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Wrangler (12-May-1989)

Original Title: Minnamurra

Director: Ian Barry

Writer: John Sexton

Music Composed and Conducted by: Mario Millo

Producer: John Sexton

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeff Fahey
Actor
29-Nov-1952   The Lawnmower Man

CAST

Jeff Fahey   ...   Ben Creed
Tushka Bergen   ...   Alice May Richards
Steven Vidler   ...   Jack Donaghue
Richard Moir   ...   Bill Thompson
Shane Briant   ...   Allenby
Drew Forsythe   ...   Henry Iverson
Sandy Gore   ...   Maude Richards
Frederick Parslow   ...   James Richards
Cornelia Frances   ...   Caroline Richards
Michael Winchester   ...   Rupert Richards
Robert Davis   ...   Lord Kitchener
Andrew Sharp   ...   Maj. Tim Swift
Kevin Healy   ...   Gen. Partington
Owen Weingott   ...   Gen. Smith
Colin Taylor   ...   Taylor
Conor McDermottroe   ...   Peagrum
James Steele   ...   Slater
Mic Conway   ...   Fredie
Fiona Stewart   ...   Bessie
Derek Mendl   ...   Butler
Laurie Moran   ...   Auctioneer
Wallas Eaton   ...   Grassmore
Peter Collingwood   ...   Banker
Paul Maclay   ...   Financier
Barry McMahon   ...   Creed's Secretary
Suzette Williams   ...   Stenographer
Jacqueline Kott   ...   Mme. Morrell
Gerry Skilton   ...   Cookie
Ken Porter   ...   Cookie
Robert Alexander   ...   Officer
Denise Keene   ...   Soprano
Arthur Chapman   ...   Barge Master
Heath Harris   ...   Stablehand
Mitch Deans   ...   Minion
James Howard   ...   Minion
Ted Clark   ...   Announcer

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