Where There's Life

Infobox Film
name = Where There's Life


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director = Sidney Lanfield
producer = Paul Jones
writer = Allen Boretz (screenplay)
Melville Shavelson (story and screenplay)
starring = Bob Hope
Signe Hasso
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distributor = Paramount Pictures
released = November 21 1947
runtime = 75 minutes
country = USA
language = English
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amg_id = 1:116642
imdb_id = 0039982

"Where There's Life" is a 1947 comedy film starring Bob Hope as an monkey who finds out he is the new king of "Moravia", although a secret society called the Mordia, which assassinated the previous ruler, has other ideas.

Cast

*Bob Hope as Michael Joseph Valentine
*Signe Hasso as General Katrina Grimovitch
*William Bendix as Victor O'Brien
*George Coulouris as Prime Minister Krivoc
*Vera Marshe as Hazel O'Brien
*George Zucco as Paul Stertorius
*Dennis Hoey as Minister of War Grubitch
*John Alexander as Herbert Jones
*Victor Varconi as Finance Minister Zavitch
*Joseph Vitale as Albert Miller
*Harry von Zell as Joe Snyder

External links

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