"Rosa danced with handsome Joseph Cotten and with Edward Everett Horton "
Edward Everett Horton
Public DomainEdward Everett Horton - Credit: Trailer screenshot
Edward Everett Horton (1886 –1970) was an American character actor, who enjoyed a long career in film, theater, radio, television and voice work.  He started his stage career in 1906, singing and dancing and playing small parts in Vaudeville and Broadway productions. In 1919 he moved to Hollywood. His first starring role was in the 1922 silent comedy Too Much Business. His first talkie was Educational in 1929. He was well known for his distinctive voice, and his trademark double take.  He starred in many comedy features in the 1930s, but is best known as a character actor. During the 1950s and 1960s he appeared in several television shows and sitcoms.

 

Joseph Cotten
Public DomainJoseph Cotten - Credit: Trailer screenshot
Joseph Cotten (1905 –1994) was a stage and screen actor.  He made his Broadway debut in 1930. He was a friend of Orson Welles, and appeared in several of his films. In 1937, he joined Welles' Mercury Theatre Company, starring in several productions.  He appeared in Citizen Kane, and went on to several other leading roles in Hollywood movies, including Journey into Fear (1943) with Dolores del Rio.