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High-Ballin' (26-May-1978)

Director: Peter Carter

Writers: Paul Edwards; Richard Robinson; Stephen Schneck

Original Music Score: Paul Hoffert

Producer: Jon Slan

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Truckers

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Peter Fonda
Actor
23-Feb-1940   Easy Rider
Michael Hogan
Actor
c. 1949   Col. Saul Tigh on Battlestar Galactica
Michael Ironside
Actor
12-Feb-1950   Scanners, Top Gun, Starship Troopers
Jerry Reed
Country Musician
20-Mar-1937 1-Sep-2008 When You're Hot, You're Hot
Helen Shaver
Actor
24-Feb-1951   In Praise of Older Women

CAST

Peter Fonda   ...   Rane
Jerry Reed   ...   Duke
Starring
Helen Shaver   ...   Pickup
Chris Wiggins   ...   King Caroll
Christopher Langevin   ...   Tanker
And Introducing
David Ferry   ...   Harvey
Harvey Atkin   ...   Buzz
Les Carlson   ...   Bud
Myrna Lorrie   ...   Country Singer
Mary Pirie   ...   Vonetta
Prairie Oyster   ...   Country Band
Wendy Thatcher   ...   Hijacker
Arnie Achtman   ...   Cue
Ardon Bess   ...   Policeman
George Buza   ...   Warehouseman
Alan Crofoot   ...   Bushes
Len Doncheff   ...   Decal
John Friesen   ...   Pictures
Kay Hawtrey   ...   Ma
Michael Hogan   ...   Reggie
Eric House   ...   Slater
Michael Ironside   ...   Butch
Cec Linder   ...   Policeman
Chris Lumiere   ...   Freddie
Brian Nasimok   ...   Warehouseman
Patrick Patterson   ...   Gateman
Linda Rennhofer   ...   Waitress
Sherri Ross   ...   Waitress
John Rutter   ...   Skid
Steve Weston   ...   Sundown

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