... Minister (as Robert I. Clarke)
Mr. Mason / Mr. Johnson
Stuart Nolan / Dan Johnson / Tom Bennett / ...
... Tom Bennett
Bob / Dr. Pine / Phillip Geiger / ...
Capt. Jack Stedman
Les Frazer / Joe Wheaton / Mark Ellis / ...
Federal Agent Bill Saunderman / Stan / Doug Trimble
- The Meet
... Federal Agent Bill Saunderman
Jerry Franklin / Jack Harper
Larry Bartel / Wesley Fisher / Gerald Adams
Mark Stratton / Stanton
The Cisco Kid
Bud Thatcher / Deputy Johnny Boyle
I Led 3 Lives
Comrade Bernard J. 'Tippy' Tipton
- The Spy
... Comrade Bernard J. 'Tippy' Tipton
Carstairs, the Confederate Officer / Messenger (uncredited)
Dan the Dog (uncredited)
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Did You Know?
[about the problems on Captive Women
(1952)] Part of the fault was that the director, Stuart Gilmore
, was being given one of his first directing opportunities . . . Gilmore had been an editor for [Howard Hughes
] on The Outlaw
(1943); this was one of Gilmore's first pictures and he was lost. Completely. The poor man had tremendous problems: there were too many people in the cast, too many actors ...
Attended Kemper Military School & College in Boonville, Missouri, planning to make a career in the service but dropped out after his asthma prevented his serving in WWII. Later switched to acting and attended the University of Oklahoma and University of Wisconsin.