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Poster of Somebody Up There Likes Me

Somebody Up There Likes Me

Release Date: Wednesday, July 4 1956 (66 years ago)
Portrait of Paul NewmanPaul Newman
Rocky
Paul Newman was:
Portrait of Pier AngeliPier Angeli
Norma
Pier Angeli was:
Portrait of Everett SloaneEverett Sloane
Irving Cohen
Everett Sloane was:
Portrait of Eileen HeckartEileen Heckart
Ma Barbella
Eileen Heckart was:
Portrait of Sal MineoSal Mineo
Romolo
Sal Mineo was:
Portrait of Harold J. StoneHarold J. Stone
Nick Barbella
Harold J. Stone was:
Portrait of Joseph BuloffJoseph Buloff
Benny
Joseph Buloff was:
Portrait of Arch JohnsonArch Johnson
Heldon
Arch Johnson was:
Portrait of Sammy WhiteSammy White
Whitey Bimstein
Sammy White was:
Portrait of Robert P. LiebRobert P. Lieb
District Attorney Hogan
Robert P. Lieb was:
Portrait of Theodore NewtonTheodore Newton
Edward Eagan
Theodore Newton was:
Portrait of Steve McQueenSteve McQueen
Fidel (uncredited)
Steve McQueen was:
Portrait of Stanley AdamsStanley Adams
Romolo's Attorney (uncredited)
Stanley Adams was:
Portrait of Fred AldrichFred Aldrich
Ringside Photographer (uncredited)
Fred Aldrich was:
Portrait of Leon AltonLeon Alton
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Leon Alton was:
Portrait of William BoyettWilliam Boyett
Military Policeman (uncredited)
William Boyett was:
Portrait of Bart BravermanBart Braverman
Boy (uncredited)
Bart Braverman was:
Portrait of John BreenJohn Breen
Hearing Specatator (uncredited)
John Breen was:
Portrait of Frank CampanellaFrank Campanella
Detective (uncredited)
Frank Campanella was:
Portrait of Walter CartierWalter Cartier
Polack (uncredited)
Walter Cartier was:
Portrait of Angela CartwrightAngela Cartwright
Audrey at Age 3 (uncredited)
Angela Cartwright was:
Portrait of George CisarGeorge Cisar
Fence (uncredited)
George Cisar was:
Portrait of Russ ClarkRuss Clark
Zale Fight Referee (uncredited)
Russ Clark was:
Portrait of Tom ColemanTom Coleman
Reporter at Sparring Session (uncredited)
Tom Coleman was:
Portrait of Russ ConwayRuss Conway
Captain Grifton (uncredited)
Russ Conway was:
Portrait of Gene CooganGene Coogan
Bookie (uncredited)
Gene Coogan was:
Portrait of Clancy CooperClancy Cooper
Captain Lancheck (uncredited)
Clancy Cooper was:
Portrait of Matt CrowleyMatt Crowley
Lou Stillman (uncredited)
Matt Crowley was:
Portrait of Michael DanteMichael Dante
Shorty (uncredited)
Michael Dante was:
Portrait of Ray DantonRay Danton
Reporter (voice) (uncredited)
Ray Danton was:
Portrait of James DimeJames Dime
Training Spectator (uncredited)
James Dime was:
Portrait of Robert EastonRobert Easton
Corporal Quinbury (uncredited)
Robert Easton was:
Portrait of John EldredgeJohn Eldredge
George Niles (uncredited)
John Eldredge was:
Portrait of Joe GarcioJoe Garcio
Radio Listener (uncredited)
Joe Garcio was:
Portrait of Robert GardettRobert Gardett
Reporter (uncredited)
Robert Gardett was:
Portrait of Tommy GarlandTommy Garland
Referee (uncredited)
Tommy Garland was:
Portrait of Sam GilmanSam Gilman
Detective Arresting Rocky (uncredited)
Sam Gilman was:
Portrait of James GonzalezJames Gonzalez
Trial Spectator (uncredited)
James Gonzalez was:
Portrait of Herschel GrahamHerschel Graham
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Herschel Graham was:
Portrait of Donna Jo GribbleDonna Jo Gribble
Yolanda Barbella (uncredited)
Donna Jo Gribble was:
Portrait of Kit GuardKit Guard
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Kit Guard was:
Portrait of Don HaggertyDon Haggerty
Prison Guard (uncredited)
Don Haggerty was:
Portrait of Bern HoffmanBern Hoffman
Fat Man at Hijacking Attempt (uncredited)
Bern Hoffman was:
Portrait of Allen JaffeAllen Jaffe
Radio Listener (uncredited)
Allen Jaffe was:
Portrait of Dean JonesDean Jones
Private in Rocky's Tent (uncredited)
Dean Jones was:
Portrait of Byron KaneByron Kane
Reporter (uncredited)
Byron Kane was:
Portrait of Jackie KelkJackie Kelk
George (uncredited)
Jackie Kelk was:
Portrait of Kenner G. KempKenner G. Kemp
Commissioner's Assistant (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp was:
Portrait of Jack KenneyJack Kenney
Reformatory Guard (uncredited)
