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Pharaoh's Army (1995)

Director: Robby Henson

Writer: Robby Henson

Music: Vince Emmett; Charles Ellis

Producers: Doug Lodato; Robby Henson

Keywords: Western, Civil War

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Patricia Clarkson
Actor
29-Dec-1959   Pieces of April
Chris Cooper
Actor
9-Jul-1951   American Beauty
Robert Joy
Actor
17-Aug-1951   Dr. Sid Hammerback on CSI: NY
Kris Kristofferson
Actor
22-Jun-1936   Me and Bobby McGee
Richard Tyson
Actor
13-Feb-1961   Kindergarten Cop

CAST

Chris Cooper   ...   Capt. John Hull Abston
Patricia Clarkson   ...   Sarah Anders
Kris Kristofferson   ...   Preacher
Robert Joy   ...   Chicago
Frank Clem   ...   Neely
Huckleberry Fox   ...   Newt
and
Richard Tyson   ...   Rodie
Will Lucas   ...   Boy
Mac Miles   ...   Israel
Robert Sampson   ...   Narrator
Maude Mitchell   ...   Preacher's Wife
Mourners
Rebecca Ryland   ...   Mourner
Scott Coffman   ...   Mourner
Gale Wilson   ...   Mourner
Stacie Coffman   ...   Mourner
Leon Cain   ...   Mourner
Alvie Cox   ...   Mourner
Zach Lee   ...   Mourner
D. J. Wade   ...   Mourner
Margaret Ellis   ...   Mourner
Anne Hayden   ...   Mourner
Sarah Clay   ...   Mourner
Cameron Williams   ...   Mourner
Mary Ellis   ...   Mourner
Ellen Ellis   ...   Mourner
Paul Johnson   ...   Mourner
Margaret Abbott   ...   Mourner
Susan Coffman   ...   Mourner
Megan Shelby   ...   Mourner

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