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East of the River (28-Oct-1940)

Director: Alfred E. Green

Writer: Fred Niblo, Jr.

From novel: Mama Ravioli by John Fante and Ross B. Wills

Music by: Adolph Deutsch

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Douglas Fowley
Actor
30-May-1911 21-May-1998 Doc Holliday on TV's Wyatt Earp
John Garfield
Actor
4-Mar-1913 21-May-1952 Gentleman's Agreement
Paul Guilfoyle
Actor
14-Jul-1902 27-Jun-1961 Winterset
Russell Hicks
Actor
4-Jun-1895 1-Jun-1957 American character actor
William Lundigan
Actor
12-Jun-1914 20-Dec-1975 Men Into Space
Brenda Marshall
Actor
29-Sep-1915 30-Jul-1992 Footsteps in the Dark
Moroni Olsen
Actor
27-Jun-1889 22-Nov-1954 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Marjorie Rambeau
Actor
15-Jul-1889 6-Jul-1970 The Primrose Path
George Tobias
Actor
14-Jul-1901 27-Feb-1980 Abner Kravitz on Bewitched

CAST

John Garfield   ...   Joe Lorenzo
Brenda Marshall   ...   Laurie Romayne
Marjorie Rambeau   ...   Teresa Lorenzo
With
George Tobias   ...   Tony
William Lundigan   ...   Nick Lorenzo
Moroni Olsen   ...   Judge Davis
Douglas Fowley   ...   Cy Turner
Jack LaRue   ...   Scarfi
Jack Carr   ...   No Neck Griswold
Paul Guilfoyle   ...   Balmy
Russell Hicks   ...   Warden
Charley Foy   ...   Customer
Ralph Volkie   ...   Henchman
Jimmy O'Gatty   ...   Henchman
Robert Homans   ...   Patrolman Shanahan
Joe Conti   ...   Joe (as a boy)
O'Neill Nolan   ...   Nick (as a boy)

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