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Bad Men of Missouri (26-Jul-1941)

Director: Ray Enright

Writers: Charles Grayson; Robert E. Kent

Music by: Howard Jackson

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roscoe Ates
Actor
20-Jan-1895 1-Mar-1962 The Champ
Alan Baxter
Actor
19-Nov-1908 7-May-1976 Saboteur
Walter Catlett
Actor
4-Feb-1889 14-Nov-1960 Bringing Up Baby
Faye Emerson
Actor
8-Jul-1917 9-Mar-1983 Namesake of the Emmy award
Victor Jory
Actor
23-Nov-1902 12-Feb-1982 Cat-Women of the Moon
Arthur Kennedy
Actor
17-Feb-1914 5-Jan-1990 The Man from Laramie
Dennis Morgan
Actor
20-Dec-1908 7-Sep-1994 My Wild Irish Rose
Wayne Morris
Actor
17-Feb-1914 14-Sep-1959 Paths of Glory
Howard Da Silva
Actor
4-May-1909 16-Feb-1986 Bartender in The Lost Weekend
Russell Simpson
Actor
17-Jun-1880 12-Dec-1959 The Grapes of Wrath
Jane Wyman
Actor
5-Jan-1917 10-Sep-2007 Falcon Crest

CAST

Starring
Dennis Morgan   ...   Cole Younger
Jane Wyman   ...   Mary Hathaway
Wayne Morris   ...   Bob Younger
With
Arthur Kennedy   ...   Jim Younger
Victor Jory   ...   William Merrick
Alan Baxter   ...   Jesse James
Walter Catlett   ...   Mr. Pettibone
Howard Da Silva   ...   Greg Bilson
Faye Emerson   ...   Martha Adams
Russell Simpson   ...   Hank Younger
Virginia Brissac   ...   Mrs. Hathaway
Erville Alderson   ...   Mr. Adams
Hugh Sothern   ...   Fred Robinson
Sam McDaniel   ...   Wash
Dorothy Vaughan   ...   Mrs. Dalton
William Gould   ...   Sheriff Brennan
Robert Winkler   ...   Willie Younger
Ann Todd   ...   Amy Younger
Roscoe Ates   ...   Lafe

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