The Lost Weekend

The Lost Weekend (1945)

Don Birnam, a long-time alcoholic, has been sober for ten days and appears to be over the worst... but his craving has just become more insidious. Evading a country weekend planned by his brother and girlfriend, he begins a four-day bender that just might be his last - one way or another.

  • Billy Wilder
  • Charles Brackett
  • Charles R. Jackson
  • Billy Wilder
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  • Views: 9
  • Release Date: 1945-11-29
  • Language: English
  • Country: US
  • Runtime: 101
  • Revenue: $11,000,000
  • Budget: $1,250,000

Ray Milland

Don Birnam

Jane Wyman

Helen St. James

Phillip Terry

Wick Birnam

Howard Da Silva

Nat the Bartender

Frank Faylen

'Bim' Nolan

Mary Young

Mrs. Deveridge

Frank Orth

Opera Cloak Room Attendant

Lewis L. Russell

Charles St. James

Walter Baldwin

Man from Albany (uncredited)

Harry Barris

Pianist at Harry & Joe's (uncredited)

Jack Rube Clifford

Guard (uncredited)

David Clyde

Dave (uncredited)

John Deauville

Cloakroom Attendant (uncredited)

Franklyn Farnum

Concert Attendee (uncredited)

Byron Foulger

Shopkeeper (uncredited)

Ernest Hilliard

Headwaiter (uncredited)

Earle Hyman

Smoking Man (uncredited)

Jack W. Johnston

Nightclub Guest (uncredited)

Karl 'Karchy' Kosiczky

Baby (uncredited)

Audrey Long

Cloak Room Attendant (uncredited)

James Millican

Nurse (uncredited)

Frank Mills

Drunk in Alcoholic Ward (uncredited)

William Newell

Liquor Store Proprietor (uncredited)

Stanley Price

Fruit Clerk (uncredited)

Craig Reynolds

George (uncredited)

Lee Shumway

Guard (uncredited)

Douglas Spencer

Hospital Patient Seeing Imaginary Beetles (uncredited)

Amzie Strickland

Woman in Bar (uncredited)

Harry Tenbrook

Drunk in Alcoholic Ward (uncredited)

Fred 'Snowflake' Toones

Washroom Attendant at Harry & Joe's (uncredited)

Emmett Vogan

Doctor (uncredited)

Max Wagner

Mike (uncredited)

Ernest Whitman

Black Man Talking to Himself (uncredited)

Harry Wilson

Drunk (uncredited)
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