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Two Weeks in Another Town (17-Aug-1962)

Director: Vincente Minnelli

Writer: Charles Schnee

From novel: Two Weeks in Another Town by Irwin Shaw

Music Score: David Raksin

Producer: John Houseman

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cyd Charisse
Dancer
8-Mar-1922 17-Jun-2008 Vamp dancer in Singin' in the Rain
Kirk Douglas
Actor
9-Dec-1916   Spartacus
James Gregory
Actor
23-Dec-1911 16-Sep-2002 Inspector Lugar on Barney Miller
George Hamilton
Actor
12-Aug-1939   Well-tanned celebrity
Daliah Lavi
Actor
12-Oct-1940   The Whip and the Body
George Macready
Actor
29-Aug-1908 2-Jul-1973 Paths of Glory
Edward G. Robinson
Actor
12-Dec-1893 26-Jan-1973 Key Largo
Vito Scotti
Actor
26-Jan-1918 5-Jun-1996 Character actor, 1950s to 1990s
Claire Trevor
Actor
8-Mar-1910 8-Apr-2000 Key Largo
Leslie Uggams
Actor
25-May-1943   Roots

CAST

Kirk Douglas   ...   Jack Andrus
Edward G. Robinson   ...   Maurice Kruger
Co-Starring
Cyd Charisse   ...   Carlotta
George Hamilton   ...   Davie Drew
Daliah Lavi   ...   Veronica
Claire Trevor   ...   Clara
James Gregory   ...   Brad Byrd
And
Rosanna Schiaffino   ...   Barzelli
With
Joanna Roos   ...   Janet Bark
George Macready   ...   Lew Jordan
Mino Doro   ...   Tucino
Stefan Schnabel   ...   Zeno
Vito Scotti   ...   Assistant Director
Tom Palmer   ...   Dr. Cold Eyes
Erich von Stroheim, Jr.   ...   Ravinksi
and
Leslie Uggams   ...   Chanteuse

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