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Algiers (28-Jun-1938)

Director: John Cromwell

Writers: James M. Cain; John Howard Lawson

From novel: Pépé le Moko by Henri La Barthe

Music: Vincent Scotto; Mohammed Igarbouchen

Producer: Walter Wanger

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Boyer
Actor
28-Aug-1899 26-Aug-1978 Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Joseph Calleia
Actor
4-Aug-1897 31-Oct-1975 Touch of Evil
Stanley Fields
Actor
20-May-1883 23-Apr-1941 Way Out West
Robert Greig
Actor
27-Dec-1879 27-Jun-1958 Sullivan's Travels
Sigrid Gurie
Actor
18-May-1911 14-Aug-1969 Algiers
Alan Hale, Sr.
Actor
10-Feb-1892 22-Jan-1950 The Adventures of Robin Hood
Paul Harvey
Actor
10-Sep-1882 5-Dec-1955 American character actor
Walter Kingsford
Actor
20-Sep-1881 7-Feb-1958 British-American character actor
Hedy Lamarr
Actor
9-Nov-1913 19-Jan-2000 Actress, invented frequency hopping
Gene Lockhart
Actor
18-Jul-1891 31-Mar-1957 Algiers

CAST

Charles Boyer   ...   Pepe le Moko
Sigrid Gurie   ...   Ines
Hedy Lamarr   ...   Gaby
Joseph Calleia   ...   Slimane
Alan Hale, Sr.   ...   Grandpere
Gene Lockhart   ...   Regis
Walter Kingsford   ...   Louvain
Paul Harvey   ...   Janvier
Stanley Fields   ...   Carlos
Johnny Downs   ...   Pierrot
Charles D. Brown   ...   Max
Robert Greig   ...   Giraux
Leonid Kinskey   ...   L'Arbi
Joan Woodbury   ...   Aicha
Nina Koshetz   ...   Tania
Claudia Dell   ...   Marie
Bert Roach   ...   Maxim Bertier
Ben Hall   ...   Gil

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