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They Came to Cordura (Jun-1959)

Director: Robert Rossen

Writers: Ivan Moffat; Robert Rossen

From novel: They Came to Cordura by Glendon Swarthout

Music by: Elie Siegmeister

Producer: William Goetz

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jim Bannon
Actor
9-Apr-1911 28-Jul-1984 Cowboy actor, played Red Ryder
Michael Callan
Actor
22-Nov-1935   Husband on Occasional Wife
Richard Conte
Actor
24-Mar-1910 15-Apr-1975 The Blue Gardenia
Gary Cooper
Actor
7-May-1901 14-May-1961 High Noon
Rita Hayworth
Actor
17-Oct-1918 14-May-1987 Gilda
Van Heflin
Actor
13-Dec-1910 23-Jul-1971 Till the Clouds Roll By
Tab Hunter
Actor
11-Jul-1931   Damn Yankees
Robert Keith
Actor
10-Feb-1896 22-Dec-1966 Guys and Dolls
Edward Platt
Actor
14-Feb-1916 19-Mar-1974 Chief on Get Smart
Dick York
Actor
4-Sep-1928 20-Feb-1992 Darrin #1 on Bewitched

CAST

Gary Cooper   ...   Maj. Thomas Thorn
Rita Hayworth   ...   Adelaide Geary
Van Heflin   ...   Sgt. John Chawk
Tab Hunter   ...   Lt. William Fowler
Co-Starring
Richard Conte   ...   Cpl. Milo Trubee
Michael Callan   ...   Pvt. Andrew Hetherington
Dick York   ...   Pvt. Renziehausen
Robert Keith   ...   Col. Rogers
with
Carlos Romero   ...   Arreaga
Jim Bannon   ...   Capt. Paltz
Edward Platt   ...   Col. DeRose
Maurice Jara   ...   Mexican Federale
Sam Buffington   ...   1st Correspondent
Arthur Hanson   ...   2nd Correspondent

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