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Passage West (1951)

Director: Lewis R. Foster

Writers: Lewis R. Foster; Nedrick Young (front for Alvah Bessie)

Music Score by: Mahlon Merrick

Producers: William H. Pine; William C. Thomas

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Anderson
Actor
3-Apr-1920 6-Apr-2014 Lifeboat
Frank Faylen
Actor
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Peter Hansen
Actor
5-Dec-1921   Lee Baldwin on General Hospital
Mary Beth Hughes
Actor
13-Nov-1919 27-Aug-1995 The Ox-Bow Incident
Arthur Hunnicutt
Actor
17-Feb-1910 26-Sep-1979 The Big Sky
Dennis O'Keefe
Actor
29-Mar-1908 31-Aug-1968 Brewster's Millions
John Payne
Actor
23-May-1912 6-Dec-1989 Kansas City Confidential
Richard Rober
Actor
14-May-1910 26-May-1952 Jet Pilot
Richard Travis
Actor
17-Apr-1913 11-Jul-1989 The Man Who Came to Dinner
Arleen Whelan
Actor
1-Sep-1914 7-Apr-1993 Castle in the Desert
Dooley Wilson
Actor
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CAST

Starring
John Payne   ...   Pete Black
Dennis O'Keefe   ...   Jacob Karns
Arleen Whelan   ...   Rose Billings
With
Frank Faylen   ...   Curly
Mary Anderson   ...   Myra Johnson
Peter Hansen   ...   Michael Karns
Richard Rober   ...   Mike
Mary Beth Hughes   ...   Nellie
Griff Barnett   ...   Papa Ludwig
Mary Field   ...   Miss Swingate
Dooley Wilson   ...   Rainbow
Richard Travis   ...   Ben Johnson
Lillian Bronson   ...   Mom Brennan
Arthur Hunnicutt   ...   Pop Brennan
Ilka Gruning   ...   Mama Ludwig

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