Director: John Ford
Writer(s): James Warner Bellah, Willis Goldbeck, James Warner Bellah (novel
Starring: Jeffrey Hunter, Constance Towers, Billie Burke, Woody Strode, Juano Hernandez, Willis Bouchey, Carleton Young, Judson Pratt, Phil Adams, Mario Arteaga, Brandon Beach, Oscar Blank, Clifton Brandon, Naaman Brown, Louis Byrd, Ruth Clifford, Jane Crowley, Shug Fisher, Eugene Gaines, Sam Harris, Chuck Hayward, William Henry, James Johnson, Rafer Johnson, Jack Kenny, Mike Lally, Jack Lewis, Fred Libby, Marvin Luster, Cliff Lyons, Wilbur Mack, Mae Marsh, Toby Michaels, Jack Mower, Trusse R. Norris, Eva Novak, Jack Pennick, Jack Perrin, Walter Reed, Chuck Roberson, Charles Seel, Ed Shaw, Bobby Lee Smith, Ed Sweeny, Walter Torrence, David Washington, William Wellman Jr., Lloyd Winston, Hank Worden
Synopsis: Respected black cavalry Sergeant Brax Rutledge stands court-martial for raping and killing a white woman and murdering her father, his superior officer. READ REVIEW
Release Date: May 28, 1960 (USA) | Length: 111 min | Genre: Crime, Western | Certificate: Approved
Note: There are a few actors that I couldn’t identify because they had generic roles and no other film credits. There is a chance that Walter Torrence is the basketball player because there are a few athletes in the film, like Rafer Johnson and Trusse Norris (both of whom also went to UCLA).