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The Outlaws Is Coming (1-Jan-1965)

Director: Norman Maurer

Writers: Elwood Ullman; Norman Maurer

Music by: Paul Dunlap

Producer: Norman Maurer

Keywords: Western/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joe DeRita
Actor
12-Jul-1909 3-Jul-1993 The Three Stooges
Larry Fine
Actor
5-Oct-1902 24-Jan-1975 Larry on The Three Stooges
Henry Gibson
Actor
21-Sep-1935 14-Sep-2009 Laugh-In
Moe Howard
Actor
19-Jun-1897 4-May-1975 Boss Stooge
Nancy Kovack
Actor
11-Mar-1935   Jason and the Argonauts
Adam West
Actor
19-Sep-1928   Batman, Mayor of Quahog

CAST

The Three Stooges
Larry Fine   ...   Larry
Moe Howard   ...   Moe
Joe DeRita   ...   Curly-Joe
Adam West   ...   Kenneth Cabot
Nancy Kovack   ...   Annie Oakley
Mort Mills   ...   Trigger Mortis
Don Lamond   ...   Rance Roden
Rex Holman   ...   Sunstroke Kid
Emil Sitka   ...   Mr. Abernathy, Witch Doctor, Cavalry Colonel
Henry Gibson   ...   Charlie Horse
Murray Alper   ...   Chief Crazy Horse
Tiny Brauer   ...   The Bartender
Sidney Marion   ...   Hammond
Jeffrey Alan   ...   Kid
Marilyn Fox   ...   Girl
Audrey Betz   ...   Fat Squaw
Lloyd Kino   ...   Japanese Moe
Special Guests
Joe Bolton   ...   Rob Dalton
Bill Camfield   ...   Wyatt Earp
Hal Fryar   ...   Johnny Ringo
Johnny Ginger   ...   Billy the Kid
Wayne Mack   ...   Jesse James
Ed T. McDonnell   ...   Bat Masterson
Bruce Sedley   ...   Cole Younger
Paul Shannon   ...   Wild Bill Hickok
Sally Starr   ...   Belle Starr

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