Directed by: Charles Marquis Warren, USA, 1952

USA, 1952

Cast and Credits

Director Charles Marquis Warren
Scenario Charles Marquis Warren
Story Charles Marquis Warren
Cast Sterling Hayden [Gilman S. Hanley]
Joan Leslie [Ellen Hanley]
Ward Bond [Lt. Tod Voorhees]
James Arness [George Redfield]
Peter Coe [Jumper Hall]
John Pickard [Gundy Boyd]
Robert J. Wilke [Sgt. Maj. Kearn (as Robert Wilkie)]
James Anderson [Vern Brechene (as Kyle James)]
Marshall Bradford [Dr. Pelham]
Patricia Coleman [Hunchy]
Richard Emory [Dan Mott]
William Hamel [Lt. Col. Woods (as William R. Hamel)]
Rory Mallinson [Banta]
Dick Paxton [George Nye (as Richard Paxton)]
Sheb Wooley [Neill Price]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: ,
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: September 5, 1952 in USA

General Information

Hellgate is a motion picture produced in the year 1952 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Charles Marquis Warren, with Sterling Hayden, Joan Leslie, Ward Bond, James Arness, Peter Coe, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Hellgate available.

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