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Poster of The War of the Worlds

The War of the Worlds

Release Date: Thursday, August 13 1953 (68 years ago)
Portrait of Gene BarryGene Barry
Dr. Clayton Forrester
Gene Barry was:
Portrait of Ann RobinsonAnn Robinson
Sylvia Van Buren
Ann Robinson was:
Portrait of Lewis MartinLewis Martin
Pastor Dr. Matthew Collins
Lewis Martin was:
Portrait of Les TremayneLes Tremayne
Maj. Gen. Mann
Les Tremayne was:
Portrait of Frank KreigFrank Kreig
Fiddler Hawkins (uncredited)
Frank Kreig was:
Portrait of Vernon RichVernon Rich
Col. Ralph Heffner
Vernon Rich was:
Portrait of Sandro GiglioSandro Giglio
Dr. Bilderbeck
Sandro Giglio was:
Portrait of Ann CodeeAnn Codee
Dr. Duprey (uncredited)
Ann Codee was:
Portrait of Robert CornthwaiteRobert Cornthwaite
Dr. Pryor (as Bob Cornthwaite)
Robert Cornthwaite was:
Portrait of Cedric HardwickeCedric Hardwicke
Commentary (voice) (as Sir Cedric Hardwicke)
Cedric Hardwicke was:
Portrait of Houseley Stevenson Jr.Houseley Stevenson Jr.
Gen. Mann's Aide (as Housely Stevenson Jr.)
Houseley Stevenson Jr. was:
Portrait of William PhippsWilliam Phipps
Wash Perry (as Bill Phipps)
William Phipps was:
Portrait of Jack KruschenJack Kruschen
Salvatore
Jack Kruschen was:
Portrait of Paul BirchPaul Birch
Alonzo Hogue (uncredited)
Paul Birch was:
Portrait of Paul FreesPaul Frees
Second Radio Reporter / Opening Announcer
Paul Frees was:
Portrait of Henry BrandonHenry Brandon
Cop at Crash Site
Henry Brandon was:
Portrait of Peter AdamsPeter Adams
Pine Summit Fire Watcher (uncredited)
Peter Adams was:
Portrait of Eric AldenEric Alden
Man (uncredited)
Eric Alden was:
Portrait of Hugh AllenHugh Allen
Brigadier General (uncredited)
Hugh Allen was:
Portrait of Ruth BarnellRuth Barnell
Mother (uncredited)
Ruth Barnell was:
Portrait of Edgar BarrierEdgar Barrier
Prof. McPherson (uncredited)
Edgar Barrier was:
Portrait of Russ BenderRuss Bender
Dr. Carmichael (uncredited)
Russ Bender was:
Portrait of Oscar BlankOscar Blank
Man in Church (uncredited)
Oscar Blank was:
Portrait of Nick BorganiNick Borgani
Man in Church (uncredited)
Nick Borgani was:
Portrait of Hazel BoyneHazel Boyne
Screaming Woman (uncredited)
Hazel Boyne was:
Portrait of Chet BrandenburgChet Brandenburg
Man in Church (uncredited)
Chet Brandenburg was:
Portrait of George BruggemanGeorge Bruggeman
Soldier (uncredited)
George Bruggeman was:
Portrait of Nora BushNora Bush
Woman in Church (uncredited)
Nora Bush was:
Portrait of Tony ButalaTony Butala
Boy in Final Church (uncredited)
Tony Butala was:
Portrait of Mushy CallahanMushy Callahan
Burning Soldier at Pit (uncredited)
Mushy Callahan was:
Portrait of Dick CherneyDick Cherney
Looter (uncredited)
Dick Cherney was:
Portrait of Edward ColmansEdward Colmans
Spanish Priest (uncredited)
Edward Colmans was:
Portrait of James ConatyJames Conaty
Man at Pacific Institute of Science and Technology (uncredited)
James Conaty was:
Portrait of Russ ConwayRuss Conway
Rev. Bethany (uncredited)
Russ Conway was:
Portrait of Martin CoulterMartin Coulter
Marine Sergeant (uncredited)
Martin Coulter was:
Portrait of Vittorio CramerVittorio Cramer
First Radio Reporter (uncredited)
Vittorio Cramer was:
Portrait of Pierre CressoyPierre Cressoy
Frenchman (uncredited)
Pierre Cressoy was:
Portrait of Oliver CrossOliver Cross
Scientist (uncredited)
Oliver Cross was:
Portrait of Jane CrowleyJane Crowley
Woman in Church (uncredited)
Jane Crowley was:
Portrait of Jim DaviesJim Davies
Marine Commanding Officer (uncredited)
Jim Davies was:
Portrait of Helen DicksonHelen Dickson
Woman in Church (uncredited)
Helen Dickson was:
Portrait of Ralph DumkeRalph Dumke
Buck Monahan (uncredited)
Ralph Dumke was:
Portrait of Jimmie DundeeJimmie Dundee
Civil Defense Official (uncredited)
Jimmie Dundee was:
Portrait of Al FergusonAl Ferguson
Police Chief (uncredited)
Al Ferguson was:
Portrait of Dick FortuneDick Fortune
Marine Captain (uncredited)
Dick Fortune was:
Portrait of Alex FrazerAlex Frazer
Dr. James (uncredited)
Alex Frazer was:
Portrait of Frank Freeman Jr.Frank Freeman Jr.
