Alias Nick Beal

No man ever held more terrible power over women than this tall dark handsome stranger from nowhere!

Category: Fantasy
After straight-arrow district attorney Joseph Foster says in frustration that he would sell his soul to bring down a local mob boss, a smooth-talking stranger named Nick Beal shows up with enough evidence to seal a conviction. When that success leads Foster to run for governor, Beal's unearthly hold on him turns the previously honest man corrupt, much to the displeasure of his wife and his steadfast minister.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1949-03-04
Run time: 93 minute / 1:33
Director: John Farrow
Writer: Jonathan Latimer
Production Company : Paramount
Production Country: United States of America


Ray Milland
as Nick Beal
Audrey Totter
as Donna Allen
Thomas Mitchell
as Joseph Foster
George Macready
as Thomas Garfield
Fred Clark
as Frankie Faulkner
Geraldine Wall
as Martha Foster
Henry O'Neill
as Judge Ben Hobbs
Darryl Hickman
as Larry Price
Nestor Paiva
as Karl
King Donovan
as Peter Wolfe
Charles Evans
as Paul Norton
Ernö Verebes
as Mr. Cox
Douglas Spencer
as Henry T. Finch
Arlene Jenkins
as Aileen
Pepito Pérez
as Poster Man
Joey Ray
as Tommy Ray
Leon Alton
as Supporter
Edward Biby
as Party Guest
Danny Borzage
as Accordionist
James Burke
as Bum
James Carlisle
as Man at Press Conference
Helen Chapman
as Stenographer
James Conaty
as Man at Press Conference
Frank Darien
as Assistant Tailor
James Dime
as Barfly
Ray Dolciame
as Tony
Lester Dorr
as Commercial Fisherman
Jimmie Dundee
as Tough Politician
Franklyn Farnum
as Supporter
Julia Faye
as Reformer
Al Ferguson
as Pedestrian
Charles Flickinger
as Page Boy
Bess Flowers
as Woman at Press Conference
Maxine Gates
as Josie
Everett Glass
as Party Guest
Dick Gordon
as Man at Press Conference
Herschel Graham
as Campaign Worker
Theresa Harris
as Opal
Percy Helton
as Lawyer
Stuart Holmes
as Minister
Jerry James
as Phone Worker
Richard Kipling
as Reformer
Ethan Laidlaw
as Commercial Fisherman
Orley Lindgren
as Boy Who Brings Note
Alyn Lockwood
as Woman in China Coast Cafe
Frank Mayo
as Committee Man
Russell Meeker
as Supporter
Harold Miller
as Man at Press Conference
Howard M. Mitchell
as Committee Man
Ralph Montgomery
as Pedestrian
Frances Morris
as Reformer
Richard Neill
as Supporter
Monty O'Grady
as Campaign Worker
Pat O'Malley
as Committee Man
Steve Pendleton
as Det. Sgt. Hill
Pat Phelan
as Photographer
Elaine Riley
as Telephone Woman at Mitchell's Election HQ
Jean Ruth
as Adding Machine Worker
John Shay
as Assistant District Attorney
John Sheehan
as Reformer
Don Shelton
as Banker
Charles Sherlock
as Campaign Worker
Billy Snyder
as Politician
Cap Somers
as Campaign Worker
Robert R. Stephenson
as Truck Driver
Bert Stevens
as Supporter
Sid Tomack
as Bartender
Philip Van Zandt
as Watchman
Harold Vermilyea
as Chief Justice
Joe Whitehead
as Minister
Franz Waxman Original Music Composer

Sam Comer Set Decoration

Costume & Make-Up
Wally Westmore Makeup Supervisor

Hans Dreier Art Direction

Leonid Raab Orchestrator

Franz Bachelin Art Direction

Gene Garvin Sound

Lionel Lindon Director of Photography

Sidney Cutner Orchestrator

Costume & Make-Up
Ted Larsen Makeup Artist

George Parrish Orchestrator

Eda Warren Editor
Eda Warren Supervising Editor

John Farrow Director

Van Cleave Orchestrator

Jonathan Latimer Screenplay

Endre Bohem Producer

Mindret Lord Story

Ross Dowd Set Decoration

Francisco Day Assistant Director

Costume & Make-Up
Mary Kay Dodson Costume Designer
Gale McGarry Hairstylist

Philip Wisdom Sound

Costume & Make-Up
Merle Reeves Hairstylist

William Rand Camera Operator

Stanley Goldsmith Production Manager

Charles Morton Script Supervisor

Stanley Williams Gaffer

John L. Murphy Production Manager

Charles Sickler Grip
Ed Henderson Still Photographer

Costume & Make-Up
Delven Armstrong Makeup Artist

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