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The Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap

The Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap

Release Date: 1947-10-08 (74 years ago)
Bud Abbott
Duke Egan
Bud Abbott was:
Lou Costello
Chester Wooley
Lou Costello was:
Marjorie Main
Widow Hawkins
Marjorie Main was:
Audrey Young
Juanita Hawkins
Audrey Young was:
George Cleveland
Judge Benbow
George Cleveland was:
Gordon Jones
Jake Frame
Gordon Jones was:
William Ching
Jim Simpson
William Ching was:
Peter M. Thompson
Phil (as Pete Thompson)
Peter M. Thompson was:
Bill Clauson
Matt Hawkins
Bill Clauson was:
Billy O'Leary
Billy Hawkins
Billy O'Leary was:
Pamela Wells
Sarah Hawkins
Pamela Wells was:
Jimmy Bates
Jefferson Hawkins
Jimmy Bates was:
Paul Dunn
Lincoln Hawkins
Paul Dunn was:
Diane Florentine
Sally Hawkins
Diane Florentine was:
Rex Lease
Hank
Rex Lease was:
Glenn Strange
Lefty
Glenn Strange was:
Edmund Cobb
Lem
Edmund Cobb was:
Wade Crosby
Squint
Wade Crosby was:
Dewey Robinson
Miner
Dewey Robinson was:
Murray Leonard
Bartender
Murray Leonard was:
Fred Aldrich
Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Fred Aldrich was:
Al Bain
Townsman (uncredited)
Al Bain was:
Bobby Barber
Waiter (uncredited)
Bobby Barber was:
Ralph Bucko
Townsman (uncredited)
Ralph Bucko was:
Roy Bucko
Barfly Drinking Milk (uncredited)
Roy Bucko was:
Martin Cichy
Juror (uncredited)
Martin Cichy was:
Jack Curtis
Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Curtis was:
Harry Evans
Card Dealer (uncredited)
Harry Evans was:
Jack Evans
Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Evans was:
Gilda Feldrais
Hostess (uncredited)
Gilda Feldrais was:
Frank Hagney
Barfly (uncredited)
Frank Hagney was:
Billy House
Shotgun Rider (voice) (uncredited)
Billy House was:
Jerry Jerome
Cowboy (uncredited)
Jerry Jerome was:
Jack Kenny
Barfly Complaining About Milk (uncredited)
Jack Kenny was:
Charles King
Gunman (uncredited)
Charles King was:
Ethan Laidlaw
Cowboy (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw was:
Walter Lawrence
Townsman (uncredited)
Walter Lawrence was:
George J. Lewis
Cowpuncher (uncredited)
George J. Lewis was:
Emmett Lynn
Old Codger (uncredited)
Emmett Lynn was:
Jim Mason
Barfly (uncredited)
Jim Mason was:
Kermit Maynard
Posse Member (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard was:
Frank Merlo
Cowboy (uncredited)
Frank Merlo was:
Monte Montague
Barfly (uncredited)
Monte Montague was:
Lew Morphy
Posse Member (uncredited)
Lew Morphy was:
Zon Murray
Cowpuncher (uncredited)
Zon Murray was:
William H. O'Brien
Card Dealer (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien was:
Artie Ortego
Townsman (uncredited)
Artie Ortego was:
Edward Peil Sr.
Townsman (uncredited)
Edward Peil Sr. was:
Bob Reeves
Townsman (uncredited)
Bob Reeves was:
Robert Robinson
Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Robert Robinson was:
Phil Schumacher
Juror (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher was:
David Sharpe
Man Thrown Off Saloon Balcony (uncredited)
David Sharpe was:
Jack Shutta
Tough Miner (uncredited)
Jack Shutta was:
Mickey Simpson
Big Miner (uncredited)
Mickey Simpson was:
Ray Spiker
Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Ray Spiker was:
Lee "Lasses" White
Shotgun Rider (uncredited)
Lee "Lasses" White was:
Henry Wills
Barfly (uncredited)
Henry Wills was:
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