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Grand Theft Auto (16-Jun-1977)

Director: Ron Howard

Writers: Rance Howard; Ron Howard

Music by: Peter Ivers

Producer: Jon Davison

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Paul Bartel
Actor
6-Aug-1938 13-May-2000 Eating Raoul
Clint Howard
Actor
20-Apr-1959   Ice Cream Man
Rance Howard
Actor
17-Nov-1928   Father of Ron Howard, Clint Howard
Ron Howard
Actor
1-Mar-1954   Richie Cunningham on Happy Days
Garry Marshall
Film Director
13-Nov-1934   Happy Days
Marion Ross
Actor
25-Oct-1928   Mrs. Cunningham on Happy Days
Leo Rossi
Actor
1946   Heart Like a Wheel

CAST

Ron Howard   ...   Sam Freeman
Starring
Nancy Morgan   ...   Paula Powers
Marion Ross   ...   Vivian Hedgeworth
Pete Isacksen   ...   Sparky
Co-Starring
Barry Cahill   ...   Bigby Powers
Elizabeth Rogers   ...   Priscilla Powers
Hoke Howell   ...   Preacher
Rance Howard   ...   Ned Slinker
Lew Brown   ...   Jack Klepper
Clint Howard   ...   Ace
and
Don Steele   ...   Curly Q. Brown
Featuring
Paul Linke   ...   Collins Hedgeworth
Leo Rossi   ...   Vegas Muscle Chief
Robby Weaver   ...   Harold Hingleman
Jim Ritz   ...   Officer Tad
Bill Conklin   ...   Engle Hingleman
Ken Lerner   ...   Eagle I
Jack Perkins   ...   Shadley
Paul Bartel   ...   Groom
Garry Marshall   ...   Underworld Boss
Rev. Bobs Watson   ...   Minister
Jim Begg   ...   Vegas Businessman

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