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The Sound of Anger ()


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A young man is arrested on suspicion of sabotaging the plane of his girlfriend's father, a wealthy man who despises him.

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Walter Nichols
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Neil Darrell
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Brad Darrell
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Marge Carruthers
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Jerry Thompson
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Judge Prentiss
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Barbara Keeley (as Lynda Day)
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Barry Kochek
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Andrew Pearce
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Ann Kochek (as Collin Wilcox)
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Sheriff Turner
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Dorothy Daley
Nina Roman ...
Judy Schaeffer
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George Grebe
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Lieutenant Morrisey
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Second Sheriff
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Rudolph Evans (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael Ritchie

Written by

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Dick Nelson ... (teleplay)
 
Roy Huggins ... (story)

Produced by

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Roy Huggins ... producer

Music by

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Pete Rugolo

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Gene Polito ... director of photography

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Carl Pingitore

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Richard Belding ... editorial supervisor
Robert Brower ... color coordinator

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Alexander A. Mayer

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John McCarthy Jr. ... (as John McCarthy)
James Redd ... (as James S. Redd)

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Burton Miller

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Larry Germain ... hair stylist
Bud Westmore ... makeup artist

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Ben Bishop ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Phil Bowles ... assistant director

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Frank H. Wilkinson ... sound

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Stanley Wilson ... music supervisor

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Frank Tallman ... aircraft technical advisor (as Frank G. Tallman)

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Also Known As
  • The Sound of Anger (United States)
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  • 120 min
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Movie Connections Followed by The Whole World Is Watching (1969). See more »

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