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The Killer That Stalked New York

The Killer That Stalked New York

Release Date: 1950-10-06 (70 years ago)
Evelyn Keyes
Sheila Bennet
Evelyn Keyes was:
Charles Korvin
Matt Krane
Charles Korvin was:
William Bishop
Dr. Ben Wood
William Bishop was:
Dorothy Malone
Alice Lorie
Dorothy Malone was:
Lola Albright
Francie Bennet
Lola Albright was:
Barry Kelley
Treasury Agent Johnson
Barry Kelley was:
Carl Benton Reid
Health Commissioner Ellis
Carl Benton Reid was:
Ludwig Donath
Dr. Cooper
Ludwig Donath was:
Art Smith
Anthony Moss
Art Smith was:
Whit Bissell
Sid Bennet
Whit Bissell was:
Roy Roberts
Mayor of New York
Roy Roberts was:
Connie Gilchrist
Belle - the Landlady
Connie Gilchrist was:
Dan Riss
Dan Riss was:
Harry Shannon
Police Officer Houlihan
Harry Shannon was:
Jim Backus
Willie Dennis (uncredited)
Jim Backus was:
Jay Barney
Angry Man in Tenement (uncredited)
Jay Barney was:
George Baxter
Drug Company Executive (uncredited)
George Baxter was:
Eumenio Blanco
Passerby (uncredited)
Eumenio Blanco was:
John Bleifer
Walda's Uncle (uncredited)
John Bleifer was:
Gail Bonney
Observer in Crowd (uncredited)
Gail Bonney was:
Chet Brandenburg
Observer on Street (uncredited)
Chet Brandenburg was:
Peter Brocco
Tom the Wino (uncredited)
Peter Brocco was:
Barry Brooks
Policeman (uncredited)
Barry Brooks was:
George Bruggeman
Vaccinated Man (uncredited)
George Bruggeman was:
Walter Burke
Danny - Bellhop (uncredited)
Walter Burke was:
James Bush
Hennick (uncredited)
James Bush was:
Dick Cherney
Radio Station Worker (uncredited)
Dick Cherney was:
Angela Clarke
Mrs. Dominic (uncredited)
Angela Clarke was:
Oliver Cross
Government Official (uncredited)
Oliver Cross was:
Jack Deery
Reporter (uncredited)
Jack Deery was:
Paul Dubov
Intern, Phil (uncredited)
Paul Dubov was:
Richard Egan
Treasury Agent Owney (uncredited)
Richard Egan was:
Edythe Elliott
Nurse (uncredited)
Edythe Elliott was:
Roy Engel
Colonel (uncredited)
Roy Engel was:
Charles Evans
General (uncredited)
Charles Evans was:
George Ford
Federal Agent (uncredited)
George Ford was:
Robert Foulk
Cop (uncredited)
Robert Foulk was:
Alex Gerry
Drug Company Executive (uncredited)
Alex Gerry was:
Everett Glass
Elderly Doctor (uncredited)
Everett Glass was:
Billy Gray
Pinkie (uncredited)
Billy Gray was:
Reed Hadley
Narrator (uncredited)
Reed Hadley was:
Alvin Hammer
Worried Man (uncredited)
Alvin Hammer was:
Timmy Hawkins
Kid (uncredited)
Timmy Hawkins was:
Mary Alan Hokanson
Nurse Donna (uncredited)
Mary Alan Hokanson was:
Patricia Iannone
Girl (uncredited)
Patricia Iannone was:
Teddy Infuhr
Boy Outside Willie's Place (uncredited)
Teddy Infuhr was:
Tommy Ivo
Jerry - Blond Boy (uncredited)
Tommy Ivo was:
Eugene Jackson
Bootblack (uncredited)
Eugene Jackson was:
Anthony Jochim
Observer in Crowd (uncredited)
Anthony Jochim was:
Louise Kane
Teacher (uncredited)
Louise Kane was:
Paul Keast
Drug Company Executive (uncredited)
Paul Keast was:
Guy Kingsford
Manning (uncredited)
Guy Kingsford was:
Don Kohler
Ted James (uncredited)
Don Kohler was:
Ethan Laidlaw
Observer on Street (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw was:
Norman Leavitt
The Photographer (uncredited)
Norman Leavitt was:
King Lockwood
Reporter (uncredited)
King Lockwood was:
Celia Lovsky
Mrs. Kowalski (uncredited)
Celia Lovsky was:
Sydney Mason
Sober Man (uncredited)
Sydney Mason was:
Merrill McCormick
Man on Telephone (uncredited)
Merrill McCormick was:
Russell Meeker
Reporter (uncredited)
Russell Meeker was:
Carl Milletaire
Cynic (uncredited)
Carl Milletaire was:
Frances Morris
Housewife (uncredited)
Frances Morris was:
Pat O'Malley
Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley was:
Gary Pagett
Baseball Kid (uncredited)
Gary Pagett was:
Paul Picerni
Health Department Investigator (uncredited)
Paul Picerni was:
James Pierce
Police Commissioner (uncredited)
James Pierce was:
Harry Raven
Man on Phone (uncredited)
Harry Raven was:
Cosmo Sardo
Observer in Crowd (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo was:
Warren Schannon
Kid (uncredited)
Warren Schannon was:
Lester Sharpe
Mr. Kowalski (uncredited)
Lester Sharpe was:
Arthur Space
Dr. Penner (uncredited)
Arthur Space was:
George Spaulding
Borum (uncredited)
George Spaulding was:
Ray Spiker
Observer on Street (uncredited)
Ray Spiker was:
Peter Virgo
Joe Dominic (uncredited)
Peter Virgo was:
Ray Walker
Wise Guy (uncredited)
Ray Walker was:
Helen Wallace
Mother Superior (uncredited)
Helen Wallace was:
Beverly Washburn
Walda Kowalski (uncredited)
Beverly Washburn was:
Charles Watts
Charlie (uncredited)
Charles Watts was:
Blackie Whiteford
Observer on Street (uncredited)
Blackie Whiteford was:
Gayne Whitman
Doctor (uncredited)
Gayne Whitman was:
Chalky Williams
Radio Station Worker (uncredited)
Chalky Williams was:
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