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The Beat Generation (3-Jul-1959)

Director: Charles Haas

Writers: Richard Matheson; Lewis Meltzer

Producer: Albert Zugsmith

Keywords: Crime, Beat Generation

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ray Anthony
Musician
20-Jan-1922   Young Man With a Horn
Louis Armstrong
Jazz Musician
4-Aug-1901 6-Jul-1971 Jazz trumpeter
Steve Cochran
Actor
25-May-1917 15-Jun-1965 The Damned Don't Cry
Jackie Coogan
Actor
26-Oct-1914 1-Mar-1984 Uncle Fester in The Addams Family
Ray Danton
Actor
19-Sep-1931 11-Feb-1992 The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond
Margaret Hayes
Actor
5-Dec-1916 26-Jan-1977 Blackboard Jungle
James Mitchum
Actor
8-May-1941   Son of Robert Mitchum
Mamie Van Doren
Actor
6-Feb-1931   High School Confidential!

CAST

Starring
Steve Cochran   ...   Dave Culloran
Mamie Van Doren   ...   Georgia Altera
Ray Danton   ...   Stan Hess
Fay Spain   ...   Francee Culloran
And
Louis Armstrong   ...   Himself
and His All Stars   ...   Themselves
Co-Starring
Margaret Hayes   ...   Joyce Greenfield
Jackie Coogan   ...   Jake Baron
James Mitchum   ...   Art Jester
Guest Stars
Cathy Crosby   ...   The Singer
Ray Anthony   ...   Harry Altera
Dick Contino   ...   The Singing Beatnik
Irish McCalla   ...   Marie Baron
Vampira   ...   The Poetess
Billy Daniels   ...   Dr. Elcott
Maxie Rosenbloom   ...   The Wrestling Beatnik
Charles Chaplin, Jr.   ...   Lover Boy
And
Grabowski   ...   The Beat Beatnik

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