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The Glass Key (15-Oct-1942)

Director: Stuart Heisler

Writer: Jonathan Latimer

From novel by: Dashiell Hammett

Music Score by: Victor Young

Keywords: Drama, Film Noir

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William Bendix
Actor
14-Jan-1906 14-Dec-1964 The Life of Riley
Joseph Calleia
Actor
4-Aug-1897 31-Oct-1975 Touch of Evil
Richard Denning
Actor
27-Mar-1914 11-Oct-1998 Gov. Grey on Hawaii 5-O
Brian Donlevy
Actor
9-Feb-1901 5-Apr-1972 The Great McGinty
Frances Gifford
Actor
7-Dec-1919 15-Jan-1994 Jungle Girl
Bonita Granville
Actor
2-Feb-1923 11-Oct-1988 These Three
Margaret Hayes
Actor
5-Dec-1916 26-Jan-1977 Blackboard Jungle
Alan Ladd
Actor
3-Sep-1913 29-Jan-1964 Shane
Veronica Lake
Actor
14-Nov-1922 7-Jul-1973 Sullivan's Travels
Donald MacBride
Actor
23-Jun-1889 21-Jun-1957 High Sierra
Moroni Olsen
Actor
27-Jun-1889 22-Nov-1954 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

CAST

Brian Donlevy   ...   Paul Madvig
Veronica Lake   ...   Janet Henry
Alan Ladd   ...   Ed Beaumont
with
Bonita Granville   ...   Opal Madvig
Richard Denning   ...   Taylor Henry
Joseph Calleia   ...   Nick Varna
William Bendix   ...   Jeff
Frances Gifford   ...   Nurse
Donald MacBride   ...   Farr
Margaret Hayes   ...   Eloise Matthews
Moroni Olsen   ...   Ralph Henry
Eddie Marr   ...   Rusty
Arthur Loft   ...   Clyde Matthews
George Meader   ...   Claude Tuttle

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