All the King's Men

All the King's Men (1949)


  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 1949-11-08
  • User Rating: 7.1/10 from 98 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 49min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Columbia Pictures
  • Production Country: United States of America
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Summary

All The King's Men is the story of the rise of politician Willie Stark from a rural county seat to the governor's mansion.

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  • Broderick Crawford

    as Willie Stark
  • John Ireland

    as Jack Burden
  • Joanne Dru

    as Anne Stanton
  • John Derek

    as Tom Stark
  • Mercedes McCambridge

    as Sadie Burke
  • Shepperd Strudwick

    as Adam Stanton
  • Ralph Dumke

    as Tiny Duffy
  • Anne Seymour

    as Mrs. Lucy Stark
  • Katherine Warren

    as Mrs. Burden
  • Raymond Greenleaf

    as Judge Monte Stanton
  • Walter Burke

    as Sugar Boy
  • Will Wright

    as Dolph Pillsbury
  • Grandon Rhodes

    as Floyd McEvoy
  • Marshall Bradford

    as Senator
  • Chet Brandenburg

    as Man Listening to Speech
  • Wheaton Chambers

    as Senator
  • Stephen Chase

    as Puckett
  • Tom Coleman

    as Man tearing down poster
  • James Conaty

    as Party Guest
  • Roy Darmour

    as Politician at Harrison's Headquarters
  • Earle S. Dewey

    as Joe Harrison
  • King Donovan

    as Reporter
  • Robert Filmer

    as Editor
  • Paul Ford

    as Spokesman for Impeachment
  • Dick Gordon

    as Politician
  • William E. Green

    as Senator
  • Charles Haefeli

    as Man in Cheap Bar
  • Frank Hagney

    as Stark Strong-Arm Man
  • Richard Hale

    as Richard Hale
  • Bert Hanlon

    as Editor
  • Judd Holdren

    as Politician
  • Robert Karnes

    as Legislator
  • Kenner G. Kemp

    as Legislator
  • Donald Kerr

    as Spectator
  • Nolan Leary

    as Senator
  • Ralph Littlefield

    as Farmer
  • Wilbur Mack

    as Former Governor Stanton
  • Louis Mason

    as Minister
  • Paul Maxey

    as Local Chairman
  • Frank McLure

    as Doctor
  • Walter Merrill

    as Man in City Bar
  • Harold Miller

    as Speaker of the House
  • John "Skins" Miller

    as Drunk at Football Game
  • Pat O'Malley

    as Politician
  • Jeffrey Sayre

    as Party Guest
  • Charles Sherlock

    as Politician at Harrison's Headquarters
  • Ray Spiker

    as Farmer Listing to Speech
  • Helene Stanley

    as Helene Hale
  • Larry Steers

    as Man at Impeachment Hearing
  • Houseley Stevenson

    as Madison - the Editor
  • Charles Sullivan

    as Man Listening to Speech
  • William Tannen

    as Man in City Bar
  • Phil Tully

    as Football Coach
  • Glen Walters

    as Woman Listening to Speech
  • Frank Wilcox

    as Public Relations Man
  • Harry Wilson

    as One of Duffy's Goons
  • Bill Wolfe

    as Farmer
  • Al Wyatt Sr.

    as State Trooper
  • Sam Harris

    as Politician
  • Charles Ferguson

    as Newspaper Office Worker (uncredited)
Editing Frank P. Keller Assistant Editor
Camera Burnett Guffey Director of Photography
Editing Robert Parrish Editorial Consultant
Costume & Make-Up Jean Louis Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Robert J. Schiffer Makeup Artist
Crew Don Siegel Second Unit
Writing Robert Rossen Screenplay
Directing Robert Rossen Director
Production Robert Rossen Producer
Writing Robert Penn Warren Novel
Camera Gert Andersen Camera Operator
Costume & Make-Up Clay Campbell Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Helen Hunt Hairstylist
Sound Morris Stoloff Music Director
Art Louis Diage Set Decoration
Camera Irving Lippman Still Photographer
Editing Al Clark Editor
Sound Louis Gruenberg Original Music Composer
Directing Sam Nelson Assistant Director
Art Sturges Carne Art Direction
Camera Emil Oster First Assistant Camera
Sound Joseph Nussbaum Orchestrator
Editing Donald W. Starling Editorial Services
Sound Frank Goodwin Sound Engineer
Directing Donna M. Norridge Script Supervisor
Production Shirley Miller Producer's Assistant

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