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The Younger Brothers (3-May-1949)

Director: Edwin L. Marin

Writers: Edna Anhalt; Morton Grant

Music by: William Lava

Producer: Saul Elkins

Keywords: Western

The Younger Brothers, members of the notorious James Gang, are on parole and make an effort to leave their life of crime. They seek a pardon from the Governor of Minnesota. But some things stand in their way, notably a scheming Pinkerton detective, who still walks with a limp he received in a Younger Brothers' gunfight.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bruce Bennett
Actor
19-May-1906 24-Feb-2007 Played Tarzan in 1930s movie serials
Monte Blue
Actor
11-Jan-1887 18-Feb-1963 Orphans of the Storm
Geraldine Brooks
Actor
29-Oct-1925 19-Jun-1977 The Reckless Moment
Fred Clark
Actor
19-Mar-1914 5-Dec-1968 A Place in the Sun
Alan Hale, Sr.
Actor
10-Feb-1892 22-Jan-1950 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Robert Hutton
Actor
11-Jun-1920 7-Aug-1994 Hollywood Canteen
Wayne Morris
Actor
17-Feb-1914 14-Sep-1959 Paths of Glory
Janis Paige
Actor
16-Sep-1922   Please Don't Eat the Daisies
Tom Tyler
Actor
9-Aug-1903 3-May-1954 Adventures of Captain Marvel

CAST

Wayne Morris   ...   Cole Younger
Janis Paige   ...   Kate
Bruce Bennett   ...   Jim Younger
Geraldine Brooks   ...   Mary Hathaway
Robert Hutton   ...   Johnny Younger
with
Alan Hale, Sr.   ...   Sheriff Knudson
Fred Clark   ...   Ryckman
James Brown   ...   Bob Younger
Monte Blue   ...   Joe
Tom Tyler   ...   Hatch

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