Kim Charney

Kim Charney


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Suddenly (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Nothing Wrong Yet At this point, as far as we know Baron (Frank Sinatra) and posse (Paul Frees, Christopher Dark) might be legitimate, as they visit Ellen (Nancy Gates), son Pidge (Kim Carney) and Pops (James Gleason) before a still-secret presidential visit to a California town called Suddenly, 1954.
Suddenly (1954) -- (Movie Clip) She Doesn't Like Guns Opening scene, Sterling Hayden is Tod, the sheriff, Pidge (Kim Charney) the son of widowed Ellen (Nancy Gates) of whom, we learn, the sheriff is enamored, in a small California town for which the movie is named, Suddenly, the 1954 assassination drama co-starring Frank Sinatra.
How The West Was Won (1962) -- (Movie Clip) In The Spirit Of Your Forefathers Trapper Rawlings (James Stewart) is planning revenge on merchant bandit Hawkins (Walter Brennan) and crew, even as he’s fleecing bible beating Prescott (Karl Malden) and his clan (Agnes Moorehead, Debbie Reynolds, Carroll Baker et al), mayhem ensuing, in director Henry Hathaway’s segment of How The West Was Won, 1962.
Suddenly (1954) -- (Movie Clip) You're A Careful Man In the town for which the movie is named, Sheriff Shaw (Sterling Hayden), who’s just heard of the imminent presidential visit, greets Carney (Willis Bouchey), who finds out his old partner Pops (James Gleason), lives up on the hill with his family (Nancy Gates, Kim Charney) in Suddenly, 1954.
Suddenly (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Your Guts Are Showing Assassin Baron (Frank Sinatra) and crew (Paul Frees, Christopher Dark) have dropped their FBI cover, after killing a secret service agent and wounding the sheriff (Sterling Hayden), now a hostage along with Ellen, Pops and Pidge (Nancy Gates, Kim Charney, James Gleason), in Suddenly, 1954.