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Follow That Dream (11-Apr-1962)

Director: Gordon Douglas

Writer: Charles Lederer

From novel: Pioneer, Go Home! by Richard Powell

Music by: Hans J. Salter

Producer: David Weisbart

Keywords: Drama, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frank DeKova
Actor
17-Mar-1910 15-Oct-1981 Chief Wild Eagle on F Troop
Anne Helm
Actor
12-Sep-1938   Follow That Dream
Jack Kruschen
Actor
20-Mar-1922 2-Apr-2002 The Apartment
Howard McNear
Actor
27-Jan-1905 3-Jan-1969 Floyd the Barber
Joanna Moore
Actor
10-Nov-1934 22-Nov-1997 Walk on the Wild Side
Arthur O'Connell
Actor
29-Mar-1908 18-May-1981 Anatomy of a Murder
Simon Oakland
Actor
28-Aug-1915 29-Aug-1983 Tony Vincenzo on Kolchak
Elvis Presley
Singer
8-Jan-1935 16-Aug-1977 Rock and roll icon
Herbert Rudley
Actor
22-Mar-1910 9-Sep-2006 Herb Hubbard on The Mothers-in-Law
Roland Winters
Actor
22-Nov-1904 22-Oct-1989 Charlie Chan

CAST

Elvis Presley   ...   Toby Kwimper
Also starring
Arthur O'Connell   ...   Pop Kwimper
Anne Helm   ...   Holly Jones
Co-Starring
Joanna Moore   ...   Alisha Claypoole (welfare supervisor)
Jack Kruschen   ...   Carmine (gangster)
Simon Oakland   ...   Nick (gangster)
Roland Winters   ...   The Judge
with
Alan Hewitt   ...   H. Arthur King (highway supervisor)
Howard McNear   ...   George (bank officer)
Frank DeKova   ...   Jack (hitman)
Herbert Rudley   ...   Endicott (bank president)
Gavin Koon   ...   Eddy Bascombe
Robin Koon   ...   Teddy Bascombe
Robert Carricart   ...   Al
John Duke   ...   Blackie

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