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Raintree County (4-Oct-1957)

Director: Edward Dmytryk

Writer: Millard Kaufman

From novel by: Ross Lockridge, Jr.

Music by: Johnny Green

Producer: David Lewis

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Civil War

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Abel
Actor
6-Jun-1898 26-Mar-1987 The Three Musketeers
Montgomery Clift
Actor
17-Oct-1920 23-Jul-1966 From Here to Eternity
Tom Drake
Actor
5-Aug-1918 11-Aug-1982 Meet Me In St. Louis
DeForest Kelley
Actor
20-Jan-1920 11-Jun-1999 Dr. McCoy on Star Trek
Lee Marvin
Actor
19-Feb-1924 29-Aug-1987 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Agnes Moorehead
Actor
6-Dec-1900 30-Apr-1974 Endora on Bewitched
Nigel Patrick
Actor
2-May-1913 21-Sep-1981 The Browning Version
Eva Marie Saint
Actor
4-Jul-1924   North by Northwest
Elizabeth Taylor
Actor
27-Feb-1932 23-Mar-2011 Cleopatra
Rod Taylor
Actor
11-Jan-1930   The Time Machine
Rhys Williams
Actor
31-Dec-1897 28-May-1969 The Bells of St. Mary's

CAST

Montgomery Clift   ...   John Shawnessy
Elizabeth Taylor   ...   Susannah Drake
Eva Marie Saint   ...   Nell Gaither
Nigel Patrick   ...   Prof. Stiles
Co-Starring
Lee Marvin   ...   Flash Perkins
With
Rod Taylor   ...   Garwood B. Jones
Agnes Moorehead   ...   Ellen Shawnessy
Walter Abel   ...   T. D. Shawnessy
Jarma Lewis   ...   Barbara Drake
Tom Drake   ...   Bobby Drake
Rhys Williams   ...   Ezra Gray
Russell Collins   ...   Niles Foster
DeForest Kelley   ...   Southern Official

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