The Man Who Dared

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The Man Who Dared is a 1946 film directed by John Sturges. It tells the story of a reporter who concocts a false case so as to get himself convicted for first degree murder. He does this to prove that the death sentence can be given based on circumstantial... read more

The Man Who Dared is a 1946 film directed by John Sturges. It tells the story of a reporter who concocts a false case so as to get himself convicted for first degree murder. He does this to prove that the death sentence can be given based on circumstantial evidence and that it be done away with.

Original Release

05/30/1946

US Release

05/30/1946

Cast

Leslie Brooks Lorna Claibourne
George Macready Donald Wayne
Forrest Tucker Larry James
Charles D. Brown Dist. Atty. Darrell Tyson / D. A. Darrell Tyson
Warren Mills Felix
Richard Hale Reginald Fogg
Charles Evans Judge
Trevor Bardette Police Sgt. Arthur Landis
William Newell Police Sgt. Clay
Harry Anderson Policeman
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

John Sturges

Writers

Edward Bock, Malcolm Stuart Boylan, Maxwell Shane, Alex Gottlieb

Cast

Leslie Brooks Lorna Claibourne
George Macready Donald Wayne
Forrest Tucker Larry James
Charles D. Brown Dist. Atty. Darrell Tyson / D. A. Darrell Tyson
Warren Mills Felix
Richard Hale Reginald Fogg
Charles Evans Judge
Trevor Bardette Police Sgt. Arthur Landis
William Newell Police Sgt. Clay
Harry Anderson Policeman
Jessie Arnold Nurse
Phil Arnold Turnkey
Brooks Benedict Henchman Bones
Ralph Dunn Policeman John Ferris
Art Gilmore Radio Announcer
Doris Houck Sibyl Wilson
Tom Kingston Shargis
George Lloyd Court Guard
Margaret McWade Mrs. Cheever
Pat O'Malley Court Clerk

Producers

Editors

Charles Nelson

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