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Cape Fear


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Gregory Peck
Robert Mitchum.
Max Cady is out! After sight years in prison all he wants is revenge on Sam Bowden , the small-town lawyer who got him convicted. Revenge at any cost, the more violent the better.
And for Sam Bowden , his wife and young daughter, the worst of terrors is just beginning.
Screenplay by JAMES R. WEBB from the novel The Executioners by JOHN D MCDONALD
Produced by SY BARTLETT
Directed by J. LEE THOMPSON
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Unknown: Gregory Peck
Unknown: Robert Mitchum.
Unknown: Max Cady
Unknown: Sam Bowden
Unknown: Sam Bowden
Unknown: James R. Webb
Produced By: Sy Bartlett
Directed By: J. Lee Thompson
Sam Bowden: Gregory Peck
Max Cady: Robert Mitchum
Peggy Bowden: Polly Bergen
Nancy Bowden: Lori Martin
Mark Dutton: Martin Balsam
Dave Grafton: Jack Kruschen
Charles Sievers: Telly Savalas
Diane Taylor: Barrie Chase
Garner: Paul Comi
Officer Marconi: John McKee
Deputy Kersek: Page Slattery
Officer Brown: Ward Ramsey
Judge: Edward Platt
Dr Pearsall: Will Wright

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