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Payment on Demand (15-Feb-1951)

Director: Curtis Bernhardt

Writers: Bruce Manning; Curtis Bernhardt

Music by: Victor Young

Producer: Jack H. Skirball

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Anderson
Actor
8-Aug-1926   Oscar Goldman on The 6 Million Dollar Man
Peggie Castle
Actor
22-Dec-1927 11-Aug-1973 Lily Merrill on Lawman
Bette Davis
Actor
5-Apr-1908 6-Oct-1989 All About Eve
Frances Dee
Actor
26-Nov-1907 6-Mar-2004 Finishing School
Otto Kruger
Actor
6-Sep-1885 6-Sep-1974 Saboteur
Betty Lynn
Actor
29-Aug-1926   The Andy Griffith Show
Walter Sande
Actor
9-Jul-1906 22-Feb-1972 Character actor
Natalie Schafer
Actor
5-Nov-1900 10-Apr-1991 Mrs. Howell on Gilligan's Island
Barry Sullivan
Actor
29-Aug-1912 6-Jun-1994 The Bad and the Beautiful
John Sutton
Actor
22-Oct-1908 10-Jul-1963 Hudson's Bay
Kent Taylor
Actor
11-May-1907 11-Apr-1987 Boston Blackie

CAST

Bette Davis   ...   Joyce Ramsey
Barry Sullivan   ...   David Ramsey
with
Jane Cowl   ...   Mrs. Hedges
Kent Taylor   ...   Robert Townsend
Betty Lynn   ...   Martha
John Sutton   ...   Tunliffe
Frances Dee   ...   Eileen Benson
Peggie Castle   ...   Diana
Otto Kruger   ...   Prescott
Walter Sande   ...   Swanson
Brett King   ...   Phil Polanski
Richard Anderson   ...   Jim
Natalie Schafer   ...   Mrs. Blanton
Katherine Emery   ...   Mrs. Gates
Lisa Golm   ...   Molly

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