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Man in the Shadow (Sep-1957)

Director: Jack Arnold

Writer: Gene L. Coon

Producer: Albert Zugsmith

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeff Chandler
Actor
15-Dec-1918 17-Jun-1961 Broken Arrow
Royal Dano
Actor
16-Nov-1922 15-May-1994 The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao
Paul Fix
Actor
13-Mar-1901 14-Oct-1983 Marshal Torrance on The Rifleman
James Gleason
Actor
23-May-1882 12-Apr-1959 Here Comes Mr. Jordan
Leo Gordon
Actor
2-Dec-1922 26-Dec-2000 Riot in Cell Block 11
John Larch
Actor
4-Oct-1914 16-Oct-2005 Character actor
Barbara Lawrence
Actor
24-Feb-1930   A Letter to Three Wives
Forrest Lewis
Actor
5-Nov-1899 2-Jun-1977 Character actor
William Schallert
Actor
6-Jul-1922   Martin Lane on The Patty Duke Show
Orson Welles
Actor
6-May-1915 10-Oct-1985 Citizen Kane

CAST

Jeff Chandler   ...   Ben Sadler
Orson Welles   ...   Virgil Renchler
Colleen Miller   ...   Skippy Renchler
Ben Alexander   ...   Ab Begley
Co-Starring
Barbara Lawrence   ...   Helen Sadler
with
John Larch   ...   Ed Yates
James Gleason   ...   Hank James
Royal Dano   ...   Aiken Clay
Paul Fix   ...   Herb Parker
Leo Gordon   ...   Chet Huneker
Martin Garralaga   ...   Jesus Cisneros
Mario Siletti   ...   Tony Santoro
Charles Horvath   ...   Len Bookman
William Schallert   ...   Jim Shaney
Joseph J. Greene   ...   Harry Youngquist
Forrest Lewis   ...   Jake Kelley
Harry Harvey, Sr.   ...   Dr. Creighton
Joe Schneider   ...   Juan Martin
Mort Mills   ...   Gateman

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