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Halls of Montezuma (5-Jan-1951)

Director: Lewis Milestone

Writer: Michael Blankfort

Music: Sol Kaplan

Producer: Robert Bassler

Keywords: Action/Adventure, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Philip Ahn
Actor
29-Mar-1905 28-Feb-1978 Early Korean-American actor
Richard Boone
Actor
18-Jun-1917 10-Jan-1981 Have Gun, Will Travel
Neville Brand
Actor
13-Aug-1920 16-Apr-1992 Birdman of Alcatraz
Bert Freed
Actor
3-Nov-1919 2-Aug-1994 Rufe Ryker on Shane
Reginald Gardiner
Actor
27-Feb-1903 7-Jul-1980 English-American character actor
Skip Homeier
Actor
5-Oct-1930   Halls of Montezuma
Karl Malden
Actor
22-Mar-1912 1-Jul-2009 Streets of San Francisco
Martin Milner
Actor
28-Dec-1931   LAPD officer Pete Malloy on Adam-12
Jack Palance
Actor
18-Feb-1919 10-Nov-2006 Performed one-handed push-ups
Robert Wagner
Actor
10-Feb-1930   Jonathan Hart on Hart to Hart
Jack Webb
Actor
2-Apr-1920 23-Dec-1982 Joe Friday in Dragnet
Richard Widmark
Actor
26-Dec-1914 24-Mar-2008 Kiss of Death

CAST

Richard Widmark   ...   Lt. Anderson
with
Jack Palance   ...   Pigeon Lane
Reginald Gardiner   ...   Sgt. Johnson
Robert Wagner   ...   Coffman
Karl Malden   ...   Doc
Richard Hylton   ...   Conroy
Richard Boone   ...   Lt. Col. Gilfillan
Skip Homeier   ...   Pretty Boy
Don Hicks   ...   Lt. Butterfield
Jack Webb   ...   Correspondent Dickerman
Bert Freed   ...   Slattery
Neville Brand   ...   Sgt. Zelenko
Martin Milner   ...   Whitney
Philip Ahn   ...   Nomura

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