Castle on the Hudson (0)

Castle on the Hudson
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating NR
Runtime 1hr 16mins.
Genres Drama, Short Film
Keywords prison
Status Released
US Release Date
  
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Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Barbara Pepper Actor Goldie 1 15
Michele Conroy Actor Newsboy 1 15
Howard Shoup Costume Designer 169 15
Billy Wayne Actor Pete 1 12
John Hughes Art Director 183 8
Willard Robertson Actor Ragan 1 10
Byron Haskin Special Effects 168 18
Chuck Hansen first Assistant Director 4812 19
Jack Mower Actor 1 57
Charles Sherlock Actor 1 58
Joe Downing Actor Gangster 1 54
John Ridgely Actor Clerk 1 49
James Flavin Actor Guard on Death Row 1 25
Tom Richards Editor 172 6
Henry O'Neill Actor District Attorney 1 6
Seton I Miller Screenwriter 120461 3
Pat O'Brien Actor Warden Walter Long 1 3
Brown Holmes Screenwriter 120461 3
Courtney Terrett Screenwriter 120461 3
John Garfield Actor Tommy Gordon 1 1
Ann Sheridan Actor Kay Manners 1 2
Lewis E Lawes Book Author 120468 3
Burgess Meredith Actor Steven Rockford 1 4
Leo F. Forbstein Composer (Music Score) 120464 5
Leo F. Forbstein Musical Direction/Supervision 120469 5
Jerome Cowan Actor Ed Crowley 1 5
Adolph Deutsch Composer (Music Score) 120464 5
Arthur Edeson Cinematographer 402 4
Anatole Litvak Director 2 1
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