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Shout at the Devil (23-Jul-1976)

Director: Peter Hunt

Writers: Stanley Price; Alastair Reid; Wilbur Smith

From novel: Shout at the Devil by Wilbur Smith

Music Composed and Conducted by: Maurice Jarre

Producer: Michael Klinger

Keywords: Action/Adventure, WWI

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
George Coulouris
Actor
1-Oct-1903 25-Apr-1989 Watch on the Rhine
Ian Holm
Actor
12-Sep-1931   Time Bandits
Jean Kent
Actor
29-Jun-1921 30-Nov-2013 The Browning Version
Lee Marvin
Actor
19-Feb-1924 29-Aug-1987 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Roger Moore
Actor
14-Oct-1927   James Bond after Sean Connery
Barbara Parkins
Actor
22-May-1942   Peyton Place and Valley of the Dolls

CAST

Lee Marvin   ...   Flynn
Roger Moore   ...   Sebastian Oldsmith
with
Barbara Parkins   ...   Rosa
Ian Holm   ...   Mohammed
Rene Kolldehoff   ...   Fleischer
Horst Janson   ...   Kyller
Karl Michael Vogler   ...   Von Kleine
Gernot Endemann   ...   Braun
Maurice Denham   ...   Mr. Smythe
Jean Kent   ...   Mrs. Smythe
Heather Wright   ...   Cynthia
George Coulouris   ...   El Keb
Murray Melvin   ...   Lt. Phipps
Bernard Horsfall   ...   Capt. Joyce
Renu Setna   ...   Mr. Raji
Gerard Paquis   ...   Portuguese Pilot
Peter Copley   ...   Adm. Howe
Robert Lang   ...   Capt. Henry
Simon Sabela   ...   1st Village Chief
Geoff Davidson   ...   Mackintosh
Shalimar Undi   ...   Nanny
Joe Mafela   ...   Sgt. Dumu
Paul Mafela   ...   Native Runner
Solomon Dungane   ...   Luti
Ray Msengana   ...   Ahmed
Nikos Kourtis   ...   Arab

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