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A Fever in the Blood (28-Jan-1961)

Director: Vincent Sherman

Writers: Roy Huggins; Harry Kleiner

From novel by: William Pearson

Music: Ernest Gold

Producer: Roy Huggins

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Don Ameche
Actor
31-May-1904 6-Dec-1993 Trading Places
Parley Baer
Actor
5-Aug-1914 22-Nov-2002 Chester on Gunsmoke radio
Ray Danton
Actor
19-Sep-1931 11-Feb-1992 The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond
Angie Dickinson
Actor
30-Sep-1931   Police Woman
Jack Kelly
Actor
16-Sep-1927 7-Nov-1992 Bart Maverick
Herbert Marshall
Actor
23-May-1890 22-Jan-1966 Foreign Correspondent
Carroll O'Connor
Actor
2-Aug-1924 21-Jun-2001 Archie Bunker in All in the Family
Jesse White
Actor
3-Jan-1917 9-Jan-1997 The Maytag Repairman, 1967-88
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.
Actor
30-Nov-1918   The F.B.I.

CAST

Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.   ...   Judge Hoffman
Angie Dickinson   ...   Cathy Simon
Jack Kelly   ...   Dan Callahan
Don Ameche   ...   Sen. Alex S. Simon
Also Starring
Ray Danton   ...   Marker
Herbert Marshall   ...   Gov. Thornwall
Andra Martin   ...   Laura Mayberry
with
Jesse White   ...   Mickey Beers
Rhodes Reason   ...   Walter Thornwall
Robert Colbert   ...   Thomas Morely
Carroll O'Connor   ...   Matt Keenan
Parley Baer   ...   Bosworth
Charles Irwin   ...   Forst
Saundra Edwards   ...   Lucy Callahan
June Blair   ...   Paula Thornwall

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