Time Table aka Timetable 1956 Fim Noir Crime Drama Movie



Stars: Mark Stevens, King Calder, Felicia Farr, Marianne Stewart, Wesley Addy, Jack Klugman, Alan Reed
Directed by: Mark Stevens Screenplay by: Aben Kandel
Story by: Robert Angus Produced by: Mark Stevens

There are some familiar faces in this great Film Noir Crime Drama, including early roles for Wesley Addy and Jack Klugman, and from Alan Reed, who later became a household name as the voice of Fred Flintstone.

Felicia Farr had earlier appeared (as Randy Farr) in Big House, U.S.A. (1955).

It’s the first and only feature film of Mark Stevens’ own production company.

Alan Reed:
Character player Alan Reed was a strong, gruff, burly presence on ’40s and ’50s film and TV but he would be best remembered for his equally strong, gruff, distinctive voice on radio and TV. In 1960, he gave vocal life to the bombastic prehistoric cartoon character Fred Flintstone on the prime-time TV series The Flintstones (1960), the character being inspired by the Ralph Cramden husband on the popular earlier sitcom The Honeymooners (1955). It is this direct association that continues to keep his name alive today. Reed himself thought up and introduced the Flintstonian catchphrase “Yabba dabba doo!” (improvised from a script calling for Fred to say “Yahoo!”) for his beloved animated character to the delight of children everywhere.

Wesley Addy:
In 1951, the 38-year-old Addy made his film debut in the drama, The First Legion (1951), and would be seen from time to time throughout the decade in such dramatic fare as Scandal Sheet (1952), My Six Convicts (1952) and Time Table (1956). Some of his chillier roles came in films directed by Robert Aldrich, who utilized the actor quite often — Kiss Me Deadly (1955), The Big Knife (1955), The Garment Jungle (1957), Ten Seconds to Hell (1959) and the Grand Guignol classics, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) and Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964).

Cast:
Mark Stevens as Charlie Norman
King Calder as Joe Armstrong
Felicia Farr as Linda Bruckner
Marianne Stewart as Ruth Norman
Wesley Addy as Dr. Paul Bruckner
Alan Reed as Al Wolfe
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. as Lt. Castro (as Rudolpho Hoyos)
Jack Klugman as Frankie Page
John Marley as Bobik

Filming locations: California Studios – 5530 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Cinematography: Charles Van Enger
Edited by: Kenneth G. Crane
Music: Salud, Felicidad y Amor, Music by Walter Scharf, Lyrics by Jack Brooks
Production company: Mark Stevens Productions
Distributed by: United Artists
Release date: February 8, 1956 (United States)
Running time: 80 minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1 (4 : 3)
Country: United States
Language: English

Thanks to Wikipedia & IMDB for much of this information.

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