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The Left Handed Gun (7-May-1958)

Director: Arthur Penn

Writer: Leslie Stevens

From a play: The Death of Billy the Kid by Gore Vidal (claimed in credits)

Music: Alexander Courage

Producer: Fred Coe

Keywords: Western, Biography

Not based on a play by Gore Vidal, despite the claim.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Best
Actor
26-Jul-1926   Roscoe P. Coltrane on Dukes
Wally Brown
Actor
9-Oct-1904 13-Nov-1961 Zombies on Broadway
John Dehner
Actor
23-Nov-1915 4-Feb-1992 Carousel
Hurd Hatfield
Actor
7-Dec-1917 26-Dec-1998 The Picture of Dorian Gray
Paul Newman
Actor
26-Jan-1925 26-Sep-2008 Salad dressing magnate
Nestor Paiva
Actor
30-Jun-1905 9-Sep-1966 Tarantula
Denver Pyle
Actor
11-May-1920 25-Dec-1997 Jesse Duke on Dukes of Hazzard

CAST

Paul Newman   ...   Billy the Kid
Also Starring
Lita Milan   ...   Celsa
John Dehner   ...   Pat Garrett
Hurd Hatfield   ...   Moultrie
with
James Congdon   ...   Charlie Boudre
James Best   ...   Tom Folliard
Colin Keith-Johnston   ...   Tunstall
John Dierkes   ...   McSween
Bob Anderson   ...   Hill
Wally Brown   ...   Moon
Ainslie Pryor   ...   Joe Grant
Martin Garralaga   ...   Saval
Denver Pyle   ...   Ollinger
Paul Smith   ...   Bell
Nestor Paiva   ...   Maxwell
Jo Summers   ...   Mrs. Garrett
Robert Foulk   ...   Brady
Anne Barton   ...   Mrs. Hill

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