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Johnny Guitar (27-May-1954)

Director: Nicholas Ray

Writer: Philip Yordan

From novel: Johnny Guitar by Roy Chanslor

Music: Victor Young

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ward Bond
Actor
9-Apr-1903 5-Nov-1960 Wagon Train
Ernest Borgnine
Actor
24-Jan-1917 8-Jul-2012 Marty
Scott Brady
Actor
13-Sep-1924 16-Apr-1985 Dancin' Kid in Johnny Guitar
John Carradine
Actor
5-Feb-1906 27-Nov-1988 In over 200 B movies
Ben Cooper
Actor
30-Sep-1933   The Last Command
Joan Crawford
Actor
23-Mar-1905 10-May-1977 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Royal Dano
Actor
16-Nov-1922 15-May-1994 The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao
Frank Ferguson
Actor
25-Dec-1899 12-Sep-1978 Eli Carson on Peyton Place
Paul Fix
Actor
13-Mar-1901 14-Oct-1983 Marshal Torrance on The Rifleman
Sterling Hayden
Actor
26-Mar-1916 23-May-1986 Jack D. Ripper in Dr. Strangelove
Ian MacDonald
Actor
28-Jun-1914 11-Apr-1978 High Noon
Mercedes McCambridge
Actor
17-Mar-1916 2-Mar-2004 All the King's Men
Rhys Williams
Actor
31-Dec-1897 28-May-1969 The Bells of St. Mary's

CAST

Joan Crawford   ...   Vienna
Co-Starring
Sterling Hayden   ...   Johnny Guitar
Mercedes McCambridge   ...   Emma Small
Scott Brady   ...   Dancing Kid
With
Ward Bond   ...   John McIvers
Ben Cooper   ...   Turkey Ralston
Ernest Borgnine   ...   Bart Lonergan
John Carradine   ...   Old Tom
Royal Dano   ...   Corey
Frank Ferguson   ...   Marshal Williams
Paul Fix   ...   Eddie
Rhys Williams   ...   Andrews
Ian MacDonald   ...   Pete

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