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My Six Convicts (12-Mar-1952)

Director: Hugo Fregonese

Writer: Michael Blankfort

From novel: My Six Convicts by Donald Powell Wilson

Music Composed and Directed by: Dimitri Tiomkin

Keywords: Drama, Comedy, Prison

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jay Adler
Actor
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John Beal
Actor
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Charles Bronson
Actor
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Alf Kjellin
Actor
28-Feb-1920 5-Apr-1988 Torment
John Marley
Actor
17-Oct-1907 22-May-1984 Godfather horsehead recipient
Millard Mitchell
Actor
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Harry Morgan
Actor
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Gilbert Roland
Actor
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Marshall Thompson
Actor
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Regis Toomey
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Carleton Young
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CAST

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Millard Mitchell   ...   James Connie
Gilbert Roland   ...   Punch Pinero
John Beal   ...   Doc
Marshall Thompson   ...   Blivens Scott
Alf Kjellin   ...   Clem Randall
Harry Morgan   ...   Dawson
Jay Adler   ...   Steve Kopac
Regis Toomey   ...   Dr. Gordon
Fay Roope   ...   Warden Potter
Carleton Young   ...   Capt. Haggarty
John Marley   ...   Knotty Johnson
Russ Conway   ...   Dr. Hughes
Byron Foulger   ...   Dr. Brint
Charles Bronson   ...   Jocko

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