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The Brotherhood of the Bell (17-Sep-1970)

Director: Paul Wendkos

Writer: David Karp

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dabney Coleman
Actor
3-Jan-1932   Moustache from 9 To 5
William Conrad
Actor
27-Sep-1920 11-Feb-1994 Jake and the Fatman
Maurice Evans
Actor
3-Jun-1901 12-Mar-1989 Dr. Zaius in Planet of the Apes
Glenn Ford
Actor
1-May-1916 30-Aug-2006 Gilda, Blackboard Jungle
Rosemary Forsyth
Actor
6-Jul-1943   The War Lord
Eduard Franz
Actor
31-Oct-1902 10-Feb-1983 The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake
Will Geer
Actor
9-Mar-1902 22-Apr-1978 Zebulon Walton in The Waltons
Dean Jagger
Actor
7-Nov-1903 5-Feb-1991 Twelve O'Clock High
Robert Pine
Actor
10-Jul-1941   Sgt. Getraer on CHiPS
William Smithers
Actor
10-Jul-1927   Jeremy Wendell on Dallas

REVIEWS

Review by bmrfvr (posted on 21-Sep-2005)

I saw this movie exactly once -- probably around 1970, perhaps 1971. Frankly, I do not remember the specifics, except to say that it was about a secrete organsization and conspiracity. It was the first time I had ever seen the actor Will Geer -- before he was Grandpa on Walton's Mountain. But the movie was emblazened on my mind.

I have tried to rent and then to buy this flick, but it has been impossible to find, anywhere. If anyone else remembers this movie, and if you know how to get a copy, please send me an email. If you get a chance to view, I hope you will find it as memorable as I did.


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