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All the King's Men

All the King's Men

Release Date: 1949-11-16 (71 years ago)
Broderick Crawford
Willie Stark
Broderick Crawford was:
John Ireland
Jack Burden
John Ireland was:
Joanne Dru
Anne Stanton
Joanne Dru was:
John Derek
Tom Stark
John Derek was:
Mercedes McCambridge
Sadie Burke
Mercedes McCambridge was:
Shepperd Strudwick
Adam Stanton
Shepperd Strudwick was:
Ralph Dumke
Tiny Duffy
Ralph Dumke was:
Anne Seymour
Mrs. Lucy Stark
Anne Seymour was:
Katherine Warren
Mrs. Burden
Katherine Warren was:
Raymond Greenleaf
Judge Monte Stanton
Raymond Greenleaf was:
Walter Burke
Sugar Boy
Walter Burke was:
Will Wright
Dolph Pillsbury
Will Wright was:
Grandon Rhodes
Floyd McEvoy
Grandon Rhodes was:
Marshall Bradford
Senator (Uncredited)
Marshall Bradford was:
Chet Brandenburg
Man Listening to Speech (Uncredited)
Chet Brandenburg was:
Wheaton Chambers
Senator (Uncredited)
Wheaton Chambers was:
Stephen Chase
Puckett (Uncredited)
Stephen Chase was:
Tom Coleman
Man Tearing Down Poster (Uncredited)
Tom Coleman was:
James Conaty
Party Guest (Uncredited)
James Conaty was:
Roy Darmour
Politician at Harrison's Headquarters (Uncredited)
Roy Darmour was:
Earle S. Dewey
Joe Harrison (Uncredited)
Earle S. Dewey was:
King Donovan
Reporter (Uncredited)
King Donovan was:
Robert Filmer
Editor (Uncredited)
Robert Filmer was:
Paul Ford
Spokesman for Impeachment (Uncredited)
Paul Ford was:
Dick Gordon
Politician (Uncredited)
Dick Gordon was:
William E. Green
Senator (Uncredited)
William E. Green was:
Charles Haefeli
Man in Cheap Bar (Uncredited)
Charles Haefeli was:
Frank Hagney
Stark Strong-Arm Man (Uncredited)
Frank Hagney was:
Richard Hale
Richard Hale (Uncredited)
Richard Hale was:
Bert Hanlon
Editor (Uncredited)
Bert Hanlon was:
Judd Holdren
Politician (Uncredited)
Judd Holdren was:
Robert Karnes
Legislator (Uncredited)
Robert Karnes was:
Kenner G. Kemp
Legislator (Uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp was:
Donald Kerr
Spectator (Uncredited)
Donald Kerr was:
Nolan Leary
Senator (Uncredited)
Nolan Leary was:
Wilbur Mack
Former Governor Stanton (Uncredited)
Wilbur Mack was:
Louis Mason
Minister (Uncredited)
Louis Mason was:
Paul Maxey
Local Chairman (Uncredited)
Paul Maxey was:
Frank McLure
Doctor (Uncredited)
Frank McLure was:
Walter Merrill
Man in City Bar (Uncredited)
Walter Merrill was:
Harold Miller
Speaker of the House (Uncredited)
Harold Miller was:
John "Skins" Miller
Drunk at Football Game (Uncredited)
John "Skins" Miller was:
Pat O'Malley
Politician (Uncredited)
Pat O'Malley was:
Jeffrey Sayre
Party Guest (Uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre was:
Charles Sherlock
Politician at Harrison's Headquarters (Uncredited)
Charles Sherlock was:
Ray Spiker
Farmer Listing to Speech (Uncredited)
Ray Spiker was:
Helene Stanley
Helene Hale (Uncredited)
Helene Stanley was:
Larry Steers
Man at Impeachment Hearing (Uncredited)
Larry Steers was:
Houseley Stevenson
Madison, Editor (Uncredited)
Houseley Stevenson was:
Charles Sullivan
Man Listening to Speech (Uncredited)
Charles Sullivan was:
William Tannen
Man in City Bar (Uncredited)
William Tannen was:
Phil Tully
Football Coach (Uncredited)
Phil Tully was:
Glen Walters
Woman Listening to Speech (Uncredited)
Glen Walters was:
Frank Wilcox
Public Relations Man (Uncredited)
Frank Wilcox was:
Harry Wilson
One of Duffy's Goons (Uncredited)
Harry Wilson was:
Bill Wolfe
Farmer (Uncredited)
Bill Wolfe was:
Al Wyatt Sr.
State Trooper (Uncredited)
Al Wyatt Sr. was:
Sam Harris
Politician (Uncredited)
Sam Harris was:
Charles Ferguson
Newspaper Office Worker (Uncredited)
Charles Ferguson was:
Richard Bartell
State Legislator (Uncredited)
Richard Bartell was:
Mary Bear
File Clerk (Uncredited)
Mary Bear was:
William Bruce
Commissioner (Uncredited)
William Bruce was:
Edwin Chandler
Radio Announcer (Uncredited)
Edwin Chandler was:
William Cottrell
Reporter (Uncredited)
William Cottrell was:
Jack Deery
Man at Impeachment Hearing (Uncredited)
Jack Deery was:
George Farmer
Bus Man (Uncredited)
George Farmer was:
Tom Ferrandini
Politician (Uncredited)
Tom Ferrandini was:
Ted French
Dance Caller (Uncredited)
Ted French was:
Slim Gaut
Man Listening to Speech (Uncredited)
Slim Gaut was:
John Giles
Young Boy (Uncredited)
John Giles was:
Avery Graves
Senator (Uncredited)
Avery Graves was:
Jimmie Horan
Man Listening to Speech (Uncredited)
Jimmie Horan was:
James Linn
Politician (Uncredited)
James Linn was:
H.C. Miller
Pa Stark (Uncredited)
H.C. Miller was:
Truett Myers
Minister at Funeral (Uncredited)
Truett Myers was:
Frank O'Connor
Party Guest (Uncredited)
Frank O'Connor was:
Sammy Shack
Duffy Associate (Uncredited)
Sammy Shack was:
Irving Smith
Butler (Uncredited)
Irving Smith was:
George Taylor
Politician (Uncredited)
George Taylor was:
Al Thompson
Man in Cheap Bar (Uncredited)
Al Thompson was:
Glen Thompson
State Trooper (Uncredited)
Glen Thompson was:
A.C. Tillman
Sheriff (Uncredited)
A.C. Tillman was:
Reba Waterson
Receptionist (Uncredited)
Reba Waterson was:
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