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The True Story of Jesse James (Feb-1957)

Director: Nicholas Ray

Writer: Walter Newman

Music: Leigh Harline

Producer: Herbert B. Swope, Jr.

Keywords: Western, Biography

Remake of Jesse James (1939).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Barry Atwater
Actor
16-May-1918 24-May-1978 The Night Stalker
Alan Baxter
Actor
19-Nov-1908 7-May-1976 Saboteur
John Carradine
Actor
5-Feb-1906 27-Nov-1988 In over 200 B movies
Frank Gorshin
Actor
5-Apr-1933 17-May-2005 The Riddler in Batman
Alan Hale, Jr.
Actor
8-Mar-1921 2-Jan-1990 The Skipper on Gilligan's Island
Jeffrey Hunter
Actor
25-Nov-1926 27-May-1969 King of Kings
Hope Lange
Actor
28-Nov-1931 19-Dec-2003 Peyton Place
Agnes Moorehead
Actor
6-Dec-1900 30-Apr-1974 Endora on Bewitched
Barney Phillips
Actor
20-Oct-1913 17-Aug-1982 Character actor
Robert Wagner
Actor
10-Feb-1930   Jonathan Hart on Hart to Hart

CAST

Starring
Robert Wagner   ...   Jesse James
Jeffrey Hunter   ...   Frank James
Hope Lange   ...   Zee
co-starring
Agnes Moorehead   ...   Mrs. Samuel
with
Alan Hale, Jr.   ...   Cole Younger
Alan Baxter   ...   Remington
John Carradine   ...   Rev. Jethro Bailey
Rachel Stephens   ...   Anne James
Barney Phillips   ...   Dr. Samuel
Biff Elliot   ...   Jim Younger
Frank Overton   ...   Maj. Rufus Cobb
Barry Atwater   ...   Attorney Walker
Marian Seldes   ...   Rowena Cobb
Chubby Johnson   ...   Askew
Frank Gorshin   ...   Charley Ford
Carl Thayler   ...   Bob Ford
John Doucette   ...   Sheriff Hillstrom

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