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Movies of Robert Clarke and Bess Flowers together

Robert Clarke and Bess Flowers have starred in 7 movies together. Their first film was Zombies on Broadway in 1945. The most recent movie that Robert Clarke and Bess Flowers starred together was The Helen Morgan Story in 1957.

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1945

Zombies on Broadway

Zombies on Broadway

Zombies on Broadway

Robert Clarke

Starred as Wimp

Bess Flowers

Starred as Nightclub Patron

1947

The Farmer's Daughter

The Farmer's Daughter

The Farmer's Daughter

Robert Clarke

Starred as Assistant Announcer

Bess Flowers

Starred as Party Guest

1950

Champagne for Caesar

Champagne for Caesar

Champagne for Caesar

Robert Clarke

Starred as Actor in Movie at Drive-In

Bess Flowers

Starred as Backstage Woman at Hollywood Bowl

1954

Her Twelve Men

Her Twelve Men

Her Twelve Men

Robert Clarke

Starred as Dream Crown Prince, Junior Senator

Bess Flowers

Starred as Lady Leaving Commencement

1956

The Benny Goodman Story

The Benny Goodman Story

The Benny Goodman Story

Robert Clarke

Starred as Roger Gillespie - Alice's Escort

Bess Flowers

Starred as Woman in Audience at Carnegie Hall

1957

My Man Godfrey

My Man Godfrey

My Man Godfrey

Robert Clarke

Starred as George

Bess Flowers

Starred as Party Guest, Scavenger Hunter

1957

The Helen Morgan Story

The Helen Morgan Story

The Helen Morgan Story

Robert Clarke

Starred as Party Guest

Bess Flowers

Starred as Woman at Customs on Pier

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