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Crime of Passion (9-Jan-1957)

Director: Gerd Oswald

Writer: Jo Eisinger

Music Composed and Conducted by: Paul Dunlap

Producer: Herman Cohen

Keywords: Crime, Film Noir

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jay Adler
Actor
26-Sep-1896 23-Sep-1978 The Family Jewels
Malcolm Atterbury
Actor
20-Feb-1907 16-Aug-1992 Vaudevillian, character actor
Raymond Burr
Actor
21-May-1917 12-Sep-1993 Perry Mason
Royal Dano
Actor
16-Nov-1922 15-May-1994 The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao
Virginia Grey
Actor
22-Mar-1917 31-Jul-2004 Hullabaloo
Sterling Hayden
Actor
26-Mar-1916 23-May-1986 Jack D. Ripper in Dr. Strangelove
Robert Quarry
Actor
3-Nov-1925 20-Feb-2009 Count Yorga, Vampire
Barbara Stanwyck
Actor
16-Jul-1907 20-Jan-1990 Double Indemnity
Stuart Whitman
Actor
1-Feb-1926   Cimarron Strip
Fay Wray
Actor
15-Sep-1907 8-Aug-2004 King Kong

CAST

Barbara Stanwyck   ...   Kathy Doyle
Sterling Hayden   ...   Bill Doyle
Co-Starring
Raymond Burr   ...   Tony Pope
Fay Wray   ...   Alice Pope
Virginia Grey   ...   Sara Alidos
Royal Dano   ...   Charlie Alidos
Featuring
Robert Griffin   ...   Det. James
Dennis Cross   ...   Det.. Jules
Jay Adler   ...   Nalence
Stuart Whitman   ...   Laboratory Technician
Malcolm Atterbury   ...   Officer Spitz
Robert Quarry   ...   Reporter
Gail Bonney   ...   Mrs. London
Joe Conley   ...   Delivery Boy

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