Cast (in credits order) verified as complete. James Stewart. ... Grant McLaine. Audie Murphy. ... The Utica Kid. Dan Duryea.
The screenplay is written by Borden Chase (Red River/Winchester '73), cinematographer was William H. ...James StewartGrant McLaineAudie MurphyThe Utica KidDan DuryeaWhitey HarbinDianne FosterCharlotte Drew - Charlie
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Cast. James Stewart as Grant McLaine. Audie Murphy as The Utica Kid. Dan Duryea as Whitey Harbin. Dianne Foster as Charlotte "Charlie" Drew. Elaine Stewart as Verna Kimball. Brandon deWilde as Joey Adams. Jay C. Flippen as Ben Kimball. Herbert Anderson as Will Renner. Robert J. Wilke as Concho. Hugh ...
Cast & Crew James Stewart Grant McLaine Audie Murphy The Utica Kid
Night Passage (1957) ... Cast & Crew. James Stewart. as Grant McLaine. ... Movies Like Night Passage. The Tall T. Having lost his horse in a bet, Pat Brennan hitches a ride with a stag...
Stewart plays Grant McLaine, ex-railroad employee and the level-headed brother of firebrand gunslinger The Utica Kid ( Audie Murphy ). When Grant is entrusted to guard a train delivering $10,000, The Kid's gang holds up the train and steals the money. Grant takes off to hunt his felonious brother down and attempts to convince him to go straight. Unfortunately, The Kid refuses, and the brothers face off in a showdown.
A railroad western. Okay, and Stewart considerably more. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996.
Dec 09, 2014 · 1957 - Night Passage - James Stewart; Audie Murphy; Dan Duryea. The workers on the railroad haven't been paid in months --- that's because Whitey and his gang, including fast-shooting, dangerous, but likeable Utica Kid, keep holding up the train for its payroll.
Eugene Hugh Beaumont (February 16, 1909 – May 14, 1982) was an American actor, television director, and writer.Beaumont is best known for his portrayals of Ward Cleaver on the television series Leave It to Beaver, originally broadcast from 1957 to 1963; and as private detective Michael Shayne in a series of low-budget crime films between 1946 and 1947.