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The Burrowers (9-Sep-2008)

Director: J. T. Petty

Writer: J. T. Petty

Music by: Joseph Loduca

Producers: William Sherak; Jason Shuman

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Clancy Brown
Actor
5-Jan-1959   Kurgan in Highlander
Doug Hutchison
Actor
26-May-1960   The Green Mile
Laura Leighton
Actor
24-Jul-1968   Sydney Andrews on Melrose Place
William Mapother
Actor
17-Apr-1965   The Grudge
Sean Patrick Thomas
Actor
17-Dec-1970   Barbershop

CAST

William Mapother   ...   William Parcher
Sean Patrick Thomas   ...   Walnut Callaghan
Doug Hutchison   ...   Henry Victor
Karl Geary   ...   Fergus Coffey
Laura Leighton   ...   Gertrude Spacks
and
Clancy Brown   ...   John Clay
David Busse   ...   Young Bluecoat
Harley Coriz   ...   Short Ute
Jocelin Donahue   ...   Maryanne Stewart
Alex Edmo   ...   Faith
Brighid Fleming   ...   Little Sister
Christopher Hagen   ...   Father
Galen Hutchison   ...   Dobie Spacks
Suzi McLaughlin   ...   Mother
Tatanka Means   ...   Tall Ute
David Midthunder   ...   Dull Knife
Jon Kristian Moore   ...   Big Brother
Anthony Parker   ...   Ten Bear
Cole Resch   ...   Little Brother
R. J. Rice   ...   Black Bluecoat
Bonnie Morgan   ...   Burrower #1
Chris Grabher   ...   Burrower #2
Robert Hall   ...   Key Puppeteer
Eric Fiedler   ...   Puppeteer #1
Brian Poor   ...   Puppeteer #2
Bobbi Sue Luther   ...   Puppeteer #3
Erik Porn   ...   Puppeteer #4
Darnell Shepherd   ...   Puppeteer #5

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