Alias Nick Beal (1949) Movie Details

Alias Nick Beal
English
John Farrow
Franz Waxman
Paramount Pictures
(India)
1 hr 33 mins
4.2/10
Rating: 4.2/10 from 122 users

Alias Nick Beal Movie Cast

Ray Milland
as Nicholas 'Nick' Beal
Audrey Totter
as Donna Allen
Thomas Mitchell
as Joseph Foster
George Macready
as Rev. Thomas Garfield
Fred Clark
as Frankie Faulkner
Geraldine Wall
as Martha Foster
Henry O'Neill
as Judge Ben Hobbs
Darryl Hickman
as Larry Price
Nestor Paiva
as Karl
King Donovan
as Peter Wolfe
Charles Evans
as Paul Norton
Ernö Verebes
as Mr. Cox, the Tailor
Arlene Jenkins
Arlene Jenkins as Aileen
Pepito Pérez
Pepito Pérez as Poster Man
Joey Ray
Joey Ray as Tommy Ray
Joey Ray
Joey Ray as Tommy Ray
Theresa Harris
Theresa Harris as Opal

Alias Nick Beal Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : Jonathan Latimer
Story : Mindret Lord
Producer : Endre Bohem
Original Music Composer :
Cinematography : Lionel Lindon
Editor : Eda Warren
Director of Photography : Lionel Lindon

Alias Nick Beal International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
04-03-1949
India
04-03-1949

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Alias Nick Beal is a 1949 fantasy film retelling of the Faust myth. In this version, a judge sells his soul to the devil.

Alias Nick Beal

Alias Nick Beal is a 1949 English Film stars Ray Milland , John Farrow , Jonathan Latimer , Mindret Lord , Endre Bohem , Franz Waxman , Lionel Lindon , Eda Warren , Audrey Totter , Thomas Mitchell , George Macready , Fred Clark , Geraldine Wall , Henry O'Neill , Darryl Hickman , Nestor Paiva , King Donovan , Charles Evans , Ernö Verebes , Arlene Jenkins , Pepito Pérez , Joey Ray , Joey Ray , Theresa Harris , Lionel Lindon , directed by John Farrow & music by Franz Waxman.