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The Day The Earth Stood Still


Released 1951

Robert Wise = Director

Julian Blaustein = Producer

Michael Rennie as Klaatu

Patricia Neal as Helen Benson

Hugh Marlowe as Tom Stevens

Sam Jaffe as Professor Jacob Barnhardt

Billy Gray as Bobby Benson

Frances Bavier as Mrs. Barley

Lock Martin as Gort

Patrick Aherne as General at Pentagon (uncredited)

Holly Bane as Army Captain (uncredited)

Oscar Blanke as Peddler (uncredited)

Marshall Bradford as Chief of Staff (uncredited)

John Brown as George Barley (uncredited)

John Burton as British Radio Announcer (uncredited)

Wheaton Chambers as Mr. Bleeker (uncredited)

Jean Charney as Mother (uncredited)

Beulah Christian as Secretary (uncredited)

John Close as Captain (uncredited)

Louise Colombet as French Woman (uncredited)

James Conaty as General at Pentagon (uncredited)

Frank Conroy as Mr. Harley (uncredited)

Eric Corrie as British Soldier (uncredited)

John Costello as Cockney (uncredited)

James Craven as Businessman (uncredited)

Marjorie Crossland as Hilda (uncredited)

Jack Daly as Minor Role (uncredited)

Elmer Davis as Himself - Commentator (uncredited)

Lawrence Dobkin as Army Physician (uncredited)

Jim Doyle as Medical Corps Major (uncredited)

Roy Engel as Government Man (uncredited)

Charles Evans as Major General (uncredited)

Edith Evanson as Mrs. Crockett (uncredited)

Franklyn Farnum as Extra in Office Building Corridor (uncredited)

Michael Ferris as British Soldier (uncredited)

Elizabeth Flournoy as Emma - Jewelry Clerk (uncredited)

Grady Galloway as American Radar Operator (uncredited)

Bill Gentry as Sentry (uncredited)

Paul Gerrits as Minor Role (uncredited)

Glenn Hardy as Interviewer (uncredited)

Sam Harris as Scientific Delegate (uncredited)

Harry Harvey as Taxi Driver (uncredited)

Gabriel Heatter as Himself - Commentator (uncredited)

Gil Herman as Government Agent (uncredited)

John Hiestand as TV Announcer on Truck (uncredited)

H. V. Kaltenborn as Himself - Commentator (uncredited)

Hassan Khayyam as Indian Radio Announcer (uncredited)

Harry Lauter as Platoon Leader (uncredited)

Freeman Lusk as General Cutler (uncredited)

George Lynn as Colonel Ryder (uncredited)

Herbert Lytton as Brigadier General (uncredited)

Michael Mahoney as Sentry (uncredited)

Sandee Marriott as Minor Role (uncredited)

David McMahon as Air Force Sergeant (uncredited)

Tyler McVey as Brady (uncredited)

Harold Miller as Military Officer at Pentagon Meeting (uncredited)

Ralph Montgomery as Government Man (uncredited)

Bruce Morgan as Government Man (uncredited)

Howard Negley as Colonel (uncredited)

Dorothy Neumann as Margaret - Secretary (uncredited)

Sammy Ogg as Sam (uncredited)

Robert Osterloh as Major White (uncredited)

Gayle Pace as Captain (uncredited)

Drew Pearson as Himself - Commentator (uncredited)

Ted Pearson as Colonel (uncredited)

House Peters Jr. as Military Police Captain (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard as Cab Driver (uncredited)

John M. Reed as Tank Driver (uncredited)

Barry Regan as Minor Role (uncredited)

Fay Roope as Major General (uncredited)

Pola Russ as Russian Woman (uncredited)

James Seay as Government Man (uncredited)

Charles Sherlock as Government Man (uncredited)

Peter Similuk as Russian Pilot (uncredited)

Bob Simpson as Colonel (uncredited)

Marc Snow as Government Man (uncredited)

Olan Soule as Mr. Krull (uncredited)

Kim Spalding as Army Orderly (uncredited)

Murray Steckler as Soldier (uncredited)

Harmon Stevens as Minor Role (uncredited)

Charles Tannen as Voice of Radio Announcer (uncredited)

Harlan Warde as Carlson (uncredited)

Gil Warren as Government Man (uncredited)

Kipp Whitman as Sentry (uncredited)

Rush Williams as Military Police Sergeant (uncredited)

Wilson Wood as Government Man (uncredited)

Carleton Young as Colonel in Jeep (uncredited)

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