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Atlas Shrugged III: Who Is John Galt? (12-Sep-2014)

Director: James Manera

Writers: John Aglialoro; Harmon Kaslow; James Manera

From novel: Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand

Keywords: Drama

Final entry in the Atlas Shrugged book-to-film trilogy wraps up the saga of John Galt's identity.

Second sequel to Atlas Shrugged: Part I (2011). A dystopian America erodes even further following the events of Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike; chaos reigns as the nation's wealthiest industrialists continue to disappear while the government oppresses those left behind amidst a capitalist sort of rapture. The ever-mysterious John Galt may hold the key to ending the madness, as his identity and whereabouts are flung to the forefront of public discourse. The final entry in a trilogy of film adaptations of Ayn Rand's free-market fantasy opus; funded through Kickstarter, it features a cameo by Ron Paul.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joaquim de Almeida
15-Mar-1957   Clear and Present Danger
Glenn Beck
TV Personality
10-Feb-1964   Conservative TV and talk radio host
Brent Briscoe
21-May-1961   A Simple Plan
Anthony John Denison
20-Sep-1949   Det. Andy Flynn on The Closer
Greg Germann
26-Feb-1958   Richard Fish on Ally McBeal
Sean Hannity
TV Personality
30-Dec-1961   Hannity & Colmes
Louis Herthum
5-Jul-1956   The Last Exorcism
Matt Kibbe
c. 1963   President and CEO of FreedomWorks
Eric Allan Kramer
26-Mar-1962   Bob Duncan on Good Luck Charlie
Peter Mackenzie
19-Jan-1961   Genius on Herman's Head
Rob Morrow
21-Sep-1962   Fleischman on Northern Exposure
Mark Moses
24-Feb-1958   Paul Young on Desperate Housewives
Ron Paul
20-Aug-1935   Former Congressman from Texas
Kristoffer Polaha
18-Feb-1977   Jason Matthews on North Shore
Stephen Tobolowsky
30-May-1951   Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day
Jeff Yagher
18-Jan-1961   Kyle Bates on V


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