The Brute Man (1946) Movie Details

The Brute Man
The Brute Man
English
Jean Yarbrough , Ralph Slosser
Joe Lapis
Universal Pictures
(India)
0 hr 58 mins
6.4/10
Rating: 6.4/10 from 149 users

The Brute Man Movie Cast

Rondo Hatton
as Hal Moffet AKA 'The Creeper'
Tom Neal
as Clifford Scott
Jan Wiley
as Virginia Rogers Scott
Jane Adams
as Helen Paige
Donald MacBride
as Police Captain M. J. Donelly
Peter Whitney
as Police Lieutenant Gates
Fred Coby
as Young Hal Moffet
Janelle Johnson Dolenz
Janelle Johnson Dolenz as Joan Bemis (as Ja Nelle Johnson)

The Brute Man Crew List

Director :
Story : Dwight V. Babcock
Writer : George Bricker , M. Coates Webster
Producer : Ben Pivar
Director of Photography : Maury Gertsman
Editor : Philip Cahn
Art Direction : John B. Goodman , Abraham Grossman
Set Decoration : Russell A. Gausman , Edward R. Robinson
Hairstylist : Carmen Dirigo
Makeup Artist : Jack P. Pierce
Assistant Director : Ralph Slosser
Sound Engineer : Joe Lapis
Costume Design : Vera West

The Brute Man International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
01-10-1946
India
01-10-1946

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The Brute Man

The Brute Man is a 1946 English Film stars Rondo Hatton , Jean Yarbrough , Tom Neal , Jan Wiley , Jane Adams , Donald MacBride , Peter Whitney , Fred Coby , Janelle Johnson Dolenz , Dwight V. Babcock , George Bricker , M. Coates Webster , Ben Pivar , Maury Gertsman , Philip Cahn , John B. Goodman , Abraham Grossman , Russell A. Gausman , Edward R. Robinson , Carmen Dirigo , Jack P. Pierce , Ralph Slosser , Joe Lapis , Vera West , directed by Ralph Slosser & music by Joe Lapis.