All Fall Down (1962) Movie Details

All Fall Down
Alex North , Franklin Milton
John Houseman Productions
1 hr 51 mins
Rating: 5.8/10 from 143 users

All Fall Down Movie Cast

Eva Marie Saint
as Echo O'Brien
Warren Beatty
as Berry-Berry Willart
Karl Malden
as Ralph Willart
Angela Lansbury
as Annabell Willart
Brandon De Wilde
as Clinton Willart
Constance Ford
as Mrs. Mandel
Barbara Baxley
as School Teacher
Evans Evans
as Hedy
Madame Spivy
as Bouncer
Albert Paulsen
as Capt. Ramirez
Robert Sorrells
Robert Sorrells as Waiter at Sweet Shop

All Fall Down Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : William Inge
Producer : John Houseman
Associate Producer : Ethel Winant
Original Music Composer :
Novel : James Leo Herlihy
Director of Photography : Lionel Lindon
Editor : Fredric Steinkamp
Costume Design : Dorothy Jeakins
Makeup Artist : William Tuttle
Hairstylist : Sydney Guilaroff
Recording Supervision : Franklin Milton
Visual Effects : Robert R. Hoag
Set Decoration : Henry Grace , George R. Nelson
Art Direction : E. Preston Ames , George W. Davis
Assistant Director : Hal W. Polaire

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All Fall Down

All Fall Down is a 1962 English Film stars Eva Marie Saint , John Frankenheimer , William Inge , Warren Beatty , Karl Malden , Angela Lansbury , Brandon De Wilde , Constance Ford , Barbara Baxley , Evans Evans , Madame Spivy , Albert Paulsen , Robert Sorrells , John Houseman , Ethel Winant , Alex North , James Leo Herlihy , Lionel Lindon , Fredric Steinkamp , Dorothy Jeakins , William Tuttle , Sydney Guilaroff , Franklin Milton , Robert R. Hoag , Henry Grace , George R. Nelson , E. Preston Ames , George W. Davis , Hal W. Polaire , directed by Hal W. Polaire & music by Franklin Milton.