It Had to Be You (1947) Movie Details

It Had to Be You
Jack Haynes , Morris Stoloff
Columbia Pictures Corporation
1 hr 38 mins
Rating: 4.2/10 from 180 users

It Had to Be You Movie Cast

Ginger Rogers
as Victoria Stafford
Cornel Wilde
as Johnny Blaine
Percy Waram
as Mr. Horace Stafford
Spring Byington
as Mrs. Martha Stafford
Ron Randell
as Oliver H.P. Harrington
Thurston Hall
as Mr. Ned Harrington
Charles Evans
as Dr. Parkinson
Billy Bevan
as Evans, the Butler (as William Bevan)
Frank Orth
as Train Conductor Brown

It Had to Be You Crew List

Director : ,
Screenplay : Norman Panama , Melvin Frank
Story : Don Hartman , Allen Boretz
Costume Design : Jean Louis
Director of Photography : Rudolph Maté , Vincent J. Farrar
Art Direction : Stephen Goosson , Rudolph Sternad
Editor : Gene Havlick
Set Decoration : Wilbur Menefee , William Kiernan
Assistant Director : Sam Nelson
Hair Designer : Helen Hunt
Makeup Designer : Clay Campbell
Sound Recordist : Jack Haynes
Music Director : Morris Stoloff
Producer's Assistant : Norman Deming
Producer : Don Hartman

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It Had to Be You

It Had to Be You is a 1947 English Film stars Ginger Rogers , Don Hartman , Rudolph Maté , Cornel Wilde , Percy Waram , Spring Byington , Ron Randell , Thurston Hall , Charles Evans , Billy Bevan , Frank Orth , Norman Panama , Melvin Frank , Don Hartman , Allen Boretz , Jean Louis , Rudolph Maté , Vincent J. Farrar , Stephen Goosson , Rudolph Sternad , Gene Havlick , Wilbur Menefee , William Kiernan , Sam Nelson , Helen Hunt , Clay Campbell , Jack Haynes , Morris Stoloff , Norman Deming , Don Hartman , directed by Sam Nelson & music by Morris Stoloff.