All the King's Men

Category: Drama
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.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1949-11-16
Run time: 109 minute / 1:49
Director: Robert Rossen
Writer: Robert Rossen
Production Company : Columbia Pictures
Production Country: United States of America





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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 (Uncredited)
Chet Brandenburg
as Man Listening to Speech (Uncredited)
Wheaton Chambers
as Senator (Uncredited)
Stephen Chase
as Puckett (Uncredited)
Tom Coleman
as Man Tearing Down Poster (Uncredited)
James Conaty
as Party Guest (Uncredited)
Roy Darmour
as Politician at Harrison's Headquarters (Uncredited)
Earle S. Dewey
as Joe Harrison (Uncredited)
King Donovan
as Reporter (Uncredited)
Robert Filmer
as Editor (Uncredited)
Paul Ford
as Spokesman for Impeachment (Uncredited)
Dick Gordon
as Politician (Uncredited)
William E. Green
as Senator (Uncredited)
Charles Haefeli
as Man in Cheap Bar (Uncredited)
Frank Hagney
as Stark Strong-Arm Man (Uncredited)
Richard Hale
as Richard Hale (Uncredited)
Bert Hanlon
as Editor (Uncredited)
Judd Holdren
as Politician (Uncredited)
Robert Karnes
as Legislator (Uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp
as Legislator (Uncredited)
Donald Kerr
as Spectator (Uncredited)
Nolan Leary
as Senator (Uncredited)
Wilbur Mack
as Former Governor Stanton (Uncredited)
Louis Mason
as Minister (Uncredited)
Paul Maxey
as Local Chairman (Uncredited)
Frank McLure
as Doctor (Uncredited)
Walter Merrill
as Man in City Bar (Uncredited)
Harold Miller
as Speaker of the House (Uncredited)
John "Skins" Miller
as Drunk at Football Game (Uncredited)
Pat O'Malley
as Politician (Uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre
as Party Guest (Uncredited)
Charles Sherlock
as Politician at Harrison's Headquarters (Uncredited)
Ray Spiker
as Farmer Listing to Speech (Uncredited)
Helene Stanley
as Helene Hale (Uncredited)
Larry Steers
as Man at Impeachment Hearing (Uncredited)
Houseley Stevenson
as Madison, Editor (Uncredited)
Charles Sullivan
as Man Listening to Speech (Uncredited)
William Tannen
as Man in City Bar (Uncredited)
Phil Tully
as Football Coach (Uncredited)
Glen Walters
as Woman Listening to Speech (Uncredited)
Frank Wilcox
as Public Relations Man (Uncredited)
Harry Wilson
as One of Duffy's Goons (Uncredited)
Bill Wolfe
as Farmer (Uncredited)
Al Wyatt Sr.
as State Trooper (Uncredited)
Sam Harris
as Politician (Uncredited)
Charles Ferguson
as Newspaper Office Worker (Uncredited)
Richard Bartell
as State Legislator (Uncredited)
Mary Bear
as File Clerk (Uncredited)
William Bruce
as Commissioner (Uncredited)
Edwin Chandler
as Radio Announcer (Uncredited)
William Cottrell
as Reporter (Uncredited)
Jack Deery
as Man at Impeachment Hearing (Uncredited)
George Farmer
as Bus Man (Uncredited)
Tom Ferrandini
as Politician (Uncredited)
Ted French
as Dance Caller (Uncredited)
Slim Gaut
as Man Listening to Speech (Uncredited)
John Giles
as Young Boy (Uncredited)
Avery Graves
as Senator (Uncredited)
Jimmie Horan
as Man Listening to Speech (Uncredited)
James Linn
as Politician (Uncredited)
H.C. Miller
as Pa Stark (Uncredited)
Truett Myers
as Minister at Funeral (Uncredited)
Frank O'Connor
as Party Guest (Uncredited)
Sammy Shack
as Duffy Associate (Uncredited)
Irving Smith
as Butler (Uncredited)
George Taylor
as Politician (Uncredited)
Al Thompson
as Man in Cheap Bar (Uncredited)
Glen Thompson
as State Trooper (Uncredited)
A.C. Tillman
as Sheriff (Uncredited)
Reba Waterson
as Receptionist (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
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
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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