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The Last Hard Men (1-Jun-1976)

Director: Andrew V. McLaglen

Writer: Guerdon Trueblood

From novel: Gun Down by Brian Garfield

Music: Jerry Goldsmith

Producers: Walter Seltzer; Russell Thacher

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Coburn
Actor
31-Aug-1928 18-Nov-2002 Our Man Flint
Robert Donner
Actor
27-Apr-1931 8-Jun-2006 Exidor on Mork and Mindy
Barbara Hershey
Actor
5-Feb-1948   Boxcar Bertha and Mary Magdalene
Charlton Heston
Actor
4-Oct-1923 5-Apr-2008 The Ten Commandments
Michael Parks
Actor
24-Apr-1940   Then Came Bronson
Morgan Paull
Actor
15-Dec-1944 17-Jul-2012 Blade Runner
John Quade
Actor
1-Apr-1938 9-Aug-2009 Every Which Way But Loose
Larry Wilcox
Actor
8-Aug-1947   Officer Jon Baker on CHiPS

CAST

Charlton Heston   ...   Sam Burgade
James Coburn   ...   Provo
Co-Starring
Barbara Hershey   ...   Susan Burgade
Jorge Rivero   ...   Menendez
Michael Parks   ...   Noel Nye
Larry Wilcox   ...   Shelby
Thalmus Rasulala   ...   Weed
and
Morgan Paull   ...   Shiraz
John Quade   ...   Gant
Robert Donner   ...   Lee Roy
and
Christopher Mitchum   ...   Hal Brickman
Sam Gilman   ...   Dutch Vestal
James Bacon   ...   Deputy Jetfore
Riley Hill   ...   Gus
Dick Alexander   ...   Bo Simpson
Yolanda Schutz   ...   Paloma
Alberto Pina   ...   Storekeeper
David Herrera   ...   Indian Policeman

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