For Whom the Bell Tolls

Thunderous! Tender! Touching!

Categories: Drama, History, Romance, Thriller, Adventure, War
Spain in the 1930s is the place to be for a man of action like Robert Jordan. There is a civil war going on and Jordan—who has joined up on the side that appeals most to idealists of that era—has been given a high-risk assignment up in the mountains. He awaits the right time to blow up a crucial bridge in order to halt the enemy's progress
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1943-07-12
Run time: 170 minute / 2:50
Budget: $3,000,000
Director: Sam Wood
Writer: Dudley Nichols
Production Company : Paramount
Production Country: United States of America





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Gary Cooper
as Robert Jordan
Ingrid Bergman
as Maria
Akim Tamiroff
as Pablo
Arturo de Córdova
as Agustín (as Arturo de Cordova)
Vladimir Sokoloff
as Anselmo
Mikhail Rasumny
as Rafael
Fortunio Bonanova
as Fernando
Eric Feldary
as Andres
Victor Varconi
as Primitivo
Katina Paxinou
as Pilar
Joseph Calleia
as El Sordo
Lilo Yarson
as Joaquin
Alexander Granach
as Paco
Adia Kuznetzoff
as Gustavo
Leonid Snegoff
as Ignacio
Leo Bulgakov
as General Golz
Duncan Renaldo
as Lt. Berrendo
Frank Puglia
as Captain Gomez
Pedro de Cordoba
as Colonel Miranda
Michael Visaroff
as Staff Officer
Martín Garralaga
as Captain Mora
Jean Del Val
as The Sniper
John Mylong
as Colonel Duval
Feodor Chaliapin Jr.
as Kashkin
Yvonne De Carlo
as Girl in Cafe (uncredited)
Maxine Ardell
as Cafe Girl
Samuel Azteca
as Soldier with Bayonet
Eumenio Blanco
as Townsman
John Bleifer
as Peasant Who Flails González
Dick Botiller
as Sergeant - Elias' Man
Yakima Canutt
as Young Cavalryman
Eduardo Ciannelli
Harry Cording
as Man Who Flails the Mayor
Franco Corsaro
as Elias' Man
George Coulouris
as André Massart
Michael Dalmatoff
as Mayor Benito García
Marjorie Deanne
as Cafe Girl
Jack Deery
as Cafe Patron
William Edmunds
as Soldier #1
Joe Gilbert
as Cafe Patron
Lynda Grey
as Cafe Girl
Soledad Jiménez
as Guillermo's Wife
Chris King
as Cafe Girl
Alice Kirby
as Cafe Girl
Louise La Planche
as Cafe Girl
Frank Lackteen
as Elias' Man
Manuel López
as Civil Guard
Ernesto Molinari
as Civil Guard
Alberto Morin
as Soldier #2
Mayo Newhall
as Ricardo
Emilio Ortego
as Soldier with Bayonet
Manuel París
as Officer of Civil Guards Shot by Pablo
Marcella Phillips
as Cafe Girl
Pedro Regas
as Soldier #3
Tito Renaldo
as Young Sentry from Anselmo's Village
Nadine Riga
as Woman
Luis Rojas
as Drunkard Who Flails Guillermo
Armand Roland
as Julian
Konstantin Shayne
as Karkov
George Sorel
as Bored Sentry Reading Newspaper
Count Stefenelli
as Cafe Patron
Robert Tafur
as Faustino Rivero
José Luis Tortosa
as Civil Guard
Trina Varella
as Spanish Singer
Blanca Vischer
as Spanish girl who salutes Robert Jordan at the beginning in the Cafe.
Antonio Molina
as Guillermo
Costume & Make-Up
Wally Westmore Makeup Artist

Art
Hans Dreier Art Direction

Sound
Harold Lewis Sound Recordist

Crew
Gordon Jennings Special Effects

Art
William Cameron Menzies Production Design

Writing
Dudley Nichols Screenplay

Production
Buddy G. DeSylva Executive Producer

Art
Bertram C. Granger Set Decoration

Sound
Victor Young Original Music Composer
Leo Shuken Orchestrator

Camera
Ray Rennahan Director of Photography

Sound
George Parrish Orchestrator

Writing
Ernest Hemingway Novel

Editing
John F. Link Sr. Editor

Directing
Sam Wood Director

Production
Sam Wood Producer

Editing
Sherman Todd Editor

Art
Haldane Douglas Art Direction

Sound
Don Johnson Sound Recordist

Crew
Jan Domela Special Effects
Irmin Roberts Special Effects

Art
Robert McCrellis Props

Camera
James Grant Assistant Camera

Directing
Clem Jones Second Assistant Director

Costume & Make-Up
LeVaughn Larson Wardrobe Master
Pat Williams Wardrobe Designer

Production
Norman Lacey Location Manager

Art
Jack Colconda Props

Costume & Make-Up
Fred Starns Wardrobe Master





















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