The Mississippi Gambler

The Mississippi Gambler

Director: Rudolph Maté Cast: Tyrone Power, Piper Laurie, Julie Adams

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Overview

1953's The Mississippi Gambler was the third Universal Studios film to bear this title--though with a different plot each time. Tyrone Power plays an all-around adventurer who cuts quite a swath through antebellum New Orleans. In between scenes of gambling, fist-fighting and swordplay, Power woos Piper Laurie, who chooses to marry wealthy Ron Randell; in turn, Power is wooed by Julie Adams, whose ardor is not reciprocated. The climax finds Power in a card table showdown with Ms. Laurie's ill-tempered brother John Baer. Mississippi Gambler is consistently good to look at, even when the storyline threatens to snap under the pressure.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/01/2014
UPC: 0025192235856
Original Release: 1953
Source: Universal Mod
Time: 1:39:00
Sales rank: 20,387

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tyrone Power Mark Fallon
Piper Laurie Angelique Duroux
Julie Adams Ann Conant
John McIntire Kansas John Polly
Paul Cavanagh Edmund Duroux
William Reynolds Pierre
John Baer Laurent Duroux
Ron Randell George Elwood
Ralph Dumke Caldwell
Robert Warwick Gov. Paul O'Monet
Guy Williams Andre
Jack Del Rio Actor
Anita Ekberg Bridesmaid
Roy Engel Captain of The Cultana
George Hamilton Elwood Butler
Paul Kruger Actor
Dayton Lummis Sanford
John O'Connor Actor
Buddy Roosevelt Actor
Jon Shepodd Actor
Robert Strong Actor
Jon-Mikl Thor Captain
William Vedder Minister
Gwen Verdon Voodoo Dancer
Bill Walker Duroux Butler
Michael Dale Actor
Dorothy Bruce Actor
Saul Martell Tailor
Hugh Beaumont Kennerly
Paul Bradley Gambler
Fred Cavens Emile
Marcel dela Brosse Maitre d'
Alan Dexter Man
King Donovan Spud
Edward Earle Duroux Lawyer
J. Anthony Hughes Teller
Renate Huy Bridesmaid
Bert LeBaron Henchman
Jackie Loughery Bridesmaid
David Newell Helmsman
Rolfe Sedan Tailor
Angela Stevens Girl
Maya Van Horn Mme. Lesanne
Dale Van Sickel Henchman
Dennis Weaver Julian Conant
Frank Wilcox Judge
Al Wyatt Henchman

Technical Credits
Rudolph Maté Director
Alexander Golitzen Art Director
Edward A. Curtiss Editor
Russell A. Gausman Set Decoration/Design
Irving Glassberg Cinematographer
Julia Heron Set Decoration/Design
Seton Miller Screenwriter
Ted Richmond Producer
Richard H. Riedel Art Director
Frank Skinner Score Composer
Bill Thomas Costumes/Costume Designer
Gwen Verdon Choreography

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