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The Seven Little Foys

93 min
Biography | Comedy | Drama | Family | Musical
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Melville Shavelson
Nominated for Oscar.
Country: USA
Release Date: 1955-09-30
Filming Locations: Paramount Studios - 5555 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Bob Hope
Eddie Foy
Milly Vitale
Madeleine Morando Foy
George Tobias
Barney Green
Angela Clarke
Clara Morando
Herbert Heyes
Richard Shannon
Stage Manager
Billy Gray
Bryan Lincoln Foy, as a teen
Lee Erickson
Charley Foy
Paul De Rolf
Richard Foy
Linda Bennett
Madeleine Foy
Jimmy Baird
Eddie Foy Jr.
Tommy Duran
Irving Foy
James Cagney
George M. Cohan
Charley Foy
Narrator (voice)
Hy Anzell
Dresser at 'Iroquois' (uncredited)
Joe Bassett
Grip (uncredited)
Oliver Blake
Santa Claus (uncredited)
George Boyce
Elephant Act (uncredited)
Morgan Brown
Godfather (uncredited)
Marian Carr
Chorine (uncredited)
Harry Cheshire
Stage Doorman at 'Iroquois' (uncredited)
Jerry Chiat
Acrobat (uncredited)
Jimmy Conlin
Stage Doorman in 1898 Chicago (uncredited)
Noel Drayton
Priest (uncredited)
Joe Evans
Elephant Act (uncredited)
Gilbert Fallman
Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Joe Flynn
Priest (uncredited)
Milton Frome
Driscoll (uncredited)
Dabbs Greer
Tutor (uncredited)
Sam Harris
Guest at Honorary Dinner (uncredited)
Len Hendry
Assistant Episcopal Minister (uncredited)
Duke Johnson
Specialty Juggler (uncredited)
Richard Keene
Grip (uncredited)
Mike Lally
Stagehand at Iroquois Theatre (uncredited)
Lyle Latell
Baggage Car Attendant (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack
Friars Club Dinner Guest (uncredited)
Lewis Martin
Episcopal Minister (uncredited)
Jerry Mathers
Bryan Lincoln Foy - Age 5 (uncredited)
Lester Matthews
Father O'Casey (uncredited)
Philo McCullough
Audience Spectator (uncredited)
Harold Miller
Friars Club Dinner Guest (uncredited)
Billy Nelson
Customs Inspector (uncredited)
George Pembroke
Stage Manager (uncredited)
Jack Pepper
Theater Manager (uncredited)
Angi O. Poulos
Billiard Parlor Proprietor (uncredited)
Max Power
Conductor (uncredited)
Bill Seckler
Stage Hand (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock
Friars Club Dinner Guest (uncredited)
Edward C. Short
Porter (uncredited)
Bert Stevens
Friars Club Dinner Guest (uncredited)
Betty Uitti
Dance Double (uncredited)
Renata Vanni
Ballerina Mistress in Milan (uncredited)
Fred Zendar
Acrobat (uncredited)
Did you know?
James Cagney won an Oscar for playing Broadway producer George M. Cohan in Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942). He agreed to play Cohan again in this film on condition that he would not be paid for the role. He did the role as a tribute to Eddie Foy, who had generously provided occasional meals for struggling young actors, including Cagney, in 1920s New York.
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This film and Beau James (1957) are the two serious dramas that Bob Hope starred in.
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Eddie Foy: What do you need friends for?... you've got all the friends and enemies you need right here in the family.
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Clara Morando: Signor Foy, we are going to have a baby.
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Madeleine Morando Foy: I love him when he gets angry. And he gets angry all the time. How many women can love their husband all the time?
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Photos from cast
King Donovan Lydia Reed