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Chandler (1-Dec-1971)

Director: Paul Magwood

Writers: John Sacret Young; Paul Magwood

Music by: George Romanis

Producer: Michael S. Laughlin

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Leslie Caron
Dancer
1-Jul-1931   Gigi
Scatman Crothers
Jazz Musician
23-May-1910 22-Nov-1986 Jazz musician and actor
Gloria Grahame
Actor
28-Nov-1923 5-Oct-1981 The Bad and the Beautiful
Charles McGraw
Actor
10-May-1914 30-Jul-1980 Armored Car Robbery
Warren Oates
Actor
5-Jul-1928 3-Apr-1982 Two-Lane Blacktop
Gordon Pinsent
Actor
12-Jul-1930   Fraser, Sr. on Due South
Mitchell Ryan
Actor
11-Jan-1928   Edward Montgomery on Dharma & Greg

CAST

Warren Oates   ...   Chandler
Leslie Caron   ...   Katherine
Starring
Alex Dreier   ...   Carmady
Mitchell Ryan   ...   Kincaid
Gordon Pinsent   ...   Melchior
Co-Starring
Charles McGraw   ...   Bernie Oakman
Richard Loo   ...   Leo
Walter Burke   ...   Zeno
Gloria Grahame   ...   Selma
Royal Dano   ...   Sal Sachese
Scatman Crothers   ...   Smoke
and
Marianne McAndrew   ...   Angel Carter
Lal Baum   ...   Waxwell
Charles Shull   ...   Binder Ransin
John Mitchum   ...   Rudy
James Sikking   ...   Bogardy
Vickery Turner   ...   Salesgirl
Ray Kellogg   ...   Captain of Security Guard
Ernest Lawrence   ...   Asst. Station Master
Eugene Jackson   ...   Shoe Shine Boy
Eddie Marks   ...   Taxi Driver #1
Frederick Stanley II   ...   Taxi Driver #2

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