Swanee River

Swanee River (1939)

Swanee River is a 1940 American biopic about Stephen Foster, a songwriter from Pittsburgh who falls in love with the South, marries a Southern girl, then is accused of sympathizing when the Civil War breaks out. Typical of 20th Century Fox biopics of the time, the film is more fictional than factual biography.

Writing:
  • Philip Dunne
  • John Taintor Foote
Directing:
  • Sidney Lanfield
  • Views: 1
  • Release Date: 1939-12-29
  • Language: English
  • Runtime: 84

Herbert Rawlinson

Army Officer

Russell Hicks

Andrew McDowell

Al Jolson

Edwin P. Christy

Claire Du Brey

Woman in Cafe

Eleanor Hansen

Bit Role

Harry Tenbrook

Jim, Saloon Waiter

Selmer Jackson

Army Medical Examiner

Bert Moorhouse

Attendant

Robert Emmett Keane

Drunken Agitator

Esther Dale

Temperance Woman

Harry Strang

Boat Captain

Gladden James

Hotel Clerk

Leona Roberts

Mrs. Foster

Andrea Leeds

Jane McDowell Foster

George Magrill

Agitator

Edward LeSaint

Jonathan Fry, Justice of the Peace

Georgia Caine

Ann Rowan

Don Ameche

Stephen Foster

Felix Bressart

Henry Kleber

Mae Marsh

Mrs. Jonathan Fry (uncredited)

Clara Blandick

Mrs. Griffin

Charles Tannen

Morrison Foster

William Newell

Bill, Stagehand

Nella Walker

Mrs. McDowell

George Meeker

Henry Foster

Ruth Clifford

Bit Role

Edward Earle

Master of Ceremonies

George O'Hanlon

Ticket Taker

Tom Seidel

Bellboy
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