"Drango" is 1957 Drama/Western film directed by Hall Bartlett and Jules Bricken . Jeff Chandler is starring, alongside Joanne Dru, Julie London, Donald Crisp, Ronald Howard and John Lupton.
Who is the director of "Drango":
Drango was directed by Hall Bartlett and Jules Bricken.
Hall Bartlett was an American producer, screenwriter, writer, director, and actor. Before directing Drango, he had directed Unchained, released in 1955. Since, Hall Bartlett directed Zero Hour!, released in 1957, All the Young Men (1960), The Caretakers (1963), Jonathan Livingston Seagull (1973), The Children of Sanchez (1978).
Jules Bricken is an American producer, and director. After directing Drango, he directed Explosion, released in 1969.
Who is at the casting of "Drango":
At the casting of Drango we find Jeff Chandler, previously seen in The Tattered Dress (1957) and Away All Boats (1956); Joanne Dru (Hell on Frisco Bay (1955), The Dark Avenger (1955)); Julie London (The Girl Can't Help It (1956), The Great Man (1956)) [ more... ]
- Charles Horvath and Jeff Chandler, Parley Baer also worked together in Away All Boats, released in 1956.
- Katherine Warren and Jeff Chandler, Morris Ankrum can be seen in Son of Ali Baba, released in 1952.
- Charles Horvath and Jeff Chandler, Morris Ankrum also worked together in Taza, Son of Cochise, released in 1954.
- Morris Ankrum and Walter Sande, Milburn Stone can also be seen in Invaders from Mars, released in 1953.
- Jeff Chandler, Charles Horvath and Anthony Jochim also appeared together in Sign of the Pagan, released in 1954.
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