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The Kansan (10-Sep-1943)

Director: George Archainbaud

Writer: Harold Shumate

From story: Peace Marshal by Frank Gruber

Music Score by: Gerard Carbonara

Producer: Harry Sherman

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Armstrong
Actor
20-Nov-1890 20-Apr-1973 King Kong
Willie Best
Actor
27-May-1913 27-Feb-1962 Sleep 'n' Eat
Clem Bevans
Actor
16-Oct-1879 11-Aug-1963 Saboteur
Rod Cameron
Actor
7-Dec-1910 21-Dec-1983 The Bounty Killer
Hobart Cavanaugh
Actor
22-Sep-1886 27-Apr-1950 A Midsummer Night's Dream
Albert Dekker
Actor
20-Dec-1905 5-May-1968 The Wild Bunch
Richard Dix
Actor
18-Jul-1893 20-Sep-1949 Cimarron
Douglas Fowley
Actor
30-May-1911 21-May-1998 Doc Holliday on TV's Wyatt Earp
Victor Jory
Actor
23-Nov-1902 12-Feb-1982 Cat-Women of the Moon
Eugene Pallette
Actor
8-Jul-1889 3-Sep-1954 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Jane Wyatt
Actor
12-Aug-1910 20-Oct-2006 Father Knows Best

CAST

Starring
Richard Dix   ...   John Bonniwell
Jane Wyatt   ...   Eleanor Sager
Albert Dekker   ...   Steve Barat
Eugene Pallette   ...   Tom Waggoner
Victor Jory   ...   Jeff Barat
Robert Armstrong   ...   Malachy
Beryl Wallace   ...   Soubrette
Clem Bevans   ...   Bridge-Tender
Hobart Cavanaugh   ...   Josh Hudkins
And
Francis McDonald   ...   Gil Hatton
Willie Best   ...   Bones
Douglas Fowley   ...   Ben Nash
Rod Cameron   ...   Kelso
Eddy Waller   ...   Ed Gilbert
Raphael Bennett   ...   Messenger

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