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Film Matinee: Lone Star


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The first in a season of films starring the ' King of Hollywood' Clark Gable with Ava Gardner , Broderick Crawford Lionel Barrymore , Beulah Bondi
1845: Texas is torn by internal conflict between those wishing to join the USA and those who want to remain independent. Devereaux Burke is sent to persuade General Sam Houston to make Texas part of the American nation:
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Unknown: Clark Gable
Unknown: Ava Gardner
Unknown: Broderick Crawford
Unknown: Lionel Barrymore
Unknown: Beulah Bondi
Unknown: Devereaux Burke
Unknown: Sam Houston
Director: Vincent Sherman
Devereaux Burke: Clark Gable
Martha Ronda: Ava Gardner
Thomas Craden: Broderick Crawford
Andrew Jackson: Lionel Barrymore
Minniver Bryan: Beulah Bondi
Anthony Demmet: Ed Begley
Luther Kilgore: James Burke
Tom Crockett: William Farnum
Sam Houston: Moroni Olsbn
Maynard Cole: Russell Simpson

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Film Matinee: Lone Star

BBC One London, 11 January 1976 13.55

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