); Margaret Dumont (Mrs. Emily Upjohn); Siegfried Ruman (Dr. Leopold X. Steinberg); Allan Jones (Gil Stewart); Maureen O'Sullivan (Judy Standish); Douglas Dumbrille (Morgan); Esther Muir (Miss Nora); Leonard Ceeley (Whitmore); Robert Middlemass (The Sheriff); Ivie Anderson (Vocalist); Hooper Atchley (Race Judge); Vivien Fay (Dancer); King Baggot (Race Track Starter); Edna Bennett (Nurse); Gino Corrado (Man Boarding Bus); Dorothy Dandridge (Singer); Barbara Bedford (Secretary); Frankie Darro (Morgan's Jockey); Richard Farnsworth (Jockey); Bess Flowers (Racetrack Extra); Byron Foulger (Racetrack Extra); Carole Landis (Dancer); King Baggot (Race Track Official Starter); Edward Biby (Racetrack Spectator); Kenny Baker (Party Guest); Chet Brandenburg (Racetrack Spectator); Barbara Bedford (Secretary); Ruth Cherrington (Racetrack Spectator); Billy Dooley (Racetrack Burgler); Dudley Dickerson (Wheelchair Attendant); Edward Earle (Race Judge); Pat Flaherty (Detective with Sheriff); Harry Wilson (Detective with Sheriff); J C Fowler (Party Guest); Si Jenks (Messenger); Jack W Johnston (Racetrack Spectator); Jack Kenney (Racetrack Spectator); Edward LeSaint (Doctor); Carl L Leviness (Party Guest Who Calls the Sheriff); Mary MacLaren (Nurse); John St Polis (Musician in Orchestra); Victor Potel (Horn Blower); Frank O'Connor (Racetrack Guard); Bert Moorhouse (Racetrack Spectator); William Irving (Man for Horn Business); Charles Trowbridge (Dr. Wilmerding); Harry Myers (Party Guest); John Hyams (Judge); Jack Norton (Drunk); DeForest Covan (Black Singer).

Released in the United States June 11, 1937.
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