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Trial (7-Oct-1955)

Director: Mark Robson

Writer: Don M. Mankiewicz

From novel by: Don M. Mankiewicz

Music by: Daniele Amfitheatrof

Producer: Charles Schnee

Keywords: Drama, Courtroom

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Whit Bissell
Actor
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Elisha Cook, Jr.
Actor
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Glenn Ford
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Richard Gaines
Actor
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Paul Guilfoyle
Actor
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John Hodiak
Actor
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Actor
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Katy Jurado
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Arthur Kennedy
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Dorothy McGuire
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CAST

Starring
Glenn Ford   ...   David
Dorothy McGuire   ...   Abbe
Arthur Kennedy   ...   Barney
John Hodiak   ...   District Attorney Armstrong
Katy Jurado   ...   Mrs. Chavez
With
Rafael Campos   ...   Angel Chavez
Juano Hernandez   ...   Judge Theodore Motley
Robert Middleton   ...   A. A. "Fats" Sanders
John Hoyt   ...   Ralph Castillo
Paul Guilfoyle   ...   Cap Grant
Elisha Cook, Jr.   ...   Finn
Ann Lee   ...   Gail Wiltse
Whit Bissell   ...   Sam Wiltse
Richard Gaines   ...   Dr. Schacter
Barry Kelley   ...   Jim Brackett

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