Bum #2 Listening to Radio (uncredited)
Frank Freeman Jr. was:
Portrait of Slim GautSlim Gaut
Radio Listener (uncredited)
Slim Gaut was:
Portrait of Charles GemoraCharles Gemora
Martian (uncredited)
Charles Gemora was:
Portrait of Ned GlassNed Glass
Well-Dressed Looter (uncredited)
Ned Glass was:
Portrait of Jack GordonJack Gordon
Man in Church (uncredited)
Jack Gordon was:
Portrait of Fred GrahamFred Graham
Looter (uncredited)
Fred Graham was:
Portrait of Joe GrayJoe Gray
Looter (uncredited)
Joe Gray was:
Portrait of Herman HackHerman Hack
Worker Listening to Radio (uncredited)
Herman Hack was:
Portrait of Nancy HaleNancy Hale
Young Wife (uncredited)
Nancy Hale was:
Portrait of Virginia HallVirginia Hall
Girl (uncredited)
Virginia Hall was:
Portrait of Ted HechtTed Hecht
KGEB Reporter (uncredited)
Ted Hecht was:
Portrait of Douglas HendersonDouglas Henderson
Staff Sergeant (uncredited)
Douglas Henderson was:
Portrait of Gertrude HoffmannGertrude Hoffmann
Elderly News Vendor (uncredited)
Gertrude Hoffmann was:
Portrait of Tex HoldenTex Holden
Man in Church (uncredited)
Tex Holden was:
Portrait of Jimmie HoranJimmie Horan
Party Guest (uncredited)
Jimmie Horan was:
Portrait of Patricia IannonePatricia Iannone
Girl (uncredited)
Patricia Iannone was:
Portrait of Jerry JamesJerry James
Reporter (uncredited)
Jerry James was:
Portrait of Michael JeffersMichael Jeffers
Worker Listening to Radio (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers was:
Portrait of Dick JohnstoneDick Johnstone
Man in Church (uncredited)
Dick Johnstone was:
Portrait of Carolyn JonesCarolyn Jones
Blonde Party Guest (uncredited)
Carolyn Jones was:
Portrait of Don KohlerDon Kohler
Colonel (uncredited)
Don Kohler was:
Portrait of Ivan LebedeffIvan Lebedeff
Dr. Gratzman (uncredited)
Ivan Lebedeff was:
Portrait of Freeman LuskFreeman Lusk
Secretary of Defense (uncredited)
Freeman Lusk was:
Portrait of Herbert LyttonHerbert Lytton
Chief of Staff (uncredited)
Herbert Lytton was:
Portrait of Wilbur MackWilbur Mack
Official (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack was:
Portrait of George MagrillGeorge Magrill
Traffic Cop (uncredited)
George Magrill was:
Portrait of Mike MahoneyMike Mahoney
Townsman (uncredited)
Mike Mahoney was:
Portrait of John MansfieldJohn Mansfield
Man (uncredited)
John Mansfield was:
Portrait of Joel MarstonJoel Marston
Military Policeman in Jeep (uncredited)
Joel Marston was:
Portrait of Sydney MasonSydney Mason
Fire Chief, Crew #3 (uncredited)
Sydney Mason was:
Portrait of John MaxwellJohn Maxwell
Doctor (uncredited)
John Maxwell was:
Portrait of Mathew McCueMathew McCue
Man in Church (uncredited)
Mathew McCue was:
Portrait of David McMahonDavid McMahon
Minister, First Church (uncredited)
David McMahon was:
Portrait of William MeaderWilliam Meader
P.E. Official (uncredited)
William Meader was:
Portrait of Lee MillerLee Miller
Reporter (uncredited)
Lee Miller was:
Portrait of Ralph MontgomeryRalph Montgomery
