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Down Three Dark Streets (2-Sep-1954)

Director: Arnold Laven

Writers: Gordon Gordon; Mildred Gordon; Bernard C. Schoenfeld

From novel: Case File: FBI by Gordon Gordon and Mildred Gordon

Music Composed by: Paul Sawtell

Producers: Arthur Gardner; Jules V. Levy

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jay Adler
Actor
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Claude Akins
Actor
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Broderick Crawford
Actor
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Martha Hyer
Actor
10-Aug-1924   Some Came Running
Marisa Pavan
Actor
19-Jun-1932   The Rose Tattoo
Gene Reynolds
Actor
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Ruth Roman
Actor
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Max Showalter
Actor
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Kenneth Tobey
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CAST

Broderick Crawford   ...   Ripley
Ruth Roman   ...   Kate Martell
With
Martha Hyer   ...   Connie Anderson
Marisa Pavan   ...   Julie Angelino
Max Showalter   ...   Dave Millson
Kenneth Tobey   ...   Zack Stewart
Gene Reynolds   ...   Vince Angelino
William Johnstone   ...   Frank Pace
And
Harlan Warde   ...   Greg Barker
Jay Adler   ...   Uncle Max
Claude Akins   ...   Matty Pavelich
Suzanne Alexander   ...   Brenda Ralles
Myra Marsh   ...   Mrs. Downes
Joe Bassett   ...   Joe

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