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Rogue's March (13-Feb-1953)

Director: Allan Davis

Writer: Leon Gordon

Producer: Leon Gordon

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Abbott
Actor
5-Jun-1905 24-May-1996 The Woman in White
Leo G. Carroll
Actor
25-Oct-1892 16-Oct-1972 Waverly on The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Richard Greene
Actor
25-Aug-1918 1-Jun-1985 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Peter Lawford
Actor
7-Sep-1923 24-Dec-1984 Rat Pack member
Lester Matthews
Actor
6-Jun-1900 6-Jun-1975 The Raven
Sean McClory
Actor
8-Mar-1924 10-Dec-2003 The Quiet Man
Michael Pate
Actor
26-Feb-1920 1-Sep-2008 Hondo
Hayden Rorke
Actor
23-Oct-1910 19-Aug-1987 Dr. Bellows on I Dream of Jeannie
Janice Rule
Actor
15-Aug-1931 17-Oct-2003 3 Women

CAST

Starring
Peter Lawford   ...   Capt. Dion Lenbridge
Richard Greene   ...   Capt. Thomas Garron
Janice Rule   ...   Jane Wensley
Leo G. Carroll   ...   Col. Lenbridge
John Abbott   ...   Herbert Bielensen
Patrick Aherne   ...   Maj. Wensley
John Dodsworth   ...   Maj. MacStreet
Herbert Deans   ...   Prosecutor
Hayden Rorke   ...   Maj. Fallow
John Lupton   ...   Lt. Jersey
Barney Bernard   ...   Sergeant
Charles Davis   ...   Cpl. Biggs
Jack Raine   ...   Gen. Woodbury
Richard Hale   ...   Emissary
Michael Pate   ...   Crane
Skelton Knaggs   ...   Fish
Sean McClory   ...   McGinty
Otto Waldis   ...   Alex
Hugh French   ...   Capt. Foster
Leslie Denison   ...   Lt. Col. Harvill
Lester Matthews   ...   Brig. General

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