Harbor Lights

(1963)
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Overview

Professional gambler Dan Crown arrives in San Juan to visit his brother Alex, only to learn from the police that Alex has been found murdered. To Captain Acosta's questioning, Dan answers that he had no knowledge of his brother's affairs. Dan then finds Gina Rosario searching his hotel room, and together they begin to investigate Alex's death.

  1. Maury Dexter

    Director

  2. Harry Spalding

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Kent Taylor

    Kent Taylor

    Dan Crown

  2. Miriam Colón

    Miriam Colón

    Gina Rosario

  3. Antonio Torres Martinó

    Captain Acosta

  4. Jeff Morrow

    Jeff Morrow

    Cardinal

  5. José de San Antón

    Father Riva

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Harbor Lights

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Status Released

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  • July 1, 1963
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 8m

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