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Movies of Norman Leavitt and Dorothy Neumann together

Norman Leavitt and Dorothy Neumann have starred in 8 movies together. Their first film was Two Sisters from Boston in 1946. The most recent movie that Norman Leavitt and Dorothy Neumann starred together was Looking for Love in 1964.

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1946

Two Sisters from Boston

Two Sisters from Boston

Two Sisters from Boston

Norman Leavitt

Starred as Singing Waiter

Dorothy Neumann

Starred as Party Guest

1947

The Unfinished Dance

The Unfinished Dance

The Unfinished Dance

Norman Leavitt

Starred as Joe

Dorothy Neumann

Starred as Betsy

1948

The Luck of the Irish

The Luck of the Irish

The Luck of the Irish

Norman Leavitt

Starred as Milkman

Dorothy Neumann

Starred as Acme Employment Agency Manager

1950

Wabash Avenue

Wabash Avenue

Wabash Avenue

Norman Leavitt

Starred as Poker Player

Dorothy Neumann

Starred as Reformer

1951

Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell

Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell

Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell

Norman Leavitt

Starred as Pharmacist

Dorothy Neumann

Starred as Librarian

1953

The Long, Long Trailer

The Long, Long Trailer

The Long, Long Trailer

Norman Leavitt

Starred as Driver

Dorothy Neumann

Starred as Aunt Ellen

1956

The Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments

Norman Leavitt

Starred as Slave

Dorothy Neumann

Starred as Hebrew at Dathan's Tent, Hebrew at Crag and Corridor, Slave

1964

Looking for Love

Looking for Love

Looking for Love

Norman Leavitt

Starred as Buyer

Dorothy Neumann

Starred as Rose

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