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Heroes (4-Nov-1977)

Director: Jeremy Paul Kagan

Writer: James Carabatsos

Music by: Jack Nitzsche

Producers: David Foster; Lawrence Turman

Keywords: Drama, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Val Avery
Actor
14-Jul-1924 12-Dec-2009 The Anderson Tapes
Tony Burton
Actor
23-Mar-1937   Rocky
Sally Field
Actor
6-Nov-1946   Steel Magnolias
Harrison Ford
Actor
13-Jul-1942   Han Solo in Star Wars
Henry Winkler
Actor
30-Oct-1945   Fonz on Happy Days

CAST

Henry Winkler   ...   Jack Dunne
Sally Field   ...   Carol Bell
Co-Starring
Harrison Ford   ...   Ken Boyd
Also Co-Starring
Val Avery   ...   Bus Driver
Olivia Cole   ...   Jane Adcox
Hector Elias   ...   Dr. Elias
Featuring
Dennis Burkley   ...   Gus
Tony Burton   ...   Chef
Michael Cavanaugh   ...   Peanuts
Helen Craig   ...   Bus Depot Manager
John P. Finnegan   ...   Mr. Munro
Betty McGuire   ...   Mrs. Munro
John O'Leary   ...   Ticket Clerk
Tom Rosqui   ...   Patrolman #2
Fred Stuthman   ...   Nathan
Caskey Swaim   ...   Frank
Earle Towne   ...   Leo Sturges
Kenneth Augustine   ...   Charles
Rick Blanchard   ...   Andy
Louis Carello   ...   Stokes
Robert Kretschmann   ...   Robert
Alex Tinne   ...   Mexican Bridegroom
Dick Ziker   ...   Artie
Ben Fuhrman   ...   Patrolman #1
William Ackridge   ...   Starter
Gary Bertz   ...   Helicopter Pilot
Susan Bredhoff   ...   Nurse
Bill Burton   ...   Bar Patron #2
David Ellis   ...   Bar Patron #1
James W. Gavin   ...   Helicopter Pilot
Pat Hustis   ...   Car Driver
Bennie Moore   ...   Adcox

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