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Twilight of Honor (16-Oct-1963)

Director: Boris Sagal

Writer: Henry Denker

From novel by: Al Dewlen

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Green

Keywords: Drama, Courtroom

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Nick Adams
Actor
10-Jul-1931 7-Feb-1968 Johnny Yuma on The Rebel
Joan Blackman
Actor
18-May-1938   Blue Hawaii
Pat Buttram
Actor
19-Jun-1915 8-Jan-1994 Mr. Haney on Green Acres
Richard Chamberlain
Actor
31-Mar-1935   Dr. Kildare and Shogun
Linda Evans
Actor
18-Nov-1942   Dynasty
Bert Freed
Actor
3-Nov-1919 2-Aug-1994 Rufe Ryker on Shane
James Gregory
Actor
23-Dec-1911 16-Sep-2002 Inspector Lugar on Barney Miller
Joey Heatherton
Actor
14-Sep-1944   1960s sex kitten
Jeanette Nolan
Actor
30-Dec-1911 5-Jun-1998 Annette Deveraux on Hotel de Paree
Claude Rains
Actor
10-Nov-1889 30-May-1967 The Invisible Man

CAST

starring
Richard Chamberlain   ...   David Mitchell
Nick Adams   ...   Ben Brown
Claude Rains   ...   Art Harper
Joan Blackman   ...   Susan Harper
James Gregory   ...   Norris Bixby
and introducing
Joey Heatherton   ...   Laura Mae Brown
With
Pat Buttram   ...   Cole Clinton
Jeanette Nolan   ...   Amy Clinton
Edgar Stehli   ...   Judge James Tucker
James Bell   ...   Charles Crispin
George Mitchell   ...   Paul Farish
Donald Barry   ...   Judson Elliot
Bert Freed   ...   Sheriff Buck Wheeler
Robin Raymond   ...   Therese Braden
June Dayton   ...   Vera Driscoll
Arch Johnson   ...   McWade
Linda Evans   ...   Alice Clinton

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