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Big Bad Mama (19-Sep-1974)

Director: Steve Carver

Writers: William Norton; Frances Doel

Music by: David Grisman

Producer: Roger Corman

Keywords: Action/Comedy, Prohibition

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Royal Dano
Actor
16-Nov-1922 15-May-1994 The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao
Angie Dickinson
Actor
30-Sep-1931   Police Woman
Sally Kirkland
Actor
31-Oct-1944   Jeanette in ED TV
Dick Miller
Actor
25-Dec-1928   A Bucket of Blood
William Shatner
Actor
22-Mar-1931   Captain Kirk on Star Trek
Tom Skerritt
Actor
25-Aug-1933   Viper in Top Gun
Noble Willingham
Actor
31-Aug-1931 17-Jan-2004 Hard-working supporting actor

CAST

Angie Dickinson   ...   Wilma McClatchie
Starring
William Shatner   ...   William J. Baxter
Tom Skerritt   ...   Fred Diller
Susan Sennett   ...   Billy Jean
Robbie Lee   ...   Polly
Co-Starring
Noble Willingham   ...   Uncle Barney
Dick Miller   ...   Bonney
Tom Signorelli   ...   Dodds
Joan Prather   ...   Jane Kingston
Featuring
Royal Dano   ...   Rev. Johnson
William O'Connell   ...   Crusade Preacher
John Wheeler   ...   Lawyer
Ralph James   ...   Sheriff
Sally Kirkland   ...   Barney's Woman
Wally Berns   ...   Legionnaire
With
Shannon Christie   ...   Stripper
Michael Talbott   ...   Sheriff's Son
Charles Pinney   ...   Mr. Kingston
Rob Berger   ...   Charlie Johnson
Jay Brooks   ...   Wesley
Paul Linke   ...   Bank Teller
Georgia Lee   ...   Mrs. Kingston
Mickey Fox   ...   Hattie
William F. Engle   ...   Fred Johnson

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