E. G. Marshall

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United States actor (1914-1998)


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But when their General Shinner (E.G. Marshall) arrives on the bluff above Remagen and sees that the bridge remains intact, he decides it makes more sense to capture it.
Starring Martin Balsam, Soh Yamamura, Jason Robards, Joseph Cotten, Tatsuya Mihashi, and E.G. Marshall. 1970, color, 143 minutes, rated PG.
Bratton (E.G. Marshall) deduce from decrypted Japanese intercepts that an attack is imminent, but inept bureaucrats send a warning telegram to Kimmel via ordinary civilian channels.
The production, directed by Herbert Berghof and starring E.G. Marshall and Bert Lahr, runs 59 performances.
With Gene Hackman, Laura Linney, Judy Davis, Scott Glenn, Dennis Haysbert, E.G. Marshall, Melora Hardin, Richard Jenkins.
permanently in 1949 and made his television debut with E.G. Marshall on "Kraft Playhouse."
Angry but restained teledrama with Alfre Woodard, Laurence Fishburne, Craig Sheffer, Joe Morton, Von Coulter, Obba Babatund, Thom Gosson Jr, Ossie Davis, E.G. Marshall, Peter Stelzer and Donzaleigh Abernathy.
His firm represented Denzel Washington, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, Alan King, E.G. Marshall, George C.
John Hale E.G. Marshall Elizabeth Proctor Beatrice Straight Francis Nurse Graham Velsey Ezekiel Cheever Don McHenry John Willard George Mitchell Judge Hawthorne Philip Coolidge Deputy-Gov.
Stevens Pat MeGloin Al McGranary Willie Oban E.G. Marshall Joe Mort John Marriott Piet Wetjoen Frank Tweddell Cecil Lewis Nicholas Joy James Cameron Russell Collins Hugo Kalmar Leo Chalzel Larry Slade Carl Benton Reid Rocky Pioggi Tom Pedi Dan Parritt Paul Crabtree Pearl Ruth Gilbert Margie Jeanne Cagney Cora Marcella Markham Chuck Morello Joe Marr Theodore Hickman James Barton Moran Michael Wyler Lieb Charles Hart 1956 REVIVAL
The result is a thrilling compendium of five nasty tales, starring E.G. Marshall, Ted Danson and Hal Holbrook (1982)
E.G. Marshall, two-time Emmy winner for the TV series "The Defenders," died Aug.
Cast: Alfre Woodard, Laurence Fishburne, Craig Sheffer, Joe Morton, Obba Babatunde, E.G. Marshall, Ossie Davis.
Luther Whitney Clint Eastwood President Alan Richmond Gene Hackman Seth Frank Ed Harris Kate Whitney Laura Linney Gloria Russell Judy Davis Bill Burton Scott Glenn Tim Collin Dennis Haysbert Walter Sullivan E.G. Marshall Christy Sullivan Melora Hardin Absolute Power" is a high-toned potboiler, a reasonably engrossing and entertaining suspenser for most of its running lime, but one that is undercut by too many coincidences and some whoppingly far-fetched developments in the home stretch.