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Back from Eternity (7-Sep-1956)

Director: John Farrow

Writers: Jonathan Latimer; Richard Carroll

Music Composed and Conducted by: Franz Waxman

Producer: John Farrow

Keywords: Drama, Airplane Crash

An airplane with nine passengers aboard crashes the midst of a tribe of Jivaro headhunters in South America. When the craft is repaired, it will only be able to carry the weight of five of the nine passengers. Remake of Five Came Back (1939) by the same director, though in nearly all aspects, not necessarily an improvement.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Keith Andes
Actor
12-Jul-1920 11-Nov-2005 Clash by Night
Gene Barry
Actor
14-Jun-1919 9-Dec-2009 The War of the Worlds
Beulah Bondi
Actor
3-May-1888 1-Jan-1981 Make Way for Tomorrow
Fred Clark
Actor
19-Mar-1914 5-Dec-1968 A Place in the Sun
Anita Ekberg
Actor
29-Sep-1931   Artists and Models
Phyllis Kirk
Actor
18-Sep-1927 19-Oct-2006 House of Wax
Adele Mara
Actor
28-Apr-1923 7-May-2010 Angel in Exile
Jon Provost
Actor
12-Mar-1950   Timmy Martin on Lassie
Robert Ryan
Actor
11-Nov-1909 11-Jul-1973 Billy Budd
Rod Steiger
Actor
14-Apr-1925 9-Jul-2002 In The Heat of the Night
Jesse White
Actor
3-Jan-1917 9-Jan-1997 The Maytag Repairman, 1967-88

CAST

Robert Ryan   ...   Bill Lonagan
Anita Ekberg   ...   Rena
Rod Steiger   ...   Vasquel
Co-Starring
Phyllis Kirk   ...   Louise Milhorn
Keith Andes   ...   Joe Brooks
Gene Barry   ...   Jud Ellis
with
Fred Clark   ...   Crimp
Beulah Bondi   ...   Martha Spanger
Cameron Prud'Homme   ...   Henry Spanger
Jesse White   ...   Pete Boswick
Adele Mara   ...   Maria Alvarez
Jon Provost   ...   Tommy Malone

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