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Harry Tracy, Desperado (17-Dec-1982)

Director: William A. Graham

Writer: David Lee Henry

Music by: Micky Erbe; Maribeth Solomon

Producer: Ronald Cohen

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bruce Dern
4-Jun-1936   Silent Running
Gordon Lightfoot
17-Nov-1938   Canadian balladeer
Helen Shaver
24-Feb-1951   In Praise of Older Women


Bruce Dern   ...   Harry Tracy
Helen Shaver   ...   Catherine Tuttle
Michael C. Gwynne   ...   David Merrill
Gordon Lightfoot   ...   Morrie Nathan
Jacques Hubert   ...   Indian
Daphne Goldrick   ...   Mrs. Tuttle
Lynne Kolber   ...   Judy Tuttle
Alex Willows   ...   Reporter
Frank C. Turner   ...   Eddie Hoyt
Fred Diehl   ...   Gov. Millhouse
Charles Siegel   ...   Prison Warden
Jack Ackroyd   ...   Ely Porter
Susie Payne   ...   Helen Porter
Richard MacBride   ...   Matt Porter
Kerry Salisbury   ...   Glendoline Porter
Jim Roberts   ...   Aspen Sheriff
Tom Braidwood   ...   Aspen Storekeeper
James Defelice   ...   Hellsgate Bank Manager
Dennis Robertson   ...   Hellsgate Sheriff
Joe Dodds   ...   Hellsgate Posseman
Jim Sparkman   ...   Fainting Teller
Jak King   ...   Lineman
Conrad Fitzgerald   ...   Oyster Boat Captain
Ed Hong-Louie   ...   Cook
Peter Manning   ...   Portland Judge
Christopher Moss   ...   Elevator Attendant
Harvey M. Miller   ...   Portland Policeman
Walter Scott   ...   Nathan's Posse
John A. Scott   ...   Nathan's Posse
Lou Patterson   ...   Nathan's Posse
Mike Tyree   ...   Nathan's Posse
Marty Corsberg   ...   Nathan's Posse


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