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Peyton Place   (1957)

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Country | USA
Running Time | 157 Minutes
Type |
Language | English
Genres | Drama, Romance
In Color
Release Information USA
Release Information World
Directed by | Mark Robson
Cinematography by | William C. Mellor
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Sound Systems
4-Track Stereo
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Cast
Constance MacKenzie
Michael Rossi
Dr. Swain
Lucas Cross
Norman Page
Betty Anderson
Selena Cross
Allison MacKenzie
Ted Carter
Rodney Harrington
Nellie Cross
Miss Elsie Thornton
Mr. Harrington
Prosecutor
Seth Bushwell
Charles Partridge
Marion Partridge
Mrs. Evelyn Page
Jury Foreman
Messenger
Court Bailiff
Miss Colton
Army Sergeant
Townsman
Court Clerk
Cory Hyde
Pee Wee
Bailiff
Courtroom Spectator
Courtroom Spectator
White Hall Inn Bar Patron
Naval Officer
Joseph 'Joey' Cross
Parade Participant
Parade Participant
Guest At Whitehall Inn
Courtroom Spectator
Directed by
Director
Cinematography by
Director Of Photography
Written by
From The Novel By
Edited by
Produced by
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Original Music by
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Art Direction by
Art Director
Art Director
Set Decoration by
Set Decorator
Set Decorations
Costume Design by
Costumes Designed By
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Still Photographer
Editorial Department
Color Consultant
Assistant Editor
Visual Effects Department
Special Effects Department
Special Photographic Effects
Sound Department
Sound Recordist
Sound Recordist
Sound Recordist
Makeup Department
Makeup
Hair Styles
Makeup Artist
Hair Stylist
Makeup Artist
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Executive Wardrobe Designer
Costumes: Women
Costumes: Men
Music Department
Orchestration
Musicians Coordinator: Marching Band
Additional Crew Members
Assistant To Producer
Dialectician
Consultant: Vintage Car Coordinator
Script Supervisor
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