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Harper (23-Feb-1966)

Director: Jack Smight

Writer: William Goldman

From novel: The Moving Target by Ross Macdonald

Music: Johnny Mandel

Producers: Jerry Gershwin; Elliott Kastner

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lauren Bacall
Actor
16-Sep-1924   Key Largo
Harold Gould
Actor
10-Dec-1923 11-Sep-2010 Martin Morganstern on Rhoda
Julie Harris
Actor
2-Dec-1925 24-Aug-2013 East of Eden
Arthur Hill
Actor
1-Aug-1922 26-Oct-2006 Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law
Janet Leigh
Actor
6-Jul-1927 4-Oct-2004 Psycho
Strother Martin
Actor
26-Mar-1919 1-Aug-1980 Cool Hand Luke
Paul Newman
Actor
26-Jan-1925 26-Sep-2008 Salad dressing magnate
Pamela Tiffin
Actor
13-Oct-1942   One, Two, Three
Robert Wagner
Actor
10-Feb-1930   Jonathan Hart on Hart to Hart
Robert Webber
Actor
14-Oct-1924 19-May-1989 12 Angry Men
Shelley Winters
Actor
18-Aug-1920 14-Jan-2006 Method actress and camp queen

CAST

Paul Newman   ...   Lew Harper
Co-Starring
Lauren Bacall   ...   Mrs. Sampson
Julie Harris   ...   Betty Fraley
Arthur Hill   ...   Albert Graves
Janet Leigh   ...   Susan Harper
Pamela Tiffin   ...   Miranda Sampson
Robert Wagner   ...   Allan Taggert
Robert Webber   ...   Dwight Troy
Shelley Winters   ...   Fay Estabrook
with
Harold Gould   ...   Sheriff
Strother Martin   ...   Claude
Roy Jenson   ...   Puddler
Martin West   ...   Deputy
Jacqueline de Wit   ...   Mrs. Kronberg
Eugene Iglesias   ...   Felix
Richard Carlyle   ...   Fred Platt

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