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Rails Into Laramie (14-Apr-1954)

Director: Jesse Hibbs

Writers: D. D. Beauchamp; Joseph Hoffman

Musical Direction: Joseph Gershenson

Producer: Ted Richmond

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rex Allen
Actor
31-Dec-1920 17-Dec-1999 The Arizona Cowboy
Mari Blanchard
Actor
13-Apr-1927 10-May-1970 She-Devil
George Chandler
Actor
30-Jun-1898 10-Jun-1985 Uncle Petrie on Lassie
Dan Duryea
Actor
23-Jan-1907 7-Jun-1968 The Little Foxes
Myron Healey
Actor
8-Jun-1923 21-Dec-2005 Prolific actor in Westerns
Douglas Kennedy
Actor
14-Sep-1915 10-Aug-1973 Steve Donovan, Western Marshal
Barton MacLane
Actor
25-Dec-1902 1-Jan-1969 Gen. Peterson on I Dream of Jeannie
John Payne
Actor
23-May-1912 6-Dec-1989 Kansas City Confidential
Lee Van Cleef
Actor
9-Jan-1925 16-Dec-1989 The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

CAST

Starring
John Payne   ...   Jefferson Harder
Mari Blanchard   ...   Lou Carter
Dan Duryea   ...   Jim Shanessy
with
Joyce MacKenzie   ...   Helen Shanessy
Barton MacLane   ...   Lee Graham
Ralph Dumke   ...   Mayor Frank Logan
Harry Shannon   ...   Judge Pierce
James Griffith   ...   Orrie Sommers
Lee Van Cleef   ...   Ace Winton
Myron Healey   ...   Con Winton
Charles Horvath   ...   Pike Murphy
George Chandler   ...   Grimes
Douglas Kennedy   ...   Telegraph Operator
Alexander Campbell   ...   Higby

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