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Man in the Wilderness (24-Nov-1971)

Director: Richard C. Sarafian

Writer: Jack DeWitt

Music Composed by: Johnny Harris

Producer: Sanford Howard

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Doohan
Actor
3-Mar-1920 20-Jul-2005 Scotty on Star Trek
Richard Harris
Actor
1-Oct-1930 25-Oct-2002 English Bob in Unforgiven
Percy Herbert
Actor
31-Jul-1920 6-Dec-1992 The Bridge on the River Kwai
John Huston
Film Director
5-Aug-1906 28-Aug-1987 The Maltese Falcon
Norman Rossington
Actor
24-Dec-1928 21-May-1999 A Hard Day's Night
Dennis Waterman
Actor
24-Feb-1948   Terry McCann on Minder
Henry Wilcoxon
Actor
8-Sep-1905 6-Mar-1984 Lionheart in Hollywood

CAST

Richard Harris   ...   Zachary Bass
Co-Starring
John Bindon   ...   Coulter
Ben Carruthers   ...   Longbow
James Doohan   ...   Benoit
Bruce M. Fischer   ...   Wiser
Percy Herbert   ...   Fogarty
Bryan Marshall   ...   Potts
Prunella Ransome   ...   Grace
Norman Rossington   ...   Ferris
Robert Russell   ...   Smith
Dean Selmier   ...   Russell
Dennis Waterman   ...   Lowrie
Henry Wilcoxon   ...   Indian Chief
Featuring
Ines Acosta   ...   Indian
Raul Castro   ...   Indian
Tony Cyrus   ...   Indian
Judith Furse   ...   Nurse
Manolo Landau   ...   Zachary as a Child
William Layton   ...   Schoolmaster
Sheila Raynor   ...   Grace's Mother
Tamara Sie   ...   Indian
Joaquin Solis   ...   Trapper
Martha Tuck   ...   Woman with Trapper
Rudy Althoff   ...   with Peggy the Bear
and
John Huston   ...   Capt. Henry

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