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Angel and the Badman


Released 1947

James Edward Grant = Director

John Wayne = Producer

John Wayne as Quirt Evans

Gail Russell as Penelope Worth

Harry Carey as Territorial Marshal Wistful McClintock

Bruce Cabot as Laredo Stevens

Irene Rich as Mrs. Worth

Lee Dixon as Randy McCall, Quirt's Partner

Stephen Grant as Johnny Worth

Tom Powers as Dr. Mangram

Paul Hurst as Frederick Carson

Olin Howland (Howlin) as Bradley, Telegrapher

John Halloran as Thomas Worth

Joan Barton as Lila Neal, Saloon Singer

Craig Woods as Ward Withers

Marshall Reed as Nelson, Quaker Blacksmith

Doc Adams as Quaker (uncredited)

Rosemary Bertrand as Christine Taylor (uncredited)

Symona Boniface as Dance Hall Madam (uncredited)

Bob Burns as Quaker Meeting Member (uncredited)

Wade Crosby as Baker Brother #2 (uncredited)

Steve Darrell as Gambler (uncredited)

Kenne Duncan as Gambler (uncredited)

Geraldine Farnum as Saloon Girl (uncredited)

Louis Faust as Hondo Jeffries (uncredited)

Paul Fix as Mouse Marr (uncredited)

Pat Flaherty as Baker Brother (uncredited)

Lew Harvey as Gambler (uncredited)

Jack Kirk as Carson Ranchhand (uncredited)

Rex Lease as Roulette Croupier (uncredited)

Cactus Mack as Quaker (uncredited)

LeRoy Mason as Lefty Wilson (uncredited)

Jack Montgomery as Carson Ranchhand (uncredited)

Bert Moorhouse as Gambler (uncredited)

Al Murphy as Bartender (uncredited)

William Newell as Headwaiter (uncredited)

Jack O'Shea as Barfly (uncredited)

Eddie Parker as Baker Brother (uncredited)

Stanley Price as Gambler (uncredited)

John Shay as Gambler (uncredited)

Jack Stoney as Baker Brother (uncredited)

Ken Terrell as Brawl Spectator (uncredited)

Tony Travers as Hernan (uncredited)

Crane Whitley as Townsman (uncredited)

Norman Willis as Gambler (uncredited)

Hank Worden as Townsman (uncredited)

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