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Two-part story--the first is about a washed-up Broadway actor and his tough daughter, who is a bigger star than he is; the second is about a literary agent whose newest client--a nine-year-old boy--is the author of a borderline pornographic book.

  1. Lee Garmes

    Director

  2. Ben Hecht

    Director

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  1. Edward G. Robinson

    Edward G. Robinson

    Maurice Tillayou (Actor's Blood sequence)

  2. Eddie Albert

    Eddie Albert

    Orlando Higgens (segment "Woman of Sin")

  3. Marsha Hunt

    Marsha Hunt

    Marcia Tillayou (Actor's Blood sequence)

  4. Alan Reed

    Alan Reed

    Jerome (J.B.) Cobb (Woman of Sin sequence)

  5. Dan O'Herlihy

    Dan O'Herlihy

    Alfred O'Shea / Narrator (Actor's Blood sequence)

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Actors and Sin

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Status Released

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  • June 18, 1952
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 22m

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