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Sacred Ground (11-Mar-1983)

Director: Charles B. Pierce

Writer: Charles B. Pierce

Music by: Gene Kauer; Don Bagley

Producer: Arthur R. Dubs

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Elam
Actor
13-Nov-1918 20-Oct-2003 The Sundowners
L. Q. Jones
Actor
19-Aug-1927   Battle Cry

CAST

Starring
Tim McIntire   ...   Matt Colter
Jack Elam   ...   Lum Witcher
L. Q. Jones   ...   Tolbert Coleman
Serene Hedin   ...   Little Doe
Eloy Phil Casados   ...   Prairie Fox
Mindi Miller   ...   Wannetta
Co-Starring
Vernon Foster   ...   Wounded Leg
Lefty Wild Eagle   ...   Medicine Man
Larry Kenoras   ...   Brave Beaver
The Supporting Cast
Franklin Fritz   ...   Baby Colter
Danny Wilson   ...   Lone Brave
Ben Mitchell   ...   Warrior
Jerald Jackson, Jr.   ...   Warrior
Ronnie Wilson   ...   Warrior
Aaron Wright   ...   Warrior
Randy Sheppard   ...   Warrior
Donald Wilson   ...   Warrior
Thurman Parrish   ...   Warrior
Leslie Anderson   ...   Warrior
Fernando Herrera   ...   Warrior
Darin Wright   ...   Warrior
Arnold Gallagher   ...   Warrior
Cora Lee Joe   ...   Indian Woman
Della Wilson   ...   Indian Woman
Marjorie Jackson   ...   Indian Woman
Natalie Jackson   ...   Indian Woman
Mary Sheppard   ...   Indian Woman
Bergie Jackson   ...   Indian Woman
Glenda Foster   ...   Indian Woman
Laura Hecocta   ...   Indian Woman
Adeline Jackson   ...   Indian Woman

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