The Guy Who Came Back (1951) Movie Details

The Guy Who Came Back
English
Leigh Harline
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
(India)
1 hr 31 mins
4.2/10
Rating: 4.2/10 from 156 users

The Guy Who Came Back Movie Cast

Paul Douglas
as Harry Joplin
Joan Bennett
as Kathy Joplin
Linda Darnell
as Dee Shane
Don DeFore
as Gordon Towne
Billy Gray
as Willy Joplin
Zero Mostel
as Boots Mullins
Ruth McDevitt
as Grandma
Edmon Ryan
as Joe Demarcus
Walter Burke
as O'Mara
Henry Kulky
as Wizard, Wrestler

The Guy Who Came Back Crew List

Director :
Story : W.G. Fay
Screenplay : Allan Scott
Producer : Julian Blaustein
Original Music Composer :
Cinematography : Joseph LaShelle
Editor : William B. Murphy
Art Direction : Chester Gore , Lyle R. Wheeler
Set Decoration : Claude E. Carpenter , Thomas Little
Costume Design : Renié
Makeup Artist : Ben Nye
Assistant Director : Horace Hough
Director of Photography : Joseph LaShelle

The Guy Who Came Back International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
16-08-1951
India
16-08-1951

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Former football star Harry Joplin is down on his luck, both in his career and in his married life. He seems convinced of his own unworthiness, but a chance to play in a charity football game helps him see his life in a new light.

The Guy Who Came Back

The Guy Who Came Back is a 1951 English Film stars Joseph M. Newman , W.G. Fay , Allan Scott , Julian Blaustein , Leigh Harline , Joseph LaShelle , William B. Murphy , Chester Gore , Lyle R. Wheeler , Claude E. Carpenter , Thomas Little , Renié , Ben Nye , Horace Hough , Paul Douglas , Joan Bennett , Linda Darnell , Don DeFore , Billy Gray , Zero Mostel , Ruth McDevitt , Edmon Ryan , Walter Burke , Henry Kulky , Joseph LaShelle , directed by Horace Hough & music by Leigh Harline.