The Hanged Man (1964 film)
The Hanged Man is a 1964 American made-for-television crime drama film directed by Don Siegel, in which a gunman seeks to avenge the death of his friend, who he believes was murdered. It is considered the second television film in broadcast history. It debuted on NBC on November 18, 1964.
|The Hanged Man|
|Based on||Ride the Pink Horse novel by Dorothy B. Hughes|
|Written by||Jack Laird|
|Directed by||Don Siegel|
|Music by||Benny Carter|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||87 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Revue Studios|
|Distributor||NBC Universal Television Distribution|
|Original release||November 18, 1964|
- Robert Culp as Harry Pace
- Edmond O'Brien as Arnie Seeger
- Vera Miles as Lois Seeger
- Norman Fell as Gaylord Grebb
- Gene Raymond as Whitey Devlin
- J. Carrol Naish as Uncle Picaud
- Pat Buttram as Otis Honeywell
- Brenda Scott as Celine
- Edgar Bergen as Hotel Clerk
- Al Lettieri as Al
- Seymour Cassel as Bellboy
- Stan Getz as Himself
- Astrud Gilberto as Herself
- Archie Moore as Xavier
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