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Angel Baby (14-May-1961)

Director: Paul Wendkos

Writers: Orin Borsten; Paul Mason; Samuel Roeca

From novel: Jenny Angel by Elsie Oakes Barber

Music Composed and Conducted by: Wayne Shanklin

Producer: Thomas F. Woods

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joan Blondell
Actor
30-Aug-1906 25-Dec-1979 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
George Hamilton
Actor
12-Aug-1939   Well-tanned celebrity
Salome Jens
Actor
8-May-1935   Angel Baby
Henry Jones
Actor
1-Aug-1912 17-May-1999 The Bad Seed
Mercedes McCambridge
Actor
17-Mar-1916 2-Mar-2004 All the King's Men
Burt Reynolds
Actor
11-Feb-1936   Moustached Cannonball Run actor

CAST

Starring
George Hamilton   ...   Paul Strand
Mercedes McCambridge   ...   Sarah Strand
Joan Blondell   ...   Mollie Hays
Henry Jones   ...   Ben Hays
Burt Reynolds   ...   Hoke Adams
Roger Clark   ...   Sam Wilcox
Introducing
Salome Jens   ...   Jenny Angel
Featuring
Dudley Remus   ...   Otis Finch
R. L. Tex Armstrong   ...   The Shanty Man
Harry Swoger   ...   Big Cripple
Eddie Firestone   ...   Blind Man
Victoria Adams   ...   Ma Brooks
Barbara Biggart   ...   Farm Girl
with
Burt Williams   ...   The Killer
Ted Lehman   ...   Willis Ferguson
Marty Ryan   ...   Deputy Sheriff
Jimmy Beecham   ...   Man with a Conscience
Flora Lane   ...   Dropsy Woman
Alan Aric   ...   Father
Ruth Martin   ...   Mother
Davy Biladeau   ...   Little Boy

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