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All the King's Men (8-Nov-1949)

Director: Robert Rossen

Writer: Robert Rossen

From novel: All the King's Men by Robert Penn Warren

Musical Score by: Louis Gruenberg

Keywords: Drama

The rise and fall of a Huey Long type populist, an idealistic small-town lawyer who is corrupted by the political system he benefits from. Won Oscars for Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress; received additional nominations for Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, Best Screenplay and Best Editing. Entered 2001 into the National Film Registry.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Broderick Crawford
Actor
9-Dec-1911 26-Apr-1986 All the King's Men
John Derek
Film Director
12-Aug-1926 22-May-1998 Tarzan, the Ape Man
Joanne Dru
Actor
31-Jan-1922 10-Sep-1996 She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
John Ireland
Actor
30-Jan-1914 21-Mar-1992 All the King's Men
Mercedes McCambridge
Actor
17-Mar-1916 2-Mar-2004 All the King's Men
Anne Seymour
Actor
11-Sep-1909 8-Dec-1988 Character actress
Will Wright
Actor
26-Mar-1894 19-Jun-1962 Character actor

CAST

with
Broderick Crawford   ...   Willie Stark
John Ireland   ...   Jack Burden
Joanne Dru   ...   Anne Stanton
John Derek   ...   Tom Stark
Mercedes McCambridge   ...   Sadie Burke
Shepperd Strudwick   ...   Adam Stanton
Ralph Dumke   ...   Tiny Duffy
Anne Seymour   ...   Lucy Stark
Katharine Warren   ...   Mrs. Burden
Raymond Greenleaf   ...   Judge Stanton
Walter Burke   ...   Sugar Boy
Will Wright   ...   Dolph Pillsbury
Grandon Rhodes   ...   Floyd McEvoy

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