The Murder Men (film)
|The Murder Men|
|Directed by||John Peyser|
|Written by||Mel Goldberg|
|Starring||Peter Mark Richman
The Murder Men (later presented as an episode of the TV show Cain's Hundred which was called Blues for a Junkman, in 1962) is a 1961 television film starring Peter Mark Richman, James Coburn, and Dorothy Dandridge.
Peter Mark Richman as Nick Cain
James Coburn as Arthur Troy
Dorothy Dandridge as Norma Sherman (archive footage)
Joe Mantell (archive footage)
Ivan Dixon (archive footage)
Edward Asner as Dave Keller (archive footage)
One commentator called Dorothy Dandridge's role in this film "one of (her) most interesting late performances".  This was her last film.
- Aberjhani; Sandra L. West (2003). "Dorothy Dandridge". Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance. Infobase. pp. 81–82. Retrieved February 9, 2011.
- Gwendolyn Audrey Foster (1999). Captive bodies: postcolonial subjectivity in cinema. SUNY press. p. 184. Retrieved February 9, 2011.
- Foster, page 184