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Gunsight Ridge (Sep-1957)

Director: Francis D. Lyon

Writers: Talbot Jennings; Elisabeth Jennings

Music by: David Raksin

Producer: Robert Bassler

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
George Chandler
Actor
30-Jun-1898 10-Jun-1985 Uncle Petrie on Lassie
Carolyn Craig
Actor
27-Oct-1934 12-Dec-1970 House on Haunted Hill
L. Q. Jones
Actor
19-Aug-1927   Battle Cry
Joel McCrea
Actor
5-Nov-1905 20-Oct-1990 Ride the High Country
Slim Pickens
Actor
29-Jun-1919 8-Dec-1983 Tough cowboy actor
Addison Richards
Actor
20-Oct-1887 22-Mar-1964 American character actor
Mark Stevens
Actor
13-Dec-1916 15-Sep-1994 The Snake Pit
Herb Vigran
Actor
5-Jun-1910 29-Nov-1986 Television character actor
Joan Weldon
Actor
5-Aug-1933   Them!
Morgan Woodward
Actor
16-Sep-1925   Punk Anderson on Dallas

CAST

Joel McCrea   ...   Mike Ryan
Mark Stevens   ...   Velvet Clark
Co-Starring
Joan Weldon   ...   Molly
Featuring
Addison Richards   ...   Sheriff Jones
Darlene Fields   ...   Rosa
Carolyn Craig   ...   Girl
Robert Griffin   ...   Babcock
Stanford Jolley   ...   Daggett
George Chandler   ...   Gus Withers
Slim Pickens   ...   Hank Moss
Herb Vigran   ...   Justice of the Peace
Kitty Kelly   ...   [In credits only]
Jody McCrea   ...   Groom
Cindy Robbins   ...   Bride
The Lazy Heart Boys
L. Q. Jones   ...   Lazy Heart Boys
Morgan Woodward   ...   Lazy Heart Boys
Jim Foxx   ...   Lazy Heart Boys
Steve Mitchell   ...   Lazy Heart Boys

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