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The Desperate Hours  (1955)

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The movie The Desperate Hours, released in 1955 and directed by William Wyler, was shot on film using VistaVision Cameras with Lee Garmes as cinematographer and editing by Robert Swink.
Directed by | William Wyler
Cinematography by | Lee Garmes
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Country | USA
Language | English
Genres | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir, Thriller

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Glenn Griffin
Dan C. Hilliard
Deputy Sheriff Jesse Bard
Ellie Hilliard
Hal Griffin
Chuck Wright
Cindy Hilliard
Ralphie Hilliard
Tom Winston
Sheriff Masters
FBI Agent Carson
State Police Lt. Fredericks
George Patterson
Chef At Al's Dining Room
Mr. Walling
Mrs. Walling
Motorist Hijacked By Hal
Miss Swift
Miss Wells
Bucky Walling
State Trooper
Carl - Night Watchman
Gas Station Attendant
State Trooper
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