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The Creeper (1948)

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Running Time
1 hour, 4 minutes

Country USA

Production Companies
Bernard Small Productions (as Reliance Pictures Inc.)

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Other Titles
• The Creeper



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Genre: Horror


         

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 Directed by
Jean Yarbrough
The Devil Bat, Jack and the Beanstalk, The Naughty Nineties
 Written by
Maurice Tombragel
Motor Patrol
 Cast
Eduardo Ciannelli
Foreign Correspondent, Gunga Din, Houseboat
Onslow Stevens
Them!, House of Dracula, Angel on My Shoulder
June Vincent
Black Angel, The Streets of San Francisco, The Climax
Ralph Morgan
Song of the Thin Man, The Life of Emile Zola, The Kennel Murder Case
Janis Wilson
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, Watch on the Rhine
John Baragrey
The Fugitive Kind, Pardners, The Colossus of New York
Richard Lane
Take Me Out to the Ball Game, Hellzapoppin, Boom Town
[more]
 Music By
Milton Rosen
The Time of Their Lives, Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion, Cult of the Cobra



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