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Sundown (20-Oct-1941)

Director: Henry Hathaway

Writers: Barré Lyndon; Charles G. Booth

From story: Sundown by Barré Lyndon (story, in the Saturday Evening Post)

Musical Score: Miklos Rozsa

Keywords: Drama, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bruce Cabot
Actor
20-Apr-1904 3-May-1972 Saved Fay Wray from King Kong
Joseph Calleia
Actor
4-Aug-1897 31-Oct-1975 Touch of Evil
Harry Carey, Sr.
Actor
16-Jan-1878 21-Sep-1947 VP in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Dorothy Dandridge
Actor
9-Nov-1922 8-Sep-1965 Carmen Jones
Carl Esmond
Actor
14-Jun-1902 4-Dec-2004 Ministry of Fear
Reginald Gardiner
Actor
27-Feb-1903 7-Jul-1980 English-American character actor
Cedric Hardwicke
Actor
19-Feb-1893 6-Aug-1964 Suspicion
Marc Lawrence
Actor
17-Feb-1910 28-Nov-2005 Prolific character actor
George Sanders
Actor
3-Jul-1906 25-Apr-1972 The Saint Strikes Back
Gene Tierney
Actor
19-Nov-1920 6-Nov-1991 Laura

CAST

Starring
Gene Tierney   ...   Zia
with
Bruce Cabot   ...   Crawford, District Commissioner of Manieka
George Sanders   ...   Coombes
Harry Carey, Sr.   ...   Dewey
Joseph Calleia   ...   Pallini
Reginald Gardiner   ...   Turner
Carl Esmond   ...   Kuypens
Marc Lawrence   ...   Abdi Hammud
and
Cedric Hardwicke   ...   Bishop Coombes
Gilbert Emery   ...   Ashburton
Jeni Le Gon   ...   Miriami
Emmett Smith   ...   Kipsang
Dorothy Dandridge   ...   Kipsang's Wife

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