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Moonrise (1-Oct-1948)

Director: Frank Borzage

Writer: Charles Haas

From novel: Moonrise by Theodore Strauss

Music by: William Lava

Producer: Charles Haas

Keywords: Drama, Film Noir

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Irving Bacon
Actor
6-Sep-1893 5-Feb-1965 Mr. Beazley
Ethel Barrymore
Actor
15-Aug-1879 18-Jun-1959 None But the Lonely Heart
Clem Bevans
Actor
16-Oct-1879 11-Aug-1963 Saboteur
Lloyd Bridges
Actor
15-Jan-1913 10-Mar-1998 Airplane!
Phil Brown
Actor
30-Apr-1916 9-Feb-2006 Uncle Owen in Star Wars
Harry Carey, Jr.
Actor
16-May-1921 27-Dec-2012 The Whales of August
Dane Clark
Actor
26-Feb-1912 11-Sep-1998 Moonrise
Allyn Joslyn
Actor
21-Jul-1901 21-Jan-1981 Only Angels Have Wings
Charles Lane
Actor
26-Jan-1905 9-Jul-2007 Grumpy character actor
Harry Morgan
Actor
10-Apr-1915 7-Dec-2011 Col. Sherman T. Potter on M*A*S*H
Selena Royle
Actor
6-Nov-1904 23-Apr-1983 The Fighting Sullivans
Gail Russell
Actor
21-Sep-1924 26-Aug-1961 Angel and the Badman

CAST

starring
Dane Clark   ...   Danny Hawkins
Gail Russell   ...   Gilly Johnson
Ethel Barrymore   ...   Grandma
with
Allyn Joslyn   ...   Sheriff Clem Otis
Rex Ingram   ...   Mose
Harry Morgan   ...   Billy Scripture
and
David Street   ...   Ken Williams
Selena Royle   ...   Aunt Jessie
Harry Carey, Jr.   ...   Jimmy Biff
Irving Bacon   ...   Judd Jenkins
Lloyd Bridges   ...   Jerry Sykes
Houseley Stevenson   ...   Uncle Joe Jingle
Phil Brown   ...   Elmer
Harry V. Cheshire   ...   J. B. Sykes
Lila Leeds   ...   Julie

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