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Bad Company (8-Oct-1972)

Director: Robert Benton

Writers: David Newman; Robert Benton

Music Composed and Played by: Harvey Schmidt

Producer: Stanley R. Jaffe

Keywords: Western

A young man evading the draft during the Civil War tries to find freedom in the great West, but barely makes it to the next town before he is waylaid by a band of outlaw youths. Edgy 1970s Western.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeff Bridges
Actor
4-Dec-1949   The Dude abides
Jim Davis
Actor
26-Aug-1909 26-Apr-1981 Jock Ewing on Dallas
David Huddleston
Actor
17-Sep-1930   The Big Lebowski
Ed Lauter
Actor
30-Oct-1940 16-Oct-2013 Character actor
Geoffrey Lewis
Actor
31-Jul-1935   Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
John Quade
Actor
1-Apr-1938 9-Aug-2009 Every Which Way But Loose
John Savage
Actor
25-Aug-1949   The Deer Hunter

CAST

starring
Jeff Bridges   ...   Jake Rumsey
Barry Brown   ...   Drew Dixon
Jim Davis   ...   Marshal
David Huddleston   ...   Big Joe
John Savage   ...   Loney
Jerry Houser   ...   Arthur Simms
Damon Cofer   ...   Jim Bob Logan
Joshua Hill Lewis   ...   Boog Bookin
Geoffrey Lewis   ...   Hobbs
Raymond Guth   ...   Jackson
Ed Lauter   ...   Orin
John Quade   ...   Nolan
Jean Allison   ...   Mrs. Dixon
Ned Wertimer   ...   Mr. Dixon
Charles Tyner   ...   Egg Farmer
Ted Gehring   ...   Zeb
Claudia Bryar   ...   Mrs. Clum
John Boyd   ...   Prisoner
Monika Henreid   ...   Min
Todd Martin   ...   Sergeant

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