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Ruby Gentry (25-Dec-1952)

Director: King Vidor

Writers: Silvia Richards; Arthur Fitz-Richard

Music: Heinz Roemheld

Producers: Joseph Bernhard; King Vidor

Keywords: Romantic Drama

Set in the Carolinas, Ruby, born into a family of swamp-dwellers, has a doomed affair with Boake, despite his betrothal to a girl of matching social standing. She instead marries Jim Gentry, a self-made widower whom she doesn't truly love. Trashy soap opera told through the eyes of the town doctor.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Anderson
13-Jul-1921 14-Sep-1969 To Kill a Mockingbird
Phyllis Avery
14-Nov-1922 19-May-2011 Peggy McNulty on Meet Mr. McNulty
Charlton Heston
4-Oct-1923 5-Apr-2008 The Ten Commandments
Josephine Hutchinson
12-Oct-1903 4-Jun-1998 North by Northwest
Jennifer Jones
2-Mar-1919 17-Dec-2009 The Song of Bernadette
Karl Malden
22-Mar-1912 1-Jul-2009 Streets of San Francisco
Barney Phillips
20-Oct-1913 17-Aug-1982 Character actor
Tom Tully
21-Aug-1908 27-Apr-1982 Insp. Matt Grebb on The Lineup


Jennifer Jones   ...   Ruby Gentry
Charlton Heston   ...   Boake Tackman
Karl Malden   ...   Jim Gentry
Tom Tully   ...   Jud Corey
Bernard Phillips   ...   Dr. Saul Manfred
James Anderson   ...   Jewel Corey
Josephine Hutchinson   ...   Letitia Gentry
Phyllis Avery   ...   Tracy McAuliffe
Herbert Heyes   ...   Judge Tackman
Myra Marsh   ...   Ma Corey
Charles Cane   ...   Cullen McAuliffe
Sam Flint   ...   Neil Fallgren
Frank Wilcox   ...   Clyde Pratt


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