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Bad Bascomb (22-May-1946)

Director: S. Sylvan Simon

Writers: Grant Garett; William Lipman; D. A. Loxley

Musical Score: David Snell

Producer: Orville O. Dull

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Warner Anderson
Actor
10-Mar-1911 26-Aug-1976 Matthew Swain on Peyton Place
Wallace Beery
Actor
1-Apr-1885 15-Apr-1949 Grand Hotel
Connie Gilchrist
Actor
17-Jul-1895 3-Mar-1985 Character actress
Sara Haden
Actor
17-Nov-1899 15-Sep-1981 The Shop Around the Corner
Marjorie Main
Actor
24-Feb-1890 10-Apr-1975 Ma and Pa Kettle
J. Carrol Naish
Actor
21-Jan-1896 24-Jan-1973 Sahara
Margaret O'Brien
Actor
15-Jan-1937   Meet Me in St. Louis
Henry O'Neill
Actor
10-Aug-1891 18-May-1961 Anchors Aweigh
Frances Rafferty
Actor
16-Jun-1922 18-Apr-2004 Ruth Henshaw in December Bride
Russell Simpson
Actor
17-Jun-1880 12-Dec-1959 The Grapes of Wrath
Marshall Thompson
Actor
27-Nov-1925 18-May-1992 To Hell and Back

CAST

Wallace Beery   ...   Zeb Bascomb
Margaret O'Brien   ...   Emmy
with
Marjorie Main   ...   Abbey Hanks
J. Carrol Naish   ...   Bart Yancy
Frances Rafferty   ...   Dora
Marshall Thompson   ...   Jimmy Holden
Russell Simpson   ...   Elijah Walker
Warner Anderson   ...   Luther Mason
Donald Curtis   ...   John Fulton
Connie Gilchrist   ...   Annie Freemont
Sara Haden   ...   Tillie Lovejoy
Renie Riano   ...   Lucy Lovejoy
Jane Green   ...   Hannah
Henry O'Neill   ...   Gov. Winton
Frank Darien   ...   Elder Moab McCabe

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