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A Man Called Gannon (8-Mar-1968)

Director: James Goldstone

Writers: Gene Kearney; Borden Chase; D. D. Beauchamp

From novel: Man Without a Star by Dee Linford

Music: Dave Grusin

Producer: Howard Christie

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Anderson
Actor
20-Oct-1922 7-Aug-1992 Harry Jackson on MacGyver
Jason Evers
Actor
2-Jan-1922 13-Mar-2005 The Brain That Wouldn't Die
Tony Franciosa
Actor
25-Oct-1928 19-Jan-2006 A Face in the Crowd
Gavin MacLeod
Actor
28-Feb-1931   Capt. Stubing on Love Boat
Susan Oliver
Actor
13-Feb-1932 10-May-1990 Actress-cum-Aviatrix
Michael Sarrazin
Actor
22-May-1940 17-Apr-2011 Frankenstein: The True Story
Robert Sorrells
Actor
29-Jun-1930   Gunsmoke and Bonanza
James Westerfield
Actor
22-Mar-1913 20-Sep-1971 On the Waterfront
Terry Wilson
Actor
3-Sep-1923 30-Mar-1999 Bill Hawks on Wagon Train

CAST

Starring
Tony Franciosa   ...   Gannon
Michael Sarrazin   ...   Jess
Co-Starring
Judi West   ...   Beth
Susan Oliver   ...   Matty
John Anderson   ...   Capper
With
David Sheiner   ...   Sheriff Polaski
James Westerfield   ...   Amos
Gavin MacLeod   ...   Lou
Eddie Firestone   ...   Maz
Ed Peck   ...   Delivery Rider
Harry Davis   ...   Harry
Robert Sorrells   ...   Goff
Terry Wilson   ...   Cass
Eddra Gale   ...   Louisa
Harry Basch   ...   Ben
James Callahan   ...   Bo
Cliff Potter   ...   Ike
and
Jason Evers   ...   Mills

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