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Fighting Man of the Plains (16-Nov-1949)

Director: Edwin L. Marin

Writer: Frank Gruber

From novel: Fighting Man by Frank Gruber

Music: Paul Sawtell

Producer: Nat Holt

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Victor Jory
Actor
23-Nov-1902 12-Feb-1982 Cat-Women of the Moon
Douglas Kennedy
Actor
14-Sep-1915 10-Aug-1973 Steve Donovan, Western Marshal
Dale Robertson
Actor
14-Jul-1923 27-Feb-2013 Tales of Wells Fargo
Randolph Scott
Actor
23-Jan-1898 2-Mar-1987 Ride the High Country
Bill Williams
Actor
21-May-1915 21-Sep-1992 The Adventures of Kit Carson
Rhys Williams
Actor
31-Dec-1897 28-May-1969 The Bells of St. Mary's

CAST

Randolph Scott   ...   Jim Dancer
with
Bill Williams   ...   Johnny Tancred
Victor Jory   ...   Dave Oldham
Jane Nigh   ...   Florence Peel
And Introducing
Dale Robertson   ...   Jesse James
and
Douglas Kennedy   ...   Ken Vedder
Joan Taylor   ...   Evelyn Slocum
James Todd   ...   Hobson
Rhys Williams   ...   Chandler Leach
Barry Kelley   ...   Slocum
Berry Kroeger   ...   Cliff Bailey
Paul Fix   ...   Yancey
James Millican   ...   Cummings
Burk Symon   ...   Meeker
Herbert Rawlinson   ...   Lawyer
J. Farrell MacDonald   ...   Partridge
Harry Cheshire   ...   Lanyard
James Griffith   ...   Quantrell
Tony Hughes   ...   Kerrigan
John Hamilton   ...   Currier
John Halloran   ...   Harmer
Cliff Clark   ...   Travers
Anthony Jochim   ...   Holz
James Harrison   ...   Slattery
Matt Willis   ...   Ferryman

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