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Vengeance Valley (16-Feb-1951)

Director: Richard Thorpe

Writer: Irving Ravetch

From novel: Vengeance Valley by Luke Short

Music by: Rudolph G. Kopp

Producer: Nicholas Nayfack

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Stanley Andrews
Actor
28-Aug-1891 23-Jun-1969 Death Valley Days
Carleton Carpenter
Actor
10-Jul-1926   Two Weeks: With Love
Ray Collins
Actor
10-Dec-1889 11-Jul-1965 Lt. Tragg on Perry Mason
Ted de Corsia
Actor
29-Sep-1905 11-Apr-1973 The Enforcer
Joanne Dru
Actor
31-Jan-1922 10-Sep-1996 She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
Sally Forrest
Actor
28-May-1928   While the City Sleeps
John Ireland
Actor
30-Jan-1914 21-Mar-1992 All the King's Men
Burt Lancaster
Actor
2-Nov-1913 20-Oct-1994 Elmer Gantry
Hugh O'Brian
Actor
19-Apr-1925   The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
Robert Walker
Actor
13-Oct-1918 28-Aug-1951 Strangers on a Train
Will Wright
Actor
26-Mar-1894 19-Jun-1962 Character actor

CAST

Burt Lancaster   ...   Owen Daybright
Co-Starring
Robert Walker   ...   Lee Strobie
Joanne Dru   ...   Jen Strobie
Sally Forrest   ...   Lily
With
John Ireland   ...   Hub Fasken
Carleton Carpenter   ...   Hewie
Ray Collins   ...   Arch Strobie
Ted de Corsia   ...   Herb Backett
Hugh O'Brian   ...   Dick Fasken
Will Wright   ...   Mr. Willoughby
Grace Mills   ...   Mrs. Burke
James Hayward   ...   Con Alvis
James Harrison   ...   Orv Esterly
Stanley Andrews   ...   Mead Calhoun

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