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A Lion Is in the Streets (23-Sep-1953)

Director: Raoul Walsh

Writer: Luther Davis

From novel by: Adria Locke Langley

Music by: Franz Waxman

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Warner Anderson
Actor
10-Mar-1911 26-Aug-1976 Matthew Swain on Peyton Place
James Cagney
Actor
17-Jul-1899 30-Mar-1986 New York tough guy
Lon Chaney, Jr.
Actor
10-Feb-1906 12-Jul-1973 The Wolf Man
Ellen Corby
Actor
3-Jun-1911 14-Apr-1999 Grandma on The Waltons
Anne Francis
Actor
16-Sep-1930 2-Jan-2011 Forbidden Planet
Sara Haden
Actor
17-Nov-1899 15-Sep-1981 The Shop Around the Corner
Barbara Hale
Actor
18-Apr-1921   Della Street on Perry Mason
Larry Keating
Actor
13-Jun-1896 26-Aug-1963 Roger Addison on Mister Ed
Frank McHugh
Actor
23-May-1898 11-Sep-1981 The Roaring Twenties
John McIntire
Actor
27-Jun-1907 30-Jan-1991 Christopher Hale on Wagon Train
James Millican
Actor
17-Feb-1910 24-Nov-1955 American character actor

CAST

James Cagney   ...   Hank Martin
Co-Starring
Barbara Hale   ...   Verity Wade
Anne Francis   ...   Flamingo McManamee
with
Warner Anderson   ...   Jules Bolduc
John McIntire   ...   Jeb Brown
Jeanne Cagney   ...   Jennie Brown
Lon Chaney, Jr.   ...   Spurge McManamee
Frank McHugh   ...   Frank Rector
Larry Keating   ...   Robert L. Castleberry IV
Onslow Stevens   ...   Guy Polli
James Millican   ...   Samuel T. Beach
Mickey Simpson   ...   Tim Beck
Sara Haden   ...   Lula May McManamee
Ellen Corby   ...   Singing Woman

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