Susan Hayward Filmography/Page 1        


All of the dates  are based upon the New York openings. The director's name appears in CAPS. The short subjects are indicated by an asterisk before the title. 
(filmography excerpted from "Susan Hayward/Survivor" by Beverly Linet)




 

1.*CAMPUS CINDERELLA. Warner Brothers,1938. NOEL SMITH--Johnnie Davis, Penny Singleton, Anthony Averill, Peggy Moran, Oscar O'Shea, Wright Kramer, Janet Shaw, Rosella Towne, Dorothy Comingore. 13 minutes.


2.GIRLS ON PROBATION. Warner Brothers, October 27, 1938. WILLIAM MCGANN-- Jane Bryan, Ronald Reagan, Henry O'Neill, Elizabeth Risdon, Esther Dale, Sig Rumann, Shelia Bromley, Joseph Crehan, Anthony Averill, Dorothy Peterson, Emory Parnell, Ed Stanley, Vera Lewis. 63 minutes.

3.BEAU GESTE. Paramount, August 2, 1939. WILLIAM  A. WELLMAN--Gary Cooper, Ray Milland, Robert Preston, Brian Donlevy, J. Carrol Nash, Broderick Crawford, Albert Dekker, James Stephenson, Donald O'Connor, Harold Huber, Ann Gillis, Heather Thatcher, Billy Cook,David Holt, Martin Spellman, Charles Barton, George P. Huntley, Harry Woods, James Burke, Henry Brandon George Chandler. 120 minutes.


4.OUR LEADING CITIZEN. Paramount, August 23, 1939. ALFRED SANTELL--Bob Burns, Joseph Allen, Jr., Elizabeth Patterson, Gene Lockhart, Kathleen Lockhart, Charles Bickford,Clarence Kolb, Paul Guilfoyle, Fay Helm, Otto Hoffman. 87 minutes.


5.$1,000 A TOUCHDOWN. Paramount, October 4, 1939. JAMES HOGAN--Martha Raye, Joe E. Brown, Eric Blore, John Hartley, Syd Saylor, Don Wilson, Joyce Mathews, Tom Dugan. 71 minutes.


6.ADAM HAD FOUR SONS. Columbia, March 27, 1941. GREGORY RATOFF--Ingrid Bergman, Warner Baxter, Richard Denning, Fay Wray, Johnny Downs, Helen Westley, June Lockhart. 80 minutes.


7.SIS HOPKINS. Republic, April 30, 1941. JOSEPH SANTLEY--Judy Canova, Charles Butterworth, Bob Crosby and Orchestra with the Bobcats, Katherine Alexander, Jerry Colonna, Elvia Allman. 97 minutes.


8.AMONG THE LIVING.. Paramount, December 12, 1941. STUART HEISLER--Albert Dekker, Harry Carey, Frances Farmer, Maude Eburne, Jean Phillips, Gordon Jones, Archie Twitchell, Dorothy Sebastian, Harlan Briggs, Ernest Whitman, Frank M. Thomas, Rod Cameron, Catherine Craig, Richard Webb. 68 minutes.


9.REAP THE WILD WIND. Paramount, March 1942. CECIL B. DEMILLE--Paulette Goddard, Ray Milland, John Wayne, Robert Preston, Raymond Massey, Lynne Overman, Charles Bickford, Louise Beavers, Martha O'Driscoll, Janet Beecher, Elizabeth Risdon, Barbara Britton, Hedda Hopper, Victor Kilian, Walter Hampden, Milburn Stone, Byron Foulger, James Flavin, Julia Faye, Maurice Costello, narrated by Cecil B. Demille. 124 minutes.


10.THE FOREST RANGERS. Paramount, October 21, 1942. GEORGE MARSHALL--Fred MacMurray, Paulette Goddard, Albert Dekker, Lynne Overman, Eugene Pallette, Regis Toomey, James Brown, Clem Bevans, Rod Cameron, Chester Clute. 87 minutes 
11.I MARRIED A WITCH. United Artists, November 19, 1942. Rene Clair, Fredric March, Veronica Lake, Robert Benchley, Cecil Kellaway, Elizabeth Patterson, Robert Warwick, Mary Field, Eily Malyon, Emma Dunn, Monte Blue, Robert Homans, Reed Hadley. 82 minutes.


                                                                                      
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