Los Angeles Red Cross Official (uncredited)
Ralph Montgomery was:
Portrait of Alvy MooreAlvy Moore
Zippy (uncredited)
Alvy Moore was:
Portrait of Bob MorganBob Morgan
Injured Civil Defense Worker (uncredited)
Bob Morgan was:
Portrait of Charles MortonCharles Morton
Worker Listening to Radio (uncredited)
Charles Morton was:
Portrait of George NardelliGeorge Nardelli
Military Officer (uncredited)
George Nardelli was:
Portrait of Stanley OrrStanley Orr
Marine Major (uncredited)
Stanley Orr was:
Portrait of George PalGeorge Pal
Bum #1 Listening to Radio (uncredited)
George Pal was:
Portrait of Walter RichardsWalter Richards
Reporter (uncredited)
Walter Richards was:
Portrait of Robert RockwellRobert Rockwell
Forest Ranger at Crash Site (uncredited)
Robert Rockwell was:
Portrait of Walter SandeWalter Sande
Sheriff Bogany (uncredited)
Walter Sande was:
Portrait of James SeayJames Seay
Air Force Bomber Pilot (uncredited)
James Seay was:
Portrait of Allen D. SewallAllen D. Sewall
Man in Church (uncredited)
Allen D. Sewall was:
Portrait of Lucile SewallLucile Sewall
Woman in Church (uncredited)
Lucile Sewall was:
Portrait of Cora ShannonCora Shannon
Old Woman (uncredited)
Cora Shannon was:
Portrait of David SharpeDavid Sharpe
Looter (uncredited)
David Sharpe was:
Portrait of Teru ShimadaTeru Shimada
Japanese Diplomat (uncredited)
Teru Shimada was:
Portrait of Reginald Lal SinghReginald Lal Singh
Military Officer (uncredited)
Reginald Lal Singh was:
Portrait of Bobby SomersBobby Somers
Deputy at Crash Site (uncredited)
Bobby Somers was:
Portrait of Bert StevensBert Stevens
Man in Church (uncredited)
Bert Stevens was:
Portrait of Charles StewartCharles Stewart
Marine Captain (uncredited)
Charles Stewart was:
Portrait of Jack StoneyJack Stoney
Looter (uncredited)
Jack Stoney was:
Portrait of Gus TaillonGus Taillon
Elderly Man (uncredited)
Gus Taillon was:
Portrait of Morton C. ThompsonMorton C. Thompson
Reporter (uncredited)
Morton C. Thompson was:
Portrait of Arthur ToveyArthur Tovey
Party Guest (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey was:
Portrait of Dale Van SickelDale Van Sickel
Looter (uncredited)
Dale Van Sickel was:
Portrait of Dorothy VernonDorothy Vernon
Elderly Woman at Square Dance (uncredited)
Dorothy Vernon was:
Portrait of Edward WahrmanEdward Wahrman
Cameraman (uncredited)
Edward Wahrman was:
Portrait of Anthony WardeAnthony Warde
Military Police Driver (uncredited)
Anthony Warde was:
Portrait of Bob WhitneyBob Whitney
Military Officer (uncredited)
Bob Whitney was:
Portrait of Chalky WilliamsChalky Williams
Worker Listening to Radio (uncredited)
Chalky Williams was:
Portrait of Waldon WilliamsWaldon Williams
Boy (uncredited)
Waldon Williams was:
Portrait of Bud WolfeBud Wolfe
Rescuing Civil Defense Worker (uncredited)
Bud Wolfe was:
Portrait of Fred ZendarFred Zendar
Marine Lieutenant (uncredited)
Fred Zendar was:
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