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Poster of The Racket

The Racket

Release Date: Thursday, October 25 1951 (70 years ago)
Portrait of Robert MitchumRobert Mitchum
Captain Thomas McQuigg
Robert Mitchum was:
Portrait of Lizabeth ScottLizabeth Scott
Irene Hayes
Lizabeth Scott was:
Portrait of Robert RyanRobert Ryan
Nick Scanlon
Robert Ryan was:
Portrait of William TalmanWilliam Talman
Officer Bob Johnson
William Talman was:
Portrait of Ray CollinsRay Collins
D. A. Mortimer X. Welsh
Ray Collins was:
Portrait of Joyce MackenzieJoyce Mackenzie
Mary McQuigg
Joyce Mackenzie was:
Portrait of Robert HuttonRobert Hutton
Dave Ames
Robert Hutton was:
Portrait of Virginia HustonVirginia Huston
Lucy Johnson
Virginia Huston was:
Portrait of William ConradWilliam Conrad
Det. Sgt. Turk
William Conrad was:
Portrait of Walter SandeWalter Sande
Sgt. Jim Delaney
Walter Sande was:
Portrait of Les TremayneLes Tremayne
Harry Craig
Les Tremayne was:
Portrait of Don PorterDon Porter
R. G. Connolly
Don Porter was:
Portrait of Walter BaldwinWalter Baldwin
Sgt. Sullivan
Walter Baldwin was:
Portrait of Brett KingBrett King
Joe Scanlon
Brett King was:
Portrait of Richard KarlanRichard Karlan
Breeze Enright
Richard Karlan was:
Portrait of Tito VuoloTito Vuolo
Tony
Tito Vuolo was:
Portrait of Eric AldenEric Alden
Sergeant (uncredited)
Eric Alden was:
Portrait of Gregg BartonGregg Barton
Rookie Cop (uncredited)
Gregg Barton was:
Portrait of Don BeddoeDon Beddoe
Mitchell (uncredited)
Don Beddoe was:
Portrait of Robert BiceRobert Bice
Police Dispatcher (uncredited)
Robert Bice was:
Portrait of Matthew BoultonMatthew Boulton
Simpson (uncredited)
Matthew Boulton was:
Portrait of Barry BrooksBarry Brooks
Cameron (uncredited)
Barry Brooks was:
Portrait of Howland ChamberlainHowland Chamberlain
Roy Higgins (uncredited)
Howland Chamberlain was:
Portrait of John DaheimJohn Daheim
Mannick (uncredited)
John Daheim was:
Portrait of Don DillawayDon Dillaway
Harris (uncredited)
Don Dillaway was:
Portrait of Art DupuisArt Dupuis
Police Car Driver (uncredited)
Art Dupuis was:
Portrait of Jane EastonJane Easton
Operator (uncredited)
Jane Easton was:
Portrait of Pat FlahertyPat Flaherty
Car 43 Policeman (uncredited)
Pat Flaherty was:
Portrait of William ForrestWilliam Forrest
Head of Crime Commission (uncredited)
William Forrest was:
Portrait of Jack GarganJack Gargan
Lewis (uncredited)
Jack Gargan was:
Portrait of Dick GordonDick Gordon
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Dick Gordon was:
Portrait of Bret HamiltonBret Hamilton
Reporter (uncredited)
Bret Hamilton was:
Portrait of Jayne HazardJayne Hazard
Girl (uncredited)
Jayne Hazard was:
Portrait of Howard JoslinHoward Joslin
Sgt. Werker (uncredited)
Howard Joslin was:
Portrait of Hazel KeenerHazel Keener
Secretary (uncredited)
Hazel Keener was:
Portrait of Mike LallyMike Lally
Sergeant (uncredited)
Mike Lally was:
Portrait of Harry LauterHarry Lauter
Officer Mosley (uncredited)
Harry Lauter was:
Portrait of Ronald LeeRonald Lee
Elevator Boy (uncredited)
Ronald Lee was:
Portrait of Herbert LyttonHerbert Lytton
Police Doctor (uncredited)
Herbert Lytton was:
Portrait of Frank MarloweFrank Marlowe
Pedestrian with Morning Newspaper (uncredited)
Frank Marlowe was:
Portrait of Thomas MartinThomas Martin
Governor's Butler (uncredited)
Thomas Martin was:
Portrait of Allen MathewsAllen Mathews
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Allen Mathews was:
Portrait of Harriet MatthewsHarriet Matthews
Librarian (uncredited)
Harriet Matthews was:
Portrait of Philo McCulloughPhilo McCullough
Man Seated at Bar (uncredited)
Philo McCullough was:
Portrait of John McGuireJohn McGuire
Policeman in Locker Room (uncredited)
John McGuire was:
Portrait of Ralph MontgomeryRalph Montgomery
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Ralph Montgomery was:
Portrait of Al MurphyAl Murphy
Newsboy (uncredited)
Al Murphy was:
Portrait of William J. O'BrienWilliam J. O'Brien
Counterman / Short Order Cook (uncredited)
William J. O'Brien was:
Portrait of Eddie ParkerEddie Parker
Garage Roof Thug (uncredited)
Eddie Parker was:
Portrait of Ralph PetersRalph Peters
Davis (uncredited)
Ralph Peters was:
Portrait of Howard PetrieHoward Petrie
The Governor (uncredited)
Howard Petrie was:
Portrait of Joey RayJoey Ray
Reporter (uncredited)
Joey Ray was:
Portrait of Walter ReedWalter Reed
Policeman at Roll Call & in Locker Room (uncredited)
Walter Reed was:
Portrait of Richard ReevesRichard Reeves
Leo (uncredited)
Richard Reeves was:
Portrait of Stephen RobertsStephen Roberts
Schmidt (uncredited)
Stephen Roberts was:
Portrait of Jack SheaJack Shea
Night Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Jack Shea was:
Portrait of Miles ShepardMiles Shepard
Policeman (uncredited)
Miles Shepard was:
Portrait of Charles SherlockCharles Sherlock
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock was:
Portrait of George SherwoodGeorge Sherwood
Douglas (uncredited)
George Sherwood was:
Portrait of Milburn StoneMilburn Stone
Member of Craig's Team (uncredited)
Milburn Stone was:
Portrait of Duke TaylorDuke Taylor
Policeman (uncredited)
Duke Taylor was:
Portrait of Herb VigranHerb Vigran
Paradise Club Manager (uncredited)
Herb Vigran was:
Portrait of Max WagnerMax Wagner
Durko (uncredited)
Max Wagner was:
Portrait of Bud WolfeBud Wolfe
Detective with Johnson at the Paradise Club (uncredited)
Bud Wolfe was:
Portrait of Sally YarnellSally Yarnell
Police Operator (uncredited)
Sally Yarnell was:
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