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A Man Called Sarge (2-Feb-1990)

Director: Stuart Gillard

Writer: Stuart Gillard

Original Music by: Chuck Cirino

Producer: Gene Corman

Keywords: Comedy, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bruce Jenner
Track and Field
28-Oct-1949   US Olympic track and field star
Don LaFontaine
26-Aug-1940 1-Sep-2008 Voiceover powerhouse
Natasha Lyonne
4-Apr-1979   Slums of Beverly Hills
Marc Singer
27-Jan-1948   Beastmaster


Gary Kroeger   ...   Sarge
Gretchen German   ...   Sadie
Jennifer Runyon   ...   Fifi LaRue
Andy Greenhalgh   ...   Browning
Michael Mears   ...   Cheval
Howard Busgang   ...   Steinmetz
Travis McKenna   ...   Billy Bob
Andrew Bumatai   ...   Bearpaw
Chris England   ...   Fergus
Jeffrey Wickham   ...   Fitzpatrick
Peter Dennis   ...   Montgomery
Bobby Di Cicco   ...   Anzalone
Marc Singer   ...   Von Kraut
Special Appearance by
Bruce Jenner   ...   Himself
Yehuda Efroni   ...   Fr. Bruce
Aviva Marks   ...   Sister Roxanne
Lior Hashin   ...   Stewardess
Zafrir Kohanovsky   ...   Oberlieutenant
Josef Bee   ...   Von Kraut's Aide
Natasha Lyonne   ...   Arab Girl
Tomer Yoseph   ...   Arab Boy
Alexander Peleg   ...   Gestapo Agent
Amikam Levi   ...   Bartender
Ofer Shikarzki   ...   Waiter
Yuval Vill   ...   Bellhop
Dudu Ben-Zeev   ...   Von Kraut's Driver
Gabi Shushan   ...   Murray, the Pumpman
Don LaFontaine   ...   Narrator


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