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The Evictors (18-Apr-1979)

Director: Charles B. Pierce

Writers: Charles B. Pierce; Garry Rusoff; Paul Fisk

Music by: Jaime Mendoza-Nava

Producer: Charles B. Pierce

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jessica Harper
Actor
10-Oct-1949   Suspiria and My Favorite Year
Sue Ane Langdon
Actor
8-Mar-1936   Lillian Nuvo on Arnie
Vic Morrow
Actor
14-Feb-1929 23-Jul-1982 Sgt. Chip Saunders on Combat
Michael Parks
Actor
24-Apr-1940   Then Came Bronson

CAST

Starring
Vic Morrow   ...   Jake Rudd
Michael Parks   ...   Ben Watkins
Jessica Harper   ...   Ruth Watkin
Co-Starring
Dennis Fimple   ...   Mr. Bumford
Jimmy Clem   ...   Mr. Buckner
Glen Roberts   ...   Dwayne Monroe
Bill Thurman   ...   Preacher Higgins
Roxanne Harter   ...   Mrs. Rhinehart
John Milam   ...   Mr. Rhinehart
Harry Thomasson   ...   Mr. Wheeler
Mary Branch   ...   Mrs. Mullins
Lucius Farris   ...   Peddler
Also Starring
Sue Ane Langdon   ...   Olie Gibson
Twyla Taylor   ...   Mrs. Bumford
John Meyer   ...   Mr. Mullins
Foster Litton   ...   Sheriff
Owen Guthrie   ...   G-Man
Ron White   ...   G-Man
Thomas Ham   ...   G-Man
Donald Hodge   ...   Deputy
Raymond Meyers   ...   Deputy
Ervin Reed   ...   Deputy
William Rexon   ...   Deputy
Robert Sibley   ...   Deputy
Stanley Taylor   ...   Deputy
Jesse Cagle   ...   Banker
Marilyn Gorsylowsky   ...   Lady at Party
S. F. Vaughan   ...   Man at Store
John Fertitta   ...   Doctor

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