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Wyoming Mail (10-Oct-1950)

Director: Reginald Le Borg

Writers: Harry Essex; Leonard Lee; Robert Hardy Andrews

Producer: Aubrey Schenck

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Arness
Actor
26-May-1923 3-Jun-2011 Marshal Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke
Ed Begley, Sr.
Actor
25-Mar-1901 28-Apr-1970 Juror #10 in 12 Angry Men
Whit Bissell
Actor
25-Oct-1909 5-Mar-1996 The Time Tunnel
Frankie Darro
Actor
22-Dec-1917 25-Dec-1976 The Phantom Empire
Richard Egan
Actor
29-Jul-1921 20-Jul-1987 Samuel Clegg on Capitol
Gene Evans
Actor
11-Jul-1922 1-Apr-1998 Behemoth, the Sea Monster
Frank Fenton
Actor
9-Apr-1906 24-Jul-1957 Isle of Forgotten Sins
Richard Jaeckel
Actor
10-Oct-1926 14-Jun-1997 Sometimes a Great Notion
Stephen McNally
Actor
29-Jul-1913 4-Jun-1994 Winchester '73
Howard Da Silva
Actor
4-May-1909 16-Feb-1986 Bartender in The Lost Weekend
Alexis Smith
Actor
8-Jun-1921 9-Jun-1993 Here Comes the Groom

CAST

Stephen McNally   ...   Steve Davis
Alexis Smith   ...   Mary Williams
with
Howard Da Silva   ...   Cavanaugh
Ed Begley, Sr.   ...   Haynes
Dan Riss   ...   George Armstrong
Roy Roberts   ...   Charles De Haven
Armando Silvestre   ...   Indian Joe
Whit Bissell   ...   Sam
James Arness   ...   Russell
Richard Jaeckel   ...   Nate
Frankie Darro   ...   Rufe
Felipe Turich   ...   Pete
Richard Egan   ...   Beale
Gene Evans   ...   Shep
Frank Fenton   ...   Gilson
Emerson Treacy   ...   Ben

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