The Great Dan Patch (0)

The Great Dan Patch
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating NR
Runtime 1hr 32mins.
Genres Drama, Short Film
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
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Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Dennis O'Keefe Actor David Palmer 1 1
John Foote Producer 3 2
John Foote Screenwriter 120461 3
Ruth Warrick Actor Ruth Treadwell 1 3
Gilbert Warrenton Cinematographer 402 4
John Foote Songwriter 120463 5
Henry Hull Actor Dan Palmer 1 5
David Chudnow Musical Direction/Supervision 120469 5
John Hoyt Actor Ben Lathrop 1 6
Clarence Muse Actor Voodoo 1 8