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Women's Prison (Feb-1955)

Director: Lewis Seiler

Writers: Jack DeWitt; Crane Wilbur

Producer: Bryan Foy

Keywords: Drama, Women in Prison

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mae Clarke
Actor
16-Aug-1910 29-Apr-1992 Waterloo Bridge
Howard Duff
Actor
24-Nov-1913 8-Jul-1990 Sam Spade on old time radio
Ross Elliott
Actor
18-Jun-1917 12-Aug-1999 Sheriff Abbott on The Virginian
Ida Lupino
Actor
4-Feb-1918 3-Aug-1995 The Man I Love
Cleo Moore
Actor
31-Oct-1928 25-Oct-1973 1950s sex symbol
Juanita Moore
Actor
19-Oct-1922 31-Dec-2013 Imitation of Life
Jan Sterling
Actor
3-Apr-1921 26-Mar-2004 Ace in the Hole
Warren Stevens
Actor
2-Nov-1919 27-Mar-2012 Forbidden Planet
Phyllis Thaxter
Actor
20-Nov-1921 14-Aug-2012 The World of Henry Orient
Audrey Totter
Actor
20-Dec-1918 12-Dec-2013 The Unsuspected

CAST

Starring
Ida Lupino   ...   Amelia van Zandt
Jan Sterling   ...   Brenda Martin
Cleo Moore   ...   Mae
Audrey Totter   ...   Joan Burton
Phyllis Thaxter   ...   Helene Jensen
and
Howard Duff   ...   Dr. Clark
with
Warren Stevens   ...   Glen Burton
Barry Kelley   ...   Warden Brock
Gertrude Michael   ...   Sturgess
Vivian Marshall   ...   Dottie
Mae Clarke   ...   Saunders
Ross Elliott   ...   Don Jensen
Adelle August   ...   Grace
Don C. Harvey   ...   Tierney
Juanita Moore   ...   Polyclinic Jones
Edna Holland   ...   Sarah

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