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Fury (29-May-1936)

Director: Fritz Lang

Writers: Bartlett Cormack; Fritz Lang

From story: Mob Rule by Norman Krasna

Musical Score by: Franz Waxman

Producer: Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walter Abel
Actor
6-Jun-1898 26-Mar-1987 The Three Musketeers
Frank Albertson
Actor
2-Feb-1909 29-Feb-1964 American character actor
Walter Brennan
Actor
25-Jul-1894 21-Sep-1974 Three Oscars for Best Supporting Actor
Bruce Cabot
Actor
20-Apr-1904 3-May-1972 Saved Fay Wray from King Kong
George Chandler
Actor
30-Jun-1898 10-Jun-1985 Uncle Petrie on Lassie
Esther Dale
Actor
10-Nov-1885 23-Jul-1961 Curly Top
Jonathan Hale
Actor
21-Mar-1891 28-Feb-1966 J. C. Dithers
Sylvia Sidney
Actor
8-Aug-1910 1-Jul-1999 Mama Carlson on WKRP
Spencer Tracy
Actor
5-Apr-1900 10-Jun-1967 Two consecutive Best Actor Oscars

CAST

Sylvia Sidney   ...   Katherine Grant
Spencer Tracy   ...   Joe Wilson
With
Walter Abel   ...   District Attorney
Bruce Cabot   ...   Kirby Dawson
Edward Ellis   ...   Sheriff
Walter Brennan   ...   "Bugs" Meyers
Frank Albertson   ...   Charlie
George Walcott   ...   Tom
Arthur Stone   ...   Durkin
Morgan Wallace   ...   Fred Garrett
George Chandler   ...   Milton Jackson
Roger Gray   ...   Stranger
Edwin Maxwell   ...   Vickery
Howard Hickman   ...   Governor
Jonathan Hale   ...   Defense Attorney
Leila Bennett   ...   Edna Hooper
Esther Dale   ...   Mrs. Whipple
Helen Flint   ...   Franchette

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