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Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (5-Sep-1956)

Director: Fritz Lang

Writer: Douglas Morrow

Music Composed and Conducted by: Herschel Burke Gilbert

Producer: Bert Friedlob

Keywords: Crime, Unjustly Accused, Film Noir

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dana Andrews
Actor
1-Jan-1909 17-Dec-1992 The Best Years of Our Lives
Edward Binns
Actor
12-Sep-1916 4-Dec-1990 12 Angry Men
Sidney Blackmer
Actor
13-Jul-1895 5-Oct-1973 Played Theodore Roosevelt 12 times
Joan Fontaine
Actor
22-Oct-1917 15-Dec-2013 Suspicion
Arthur Franz
Actor
29-Feb-1920 17-Jun-2006 The Sniper
Barbara Nichols
Actor
30-Dec-1929 5-Oct-1976 Sweet Smell of Success
Dan Seymour
Actor
22-Feb-1915 25-May-1993 Return of the Fly
Carleton Young
Actor
21-Oct-1905 7-Nov-1994 20000 Leagues Under the Sea

CAST

Starring
Dana Andrews   ...   Tom Garrett (Austin's Son-in-Law)
Joan Fontaine   ...   Susan Spencer
Featuring
Sidney Blackmer   ...   Austin Spencer (Publisher)
Arthur Franz   ...   Bob Hale
Philip Bourneuf   ...   Roy Thompson (District Attorney)
Edward Binns   ...   Lt. Kennedy
Shepperd Strudwick   ...   Jonathan Wilson
Robin Raymond   ...   Terry Larue
and
Barbara Nichols   ...   Dolly Moore
with
William Leicester   ...   Charlie Miller
Dan Seymour   ...   Greco
Rusty Lane   ...   Judge
Joyce Taylor   ...   Joan Williams
Carleton Young   ...   Allan Kirk
Trudy Wroe   ...   Girl at Hat Check
Joe Kirk   ...   Clerk
Charles Evans   ...   Governor
Wendell Niles   ...   Announcer

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