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The Cariboo Trail (1-Aug-1950)

Director: Edwin L. Marin

Writers: Frank Gruber; John Rhodes Sturdy

Music: Paul Sawtell

Producer: Nat Holt

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Karin Booth
Actor
19-Jun-1916 27-Jul-2003 My Foolish Heart
Jim Davis
Actor
26-Aug-1909 26-Apr-1981 Jock Ewing on Dallas
Gabby Hayes
Actor
7-May-1885 9-Feb-1969 Don't Fence Me In
Victor Jory
Actor
23-Nov-1902 12-Feb-1982 Cat-Women of the Moon
Douglas Kennedy
Actor
14-Sep-1915 10-Aug-1973 Steve Donovan, Western Marshal
Dale Robertson
Actor
14-Jul-1923 27-Feb-2013 Tales of Wells Fargo
Randolph Scott
Actor
23-Jan-1898 2-Mar-1987 Ride the High Country
Bill Williams
Actor
21-May-1915 21-Sep-1992 The Adventures of Kit Carson

CAST

Randolph Scott   ...   Jim Redfern
Co-Starring
Gabby Hayes   ...   Grizzly
with
Bill Williams   ...   Mike Evans
Victor Jory   ...   Frank Walsh
Karin Booth   ...   Francie
and
Douglas Kennedy   ...   Murphy
Jim Davis   ...   Miller
Dale Robertson   ...   Will Gray
Mary Stuart   ...   Jane Winters
James Griffith   ...   Higgins
Lee Tung Foo   ...   Ling
Tony Hughes   ...   Dr. Rhodes
Mary Kent   ...   Mrs. Winters
Ray Hyke   ...   Jones
Jerry Root   ...   Jenkins
Cliff Clark   ...   Assayer
Tom Monroe   ...   Bartender
Fred Libby   ...   Chief White Buffalo
Kansas Moehring   ...   Stage Driver
Dorothy Adams   ...   Nurse
Michael Barrett   ...   Hotel Clerk

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