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The Spoilers (8-May-1942)

Director: Ray Enright

Writers: Lawrence Hazard; Tom Reed

From novel by: Rex Beach

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Barthelmess
Actor
9-May-1895 17-Aug-1963 Tol'able David
Harry Carey, Sr.
Actor
16-Jan-1878 21-Sep-1947 VP in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
George Cleveland
Actor
17-Sep-1885 15-Jul-1957 Gramps on Lassie
Marlene Dietrich
Actor
27-Dec-1901 6-May-1992 The Blue Angel
Charles Halton
Actor
16-Mar-1876 16-Apr-1959 Bespectacled character actor
Samuel S. Hinds
Actor
4-Apr-1875 13-Oct-1948 It's a Wonderful Life
Margaret Lindsay
Actor
19-Sep-1910 9-May-1981 The House of the Seven Gables
Randolph Scott
Actor
23-Jan-1898 2-Mar-1987 Ride the High Country
Russell Simpson
Actor
17-Jun-1880 12-Dec-1959 The Grapes of Wrath
John Wayne
Actor
26-May-1907 11-Jun-1979 The Duke

CAST

Marlene Dietrich   ...   Cherry Malotte
Randolph Scott   ...   McNamara
John Wayne   ...   Glennister
Margaret Lindsay   ...   Helen Chester
Harry Carey, Sr.   ...   Dextry
Richard Barthelmess   ...   Bronco Kid
George Cleveland   ...   Banty
Samuel S. Hinds   ...   Judge Stillman
Russell Simpson   ...   Flapjack
William Farnum   ...   Wheaton
Marietta Canty   ...   Idabelle
Jack Norton   ...   Mr. Skinner
Ray Bennett   ...   Clark
Forrest Taylor   ...   Bennett
Art Miles   ...   Deputy
Charles McMurphy   ...   Deputy
Charles Halton   ...   Stuve
Bud Osborne   ...   Marshall
Drew Demarest   ...   Galloway

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