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Odd Man Out (23-Apr-1947)

Director: Carol Reed

Writers: F. L. Green; R. C. Sherriff

Music Composed by: William Alwyn

Producer: Carol Reed

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Beatty
Actor
19-Oct-1909 3-Mar-1992 2001: A Space Odyssey
Eddie Byrne
Actor
31-Jan-1911 21-Aug-1981 The Mummy
Cyril Cusack
Actor
26-Nov-1910 7-Oct-1993 Gone to Earth
William Hartnell
Actor
8-Jan-1908 23-Apr-1975 The First Doctor Who
James Mason
Actor
15-May-1909 27-Jul-1984 North by Northwest
Robert Newton
Actor
1-Jun-1905 25-Mar-1956 Long John Silver
Dan O'Herlihy
Actor
1-May-1919 17-Feb-2005 The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe
Kathleen Ryan
Actor
8-Dec-1922 11-Nov-1985 The Sound of Fury

CAST

James Mason   ...   Johnny
Robert Newton   ...   Lukey
with
Cyril Cusack   ...   Pat
F. J. McCormick   ...   Shell
William Hartnell   ...   Fencie
Fay Compton   ...   Rosie
Denis O'Dea   ...   Constable
W. G. Fay   ...   Fr. Tom
Maureen Delaney   ...   Theresa
Elwyn Brook-Jones   ...   Tober
and
Robert Beatty   ...   Dennis
Dan O'Herlihy   ...   Nolan
Kitty Kirwan   ...   Granny
Beryl Measor   ...   Maudie
Roy Irving   ...   Murphy
Joseph Tomelty   ...   Gin Jimmy
Arthur Hambling   ...   Supporting Cast
Ann Clery   ...   Supporting Cast
Maura Milligan   ...   Supporting Cast
Maureen Cusack   ...   Supporting Cast
Eddie Byrne   ...   Supporting Cast
and
Kathleen Ryan   ...   Kathleen

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