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The Buster Keaton Story (May-1957)

Director: Sidney Sheldon

Writers: Sidney Sheldon; Robert Smith

Music Scored by: Victor Young

Producers: Robert Smith; Sidney Sheldon

Keywords: Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Anderson
Actor
8-Aug-1926   Oscar Goldman on The 6 Million Dollar Man
Ann Blyth
Actor
16-Aug-1928   Mildred Pierce
Jackie Coogan
Actor
26-Oct-1914 1-Mar-1984 Uncle Fester in The Addams Family
Cecil B. DeMille
Film Director
12-Aug-1881 21-Jan-1959 Pioneering film director
Rhonda Fleming
Actor
10-Aug-1923   Spellbound
Larry Keating
Actor
13-Jun-1896 26-Aug-1963 Roger Addison on Mister Ed
Peter Lorre
Actor
26-Jun-1904 23-Mar-1964 The Maltese Falcon
Nan Martin
Actor
15-Jul-1927 4-Mar-2010 The Drew Carey Show
Donald O'Connor
Actor
28-Aug-1925 27-Sep-2003 Singin' in the Rain
Dan Seymour
Actor
22-Feb-1915 25-May-1993 Return of the Fly
Ivan Triesault
Actor
14-Jul-1898 3-Jan-1980 The Amazing Transparent Man

CAST

Starring
Donald O'Connor   ...   Buster Keaton
Ann Blyth   ...   Gloria
Guest Star
Rhonda Fleming   ...   Peggy Courtney
Co-Starring
Peter Lorre   ...   Kurt Bergner
with
Larry Keating   ...   Larry Winters
Richard Anderson   ...   Tom McAffee
Dave Willock   ...   Joe Keaton
Claire Carleton   ...   Myra Keaton
Larry White   ...   Buster, Age 7
Jackie Coogan   ...   Elmer Case

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