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Hotel (19-Jan-1967)

Director: Richard Quine

Writer: Wendell Mayes

From novel: Hotel by Arthur Hailey

Original Music by: Johnny Keating

Producer: Wendell Mayes

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Conte
Actor
24-Mar-1910 15-Apr-1975 The Blue Gardenia
Melvyn Douglas
Actor
5-Apr-1901 4-Aug-1981 Being There
Karl Malden
Actor
22-Mar-1912 1-Jul-2009 Streets of San Francisco
Kevin McCarthy
Actor
15-Feb-1914 11-Sep-2010 Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Carmen McRae
Singer
8-Apr-1922 10-Nov-1994 Jazz vocalist
Merle Oberon
Actor
19-Feb-1911 23-Nov-1979 Wuthering Heights
Michael Rennie
Actor
25-Aug-1909 10-Jun-1971 The Day the Earth Stood Still
Catherine Spaak
Actor
3-Apr-1945   The Cat o' Nine Tails
Rod Taylor
Actor
11-Jan-1930   The Time Machine

CAST

Starring
Rod Taylor   ...   Peter McDermott
Catherine Spaak   ...   Jeanne
Karl Malden   ...   Keycase
Melvyn Douglas   ...   Trent
Richard Conte   ...   Dupere
Michael Rennie   ...   Duke of Lanbourne
Also Starring
Kevin McCarthy   ...   O'Keefe
Carmen McRae   ...   Christine
with
Alfred Ryder   ...   Capt. Yolles
Roy Roberts   ...   Bailey
Al Checco   ...   Herbie
Sheila Bromley   ...   Mrs. Grandin
Harry Hickox   ...   Sam
William Lanteau   ...   Mason
Ken Lynch   ...   Laswell
Clinton Sundberg   ...   Morgan
Tol Avery   ...   Kilbrick
Davis Roberts   ...   Dr. Adams
and
Merle Oberon   ...   The Duchess

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