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The Violent Men (26-Jan-1955)

Director: Rudolph Maté

Writer: Harry Kleiner

From novel: Smoky Valley by Donald Hamilton

Music by: Max Steiner

Producer: Lewis J. Rachmil

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Warner Anderson
Actor
10-Mar-1911 26-Aug-1976 Matthew Swain on Peyton Place
Willis Bouchey
Actor
24-May-1907 27-Sep-1977 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Glenn Ford
Actor
1-May-1916 30-Aug-2006 Gilda, Blackboard Jungle
Dianne Foster
Actor
31-Oct-1928   The Last Hurrah
Richard Jaeckel
Actor
10-Oct-1926 14-Jun-1997 Sometimes a Great Notion
Brian Keith
Actor
14-Nov-1921 24-Jun-1997 Uncle Bill on Family Affair
Jack Kelly
Actor
16-Sep-1927 7-Nov-1992 Bart Maverick
Edward G. Robinson
Actor
12-Dec-1893 26-Jan-1973 Key Largo
Basil Ruysdael
Actor
24-Jul-1888 10-Oct-1960 The Cocoanuts
Barbara Stanwyck
Actor
16-Jul-1907 20-Jan-1990 Double Indemnity
James Westerfield
Actor
22-Mar-1913 20-Sep-1971 On the Waterfront
May Wynn
Actor
8-Jan-1928   The Caine Mutiny

CAST

Glenn Ford   ...   John Parrish
Barbara Stanwyck   ...   Martha Wilkison
Edward G. Robinson   ...   Lee Wilkison
Dianne Foster   ...   Judith Wilkison
Brian Keith   ...   Cole Wilkison
May Wynn   ...   Caroline Vail
with
Warner Anderson   ...   Jim McCloud
Basil Ruysdael   ...   Tex Hinkleman
Lita Milan   ...   Elena
Richard Jaeckel   ...   Wade Matlock
James Westerfield   ...   Sheriff Magruder
Jack Kelly   ...   De Rosa
Willis Bouchey   ...   Sheriff Kenner
Harry Shannon   ...   Purdue

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