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All the Brothers Were Valiant (13-Nov-1953)

Director: Richard Thorpe

Writers: Harry Brown; Ben Ames Williams

Music by: Miklos Rozsa

Producer: Pandro S. Berman

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ann Blyth
Actor
16-Aug-1928   Mildred Pierce
Frank DeKova
Actor
17-Mar-1910 15-Oct-1981 Chief Wild Eagle on F Troop
Leo Gordon
Actor
2-Dec-1922 26-Dec-2000 Riot in Cell Block 11
Stewart Granger
Actor
6-May-1913 16-Aug-1993 King Solomon's Mines
Kurt Kasznar
Actor
13-Aug-1913 6-Aug-1979 Fitzhugh on Land of the Giants
Michael Pate
Actor
26-Feb-1920 1-Sep-2008 Hondo
Lewis Stone
Actor
15-Nov-1879 12-Sep-1953 Judge James Hardy
Robert Taylor
Actor
5-Aug-1911 8-Jun-1969 Quo Vadis
James Whitmore
Actor
1-Oct-1921 6-Feb-2009 Give 'em Hell, Harry!
Keenan Wynn
Actor
27-Jul-1916 14-Oct-1986 Col. Bat Guano in Dr. Strangelove

CAST

Starring
Robert Taylor   ...   Joel Shore
Stewart Granger   ...   Mark Shore
Ann Blyth   ...   Priscilla Holt
With
Betta St. John   ...   Native Girl
Keenan Wynn   ...   Silva
James Whitmore   ...   Fetcher
Kurt Kasznar   ...   Quint
Lewis Stone   ...   Capt. Holt
Robert Burton   ...   Asa Worthen
Peter Whitney   ...   James Finch
John Lupton   ...   Dick Morrell
Jonathan Cott   ...   Carter
Mitchell Lewis   ...   Cook
James Bell   ...   Aaron Burnham
Leo Gordon   ...   Peter How
Michael Pate   ...   Varde
Clancy Cooper   ...   Smith
Frank DeKova   ...   Stevenson
Henry Rowland   ...   Jones

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