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Her Twelve Men (11-Aug-1954)

Director: Robert Z. Leonard

Writers: Louise Baker; Laura Z. Hobson; William Roberts

Music by: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: John Houseman

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Arness
Actor
26-May-1923 3-Jun-2011 Marshal Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke
Tim Considine
Actor
31-Dec-1940   My Three Sons
Greer Garson
Actor
29-Sep-1904 6-Apr-1996 Mrs. Miniver
Richard Haydn
Actor
10-Mar-1905 25-Apr-1985 The Sound of Music
Barbara Lawrence
Actor
24-Feb-1930 13-Nov-2013 A Letter to Three Wives
Robert Ryan
Actor
11-Nov-1909 11-Jul-1973 Billy Budd
Barry Sullivan
Actor
29-Aug-1912 6-Jun-1994 The Bad and the Beautiful
Ivan Triesault
Actor
14-Jul-1898 3-Jan-1980 The Amazing Transparent Man
Ian Wolfe
Actor
4-Nov-1896 23-Jan-1992 Bedlam

CAST

Greer Garson   ...   Jan Stewart
Robert Ryan   ...   Joe Hargrave
Co-Starring
Barry Sullivan   ...   Richard Y. Oliver, Sr.
with
Richard Haydn   ...   Dr. Avord Barrett
Barbara Lawrence   ...   Barbara Dunning
James Arness   ...   Ralph Munsey
Rex Thompson   ...   Homer Curtis
Tim Considine   ...   Richard Y. Oliver, Jr.
David Stollery   ...   Jeff Carlin
Frances Bergen   ...   Sylvia Carlin
Ian Wolfe   ...   Roger Frane
Donald MacDonald   ...   Bobby Lennox
Dale Hartleben   ...   Kevin Clark
Ivan Triesault   ...   Erik Haldeman
Stuffy Singer   ...   Jimmy Travers
Peter Votrian   ...   Alan Saunders

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