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Angel and the badman

Author: John WayneJames Edward GrantRichard HagemanArchie J StoutErnst FegtéAll authors
Publisher: United States : Republic Pictures Corp., [1947], ©1946.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A wounded outlaw is nursed back to health by a Quaker family. In his attempts to repay their kindness he finds himself gradually won over to their point of view.
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Genre/Form: UCLA preservation
Fiction films
Feature films
Western films
Westerns
Features
Drama
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Wayne; James Edward Grant; Richard Hageman; Archie J Stout; Ernst Fegté; Yakima Canutt; Harry Keller; Cy Feuer; Vic Appel; Adele Palmer; John McCarthy; Charles Thompson; Howard Lydecker; Theodore Lydecker; Bob Mark; Peggy Gray; Gail Russell; Harry Carey; Bruce Cabot; Irene Rich; Lee Dixon; Tom Powers; Paul Hurst; Olin Howland; Republic Pictures Corporation.; Hollywood Television Service.
OCLC Number: 78262569
Notes: Bracketed character names supplied from Variety review, Feb. 19, 1947.
Release date was Feb. 15, 1947, according to: Film daily yearbook, 1948.
"RCA Sound System."
Playing time on release was 100 min., according to: Film daily yearbook, 1948.
"Approved, MPAA, certificate no. 11847. Passed by the National Board of Review."
Copyright: Republic Pictures Corp.; 26Dec46; LP840.
Credits: Musical score, Richard Hageman. Photography, Archie J. Stout; production designed by Ernst Fegté; second unit director, Yakima Canutt; film editor, Harry Keller. Musical director, Cy Feuer; sound, Vic Appel; costumes designed by Adele Palmer; set decorations, John McCarthy, Jr. and Charles Thompson; special effects, Howard and Theodore Lydecker; makeup supervision, Bob Mark; hair stylist, Peggy Gray.
Cast: Starring John Wayne [Quirt Evans], Gail Russell [Prudence Worth]. With Harry Carey [Wistful McClintock], Bruce Cabot [Laredo Stevens], Irene Rich [Mrs. Worth], Lee Dixon [Randy McCall]. And Stephen Grant [Johnny Worth], Tom Powers [Dr. Mangrum], Paul Hurst [Carson], Olin Howlin [Bradley], John Halloran [Thomas Worth], Joan Barton [Lila], Craig Woods [Ward Withers], Marshall Reed [Nelson].
Description: 2 film reels (100 min., 3,600 ft.) : black and white, sound ; 16 mm
Other Titles: Angel and the bad-man
Responsibility: a Republic Pictures production ; a John Wayne production ; written and directed by James Edward Grant.

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A wounded outlaw is nursed back to health by a Quaker family. In his attempts to repay their kindness he finds himself gradually won over to their point of view.

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