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Where There's Life
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(1947)

In a far off country, their king is critically wounded after an assassination attempt and the only heir is a timid New York radio personality, Michael Valentine (Bob Hope). After reluctantly traveling to his father's homeland, Michael is not happy that he's become the target of the same terrorist organization that attacked the king.

Runtime:
1:15
Released:
November 21, 1947

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Cast

Drr5upkzjpyharypdrnzyg4eiig Bob Hope Michael Joseph Valentine
3mkhwpqqqwpflhjx30auk6myowi Signe Hasso Gen. Katrina Grimovitch
Ri38tejdzxo3x5fqtkg0rtz5ful William Bendix Victor O'Brien
6lzrp9zhufyl0uohyju09fpuv9 George Coulouris Prime Minister Krivoc
Vera Marshe Hazel O'Brien
Gep8vnnft2vqaqlhzeqsha6pazy George Zucco Paul Stertorius
Ic2iiwooydyybhw0het11nsziv9 Dennis Hoey Minister of War Grubitch
Prfrssl3exxrj0rjvx8cg2xhhux John Alexander Mr. Herbert Jones
26o0pmzxespttjzgrbypah2l3ql Victor Varconi Finance Minister Zavitch
Joseph Vitale Albert Miller
Harry von Zell Joe Snyder
Lklrms3hfedgyctojza6tfgbzgr Anthony Caruso John Fulda
4d9lchjrugeh251jhooekthftao Norma Varden Mabel Jones
Harland Tucker Mr. Alvin - floorwalker
Roy Atwell salesman
Emil Rameau Dr. Josefsberg
William Edmunds King Hubertus II
Crane Whitley assassin with cane

Crew

Directing

Sidney Lanfield Director

Writing

Allen Boretz Writer

Melville Shavelson Screenplay