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The Fighting Kentuckian (15-Sep-1949)

Director: George Waggner

Writer: George Waggner

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Philip Dorn
Actor
30-Sep-1901 9-May-1975 Random Harvest
Paul Fix
Actor
13-Mar-1901 14-Oct-1983 Marshal Torrance on The Rifleman
Hugo Haas
Actor
18-Feb-1901 1-Dec-1968 King Solomon's Mines
Oliver Hardy
Actor
18-Jan-1892 7-Aug-1957 Laurel and Hardy
John Howard
Actor
14-Apr-1913 19-Feb-1995 Bulldog Drummond
Mae Marsh
Actor
9-Nov-1895 13-Feb-1968 The Birth of a Nation
Odette Myrtil
Actor
28-Jun-1898 18-Nov-1978 Out of the Fog
Vera Ralston
Actor
12-Jun-1921 9-Feb-2003 Dakota
John Wayne
Actor
26-May-1907 11-Jun-1979 The Duke
Marie Windsor
Actor
11-Dec-1919 10-Dec-2000 The Killing
Grant Withers
Actor
17-Jan-1904 27-Mar-1959 American character actor

CAST

John Wayne   ...   John Breen
Vera Ralston   ...   Fleurette De Marchand
Philip Dorn   ...   Col. Georges Geraud
Oliver Hardy   ...   Willie Paine
Marie Windsor   ...   Ann Logan
John Howard   ...   Blake Randolph
Hugo Haas   ...   Gen. Paul De Marchand
Grant Withers   ...   George Hayden
Odette Myrtil   ...   Madame De Marchand
Paul Fix   ...   Beau Merritt
Mae Marsh   ...   Sister Hattie
Jack Pennick   ...   Capt. Dan Carroll
Mickey Simpson   ...   Jacques (Marie's father)
Fred Graham   ...   Carter Ward
Mabelle Koenig   ...   Marie
Shy Waggner   ...   Friend
Crystal White   ...   Friend

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