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Judge Priest (5-Oct-1934)

Director: John Ford

Writers: Dudley Nichols; Lamar Trotti

From short story: Old Judge Priest by Irvin S. Cobb

Music: Cyril J. Mockridge

Producer: Sol M. Wurtzel

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Berton Churchill
Actor
9-Dec-1876 10-Oct-1940 Heroes for Sale
Stepin Fetchit
Actor
30-May-1902 19-Nov-1985 Professional black stereotype
Charley Grapewin
Actor
20-Dec-1869 2-Feb-1956 Tobacco Road
Rochelle Hudson
Actor
6-Mar-1916 17-Jan-1972 Rebel Without a Cause
Roger Imhof
Actor
15-Aug-1875 15-Apr-1958 This Gun for Hire
David Landau
Actor
9-Mar-1879 20-Sep-1935 Judge Priest
Anita Louise
Actor
9-Jan-1915 25-Apr-1970 The Little Princess
Hattie McDaniel
Actor
10-Jun-1893 26-Oct-1952 Mammy in Gone with the Wind
Will Rogers
Comic
04-Nov-1879 15-Aug-1935 American Cowboy, Entertainer, Humorist

CAST

Will Rogers   ...   Judge Priest
with
Tom Brown   ...   Jerome Priest
Anita Louise   ...   Ellie May Gillespie
Henry B. Walthall   ...   Rev. Ashby Brand
David Landau   ...   Bob Gillis
Rochelle Hudson   ...   Virginia Maydew
Roger Imhof   ...   Billy Gaynor
Frank Melton   ...   Flem Tally
Charley Grapewin   ...   Sgt. Jimmy Bagby
Berton Churchill   ...   Sen. Horace Maydew
Brenda Fowler   ...   Mrs. Caroline Priest
Francis Ford   ...   Juror No. 12
Hattie McDaniel   ...   Aunt Dilsey
and
Stepin Fetchit   ...   Jeff Poindexter

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