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*[[John Banner]] - King of Moab
 
*[[John Banner]] - King of Moab
 
*[[Adelina Pedroza]] - Iduma
 
*[[Adelina Pedroza]] - Iduma
*[[Daphne Einhorn]] - Tebah
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*Daphne Einhorn - Tebah
 
*[[Sara Taft]] - Eska
 
*[[Sara Taft]] - Eska
 
*[[Jean Inness]] - Hagah
 
*[[Jean Inness]] - Hagah
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*[[Milton Frome]] - Official (uncredited)
 
*[[Milton Frome]] - Official (uncredited)
 
*[[Kelton Garwood]] - Kemuel (uncredited)
 
*[[Kelton Garwood]] - Kemuel (uncredited)
*[[Peter Graham]] - Reaper (uncredited)
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*Peter Graham - Reaper (uncredited)
 
*[[Leonard Graves]] - Reaper (uncredited)
 
*[[Leonard Graves]] - Reaper (uncredited)
 
*[[Maria Haro]] - Citizen (uncredited)
 
*[[Maria Haro]] - Citizen (uncredited)
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*[[Tony Urchel]] - Slave (uncredited)
 
*[[Tony Urchel]] - Slave (uncredited)
 
*[[Bruno VeSota]] - Official (uncredited)
 
*[[Bruno VeSota]] - Official (uncredited)
*[[Frank Vespia]] - Reaper (uncredited)
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*Frank Vespia - Reaper (uncredited)
 
*[[Charles Wagenheim]] - Ruth's Father (uncredited)
 
*[[Charles Wagenheim]] - Ruth's Father (uncredited)
 
*[[Doris Wiss]] - Rectress (uncredited)
 
*[[Doris Wiss]] - Rectress (uncredited)

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The Story of RuthEdit

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1960, directed by Henry Koster

(IMDB Link) IMDB Summary: Inspired by the scriptural tale. Moabitess priestess Ruth is drawn both to a Judean man and to his talk of a forgiving God. After tragedy strikes, she begins a new life in Bethlehem.

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