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The Cincinnati Kid (15-Oct-1965)

Director: Norman Jewison

Writers: Ring Lardner, Jr.; Terry Southern

From novel: The Cincinnati Kid by Richard Jessup

Music by: Lalo Schifrin

Producer: Martin Ransohoff

Keywords: Drama, Gambling

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ann-Margret
Actor
28-Apr-1941   Carnal Knowledge
Joan Blondell
Actor
30-Aug-1906 25-Dec-1979 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
Cab Calloway
Jazz Musician
25-Dec-1907 18-Nov-1994 King of Hi-De-Ho
Jeff Corey
Actor
10-Aug-1914 16-Aug-2002 Little Big Man
Karl Malden
Actor
22-Mar-1912 1-Jul-2009 Streets of San Francisco
Steve McQueen
Actor
24-Mar-1930 7-Nov-1980 The Great Escape
Edward G. Robinson
Actor
12-Dec-1893 26-Jan-1973 Key Largo
Dub Taylor
Actor
26-Feb-1907 3-Oct-1994 Bonnie and Clyde
Rip Torn
Actor
6-Feb-1931   Arthur on The Larry Sanders Show
Tuesday Weld
Actor
27-Aug-1943   Looking for Mr. Goodbar
Jack Weston
Actor
21-Aug-1924 3-May-1996 Wait Until Dark

CAST

Steve McQueen   ...   The Cincinnati Kid
Edward G. Robinson   ...   Lancey Howard
Ann-Margret   ...   Melba
Karl Malden   ...   Shooter
Tuesday Weld   ...   Christian
Co-Starring
Joan Blondell   ...   Lady Fingers
Rip Torn   ...   Slade
Jack Weston   ...   Pig
Cab Calloway   ...   Yeller
With
Jeff Corey   ...   Hoban
Theo Marcuse   ...   Felix
Milton Selzer   ...   Sokal
Ron Soble   ...   Danny
Karl Swenson   ...   Mr. Rudd
Emile Genest   ...   Cajun
Irene Tedrow   ...   Mrs. Rudd
Midge Ware   ...   Mrs. Slade
Dub Taylor   ...   Dealer

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