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Bitter Harvest (4-May-1981)

Director: Roger Young

Writer: Richard Friedenberg

From novel: Bitter Harvest by Frederic Halbert and Sandra Halbert

Music by: Fred Karlin

Producer: Tony Ganz

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
G. W. Bailey
Actor
27-Aug-1945   Harris in Police Academy
Art Carney
Actor
4-Nov-1918 9-Nov-2003 Ed Norton on The Honeymooners
Barry Corbin
Actor
16-Oct-1940   Maurice Minnifield on Northern Exposure
Richard Dysart
Actor
30-Mar-1929   Leland McKenzie on L.A. Law
Ron Howard
Actor
1-Mar-1954   Richie Cunningham on Happy Days
Dwight Schultz
Actor
24-Nov-1947   Murdoch on The A-Team
Charlotte Stewart
Actor
27-Feb-1941   Eva Beadle on Little House on the Prairie

CAST

Ron Howard   ...   Ned DeVries
Art Carney   ...   Walter Peary
Starring
Tarah Nutter   ...   Kate De Vries
David Knell   ...   Brandon
Barry Corbin   ...   Dr. Agajanian
and
Richard Dysart   ...   Dr. Freeman
Co-Starring
Michael Bond   ...   DeJong
Jim Haynie   ...   Doc
Robert Hirschfeld   ...   Harold
and
G. W. Bailey   ...   Lazlo
Featuring
Robert Behling   ...   Art
Ken Hixon   ...   Williams
Dwight Schultz   ...   Schlatter
Joe Miksak   ...   Al
J. E. Freeman   ...   Farmer #2
Will Marchetti   ...   Farmer #3
Matt Locrichio   ...   Worker
Ron Meszaros   ...   Man #1
Terry David Mulligan   ...   Man #2
Charlotte Stewart   ...   Mrs. Lazlo
Al Cingolani   ...   Harley
Frank Papia   ...   Plant Manager
Chris Kriesa   ...   Marshall
John Argue   ...   Chairman
Linda Stuart   ...   Secretary

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