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Who is Alan Manson?
Alan Manson was an actor and a soldier.
- also known as Sgt. Alan Manson, Allen Manson, Allan Manson
- born on (97 years ago) in Brooklyn
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor, soldier
- died on (13 years ago) in Queens of natural causes
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by S. Torriano Berry, Venise T. Berry
Mosley, Paul Benjamin, Madge Sinclair, Alan Manson, Albert Hall, Art Evans, James Brodhead, John Henry Faulk, Vivian Bonnell, Dana Manno, Lynn Hamilton, Loretta Greene, Valerie Odell, Rozaa Jean. Director: Gordon ...
by James M. Welsh, Gene D. Phillips, Rodney F. Hill
Alan Manson (Lou), Robert Modica (Vinny). RUNNING TIME: IOI minutes. Technicolor. PREMIERE: August 27, I969.
by Stanley Green
• "South American Way" Harry Clark, Chandler Cowles, George Hall, and Alan Manson — introduced it in a servicemen's canteen scene. It was also sung in London by Pat Kirkwood in Starlight Roof (1947). "South American Way," Music ...
by Vincent Terrace
Julius V Hickey Jack Weston Phyllis Liberty Williams Netty Beverly Sanders Willie Malcolm Atterbury Dr McCaffery Jack Gilford Taggart Alan Manson Mrs Neilson Jessamine Milner Producer: Marc Merson Director: Alan Alda Writer: Alan Alda ...
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
Alan Manson ( Dorker) P: Charles B. Moss Jr. D: John Hancock SCR: Norman Jonas & Ralph Rose PHOTOG: Bob Baldwin MUSIC: Orville ...
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