Jack Kenney was:
Portrait of Jess KirkpatrickJess Kirkpatrick
Chicago Reporter (uncredited)
Jess Kirkpatrick was:
Portrait of Richard LaMarrRichard LaMarr
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr was:
Portrait of David LeonardDavid Leonard
Mr. Mueller (uncredited)
David Leonard was:
Portrait of Len LesserLen Lesser
Reporter at Sparring Session (uncredited)
Len Lesser was:
Portrait of Robert LoggiaRobert Loggia
Frankie Peppo (uncredited)
Robert Loggia was:
Portrait of Jack LomasJack Lomas
Reformatory Guard (uncredited)
Jack Lomas was:
Portrait of Wilbur MackWilbur Mack
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack was:
Portrait of Philo McCulloughPhilo McCullough
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Philo McCullough was:
Portrait of Frank McLureFrank McLure
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Frank McLure was:
Portrait of Joseph MarrJoseph Marr
Customer (uncredited)
Joseph Marr was:
Portrait of Gregg MartellGregg Martell
Guard (uncredited)
Gregg Martell was:
Portrait of Joe McGuinnJoe McGuinn
Guard (uncredited)
Joe McGuinn was:
Portrait of Tyler McVeyTyler McVey
Reporter (uncredited)
Tyler McVey was:
Portrait of Tony MichaelsTony Michaels
Assistant Commissioner (uncredited)
Tony Michaels was:
Portrait of Billy NelsonBilly Nelson
Commissioner (uncredited)
Billy Nelson was:
Portrait of Frank MillsFrank Mills
Counterman at Gym (uncredited)
Frank Mills was:
Portrait of Robin MorseRobin Morse
Reporter at Hearing (uncredited)
Robin Morse was:
Portrait of Sol MurgiSol Murgi
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Sol Murgi was:
Portrait of Monty O'GradyMonty O'Grady
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady was:
Portrait of Ralph NeffRalph Neff
Spectator (uncredited)
Ralph Neff was:
Portrait of Jimmy MurphyJimmy Murphy
Young Fighter at Gym (uncredited)
Jimmy Murphy was:
Portrait of James O'RearJames O'Rear
Judge (uncredited)
James O'Rear was:
Portrait of Jack OrrisonJack Orrison
Detective (uncredited)
Jack Orrison was:
Portrait of Jack PerryJack Perry
Man in Bar (uncredited)
Jack Perry was:
Portrait of Judson PrattJudson Pratt
Johnny Hyland (uncredited)
Judson Pratt was:
Portrait of Terry RangnoTerry Rangno
Rocky at Age 8 (uncredited)
Terry Rangno was:
Portrait of Sid RaymondSid Raymond
Subway Guard (uncredited)
Sid Raymond was:
Portrait of Michael RossMichael Ross
Subway Guard (uncredited)
Michael Ross was:
Portrait of Ralph ReedRalph Reed
Soldier (uncredited)
Ralph Reed was:
Portrait of Dick RichDick Rich
Geezer (uncredited)
Dick Rich was:
Portrait of Christopher RiordanChristopher Riordan
Rocky's Friend (uncredited)
Christopher Riordan was:
Portrait of Benny RubinBenny Rubin
Fight Promoter (uncredited)
Benny Rubin was:
Portrait of Eddie RyderEddie Ryder
Prisoner (uncredited)
Eddie Ryder was:
Portrait of Wayne TaylorWayne Taylor
Prisoner (uncredited)
Wayne Taylor was:
Portrait of Willard SageWillard Sage
Earl Woodhope (uncredited)
Willard Sage was:
Portrait of Scott SeatonScott Seaton
Elevator Passenger (uncredited)
Scott Seaton was:
Portrait of Jack SheaJack Shea
Prison Guard (uncredited)
Jack Shea was:
Portrait of Don SheltonDon Shelton
Captain at Court Martial (uncredited)
Don Shelton was:
Portrait of Court ShepardCourt Shepard
Tony Zale (uncredited)
Court Shepard was:
Portrait of Al SilvaniAl Silvani
Rocky's Second (uncredited)
Al Silvani was:
Portrait of Buster SlavenBuster Slaven
Sidekick (uncredited)
Buster Slaven was:
Portrait of Bert StevensBert Stevens
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Bert Stevens was:
Portrait of Ray StricklynRay Stricklyn
Bryson (uncredited)
Ray Stricklyn was:
Portrait of James ToddJames Todd
Colonel at Court Martial (uncredited)
James Todd was:
Portrait of Renata VanniRenata Vanni
(uncredited)
Renata Vanni was:
Portrait of Ray WalkerRay Walker
Zale Ring Announcer (uncredited)
Ray Walker was:
Portrait of Bob WhitneyBob Whitney
Hearing Specatator (uncredited)
Bob Whitney was:
Portrait of Billy WilsonBilly Wilson
Commissioner (uncredited)
Billy Wilson was:
Portrait of Anne CaprileAnne Caprile
Norma (french voice)
Anne Caprile was:
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