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Dead to the World (1961)

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A State Department employee, who is suspected of murdering a high government official, sets out to hunt down the real killer.

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Reedy Talton ...
Barney Cornell
Jana Pearce ...
Laura
Ford Rainey ...
Congressman Keach
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Karen Stone
John McLiam ...
Goody
John Dorman ...
Hannigan
Joel Thomas ...
Paul Evarts
Joseph Julian ...
Kelly
Leon B. Stevens ...
Jason Stone
Philip Kenneally ...
Sam Hand
Len Doyle ...
De Luca
Maggie O'Neill ...
Helga
Michael Gorrin ...
Milo Crespi
Drew Pearson ...
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A State Department employee, who is suspected of murdering a high government official, sets out to hunt down the real killer.

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Stab-in-the-back seals a deadly secret!

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