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Where the Red Fern Grows (3-May-2003)

Directors: Lyman Dayton; Sam Pillsbury

Writers: Doug C. Stewart; Eleanor Lamb; Lyman Dayton; Sam Pillsbury

From novel: Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls

Music by: Jeff Cardoni

Producers: David Alexanian; Katy Wallin-Sandalis; Bob Yari; William J. Immerman

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ned Beatty
6-Jul-1937   Deliverance
Dabney Coleman
3-Jan-1932   Moustache from 9 To 5
Mac Davis
21-Jan-1942   Rock/Country Singer/Songwriter
Kris Kristofferson
22-Jun-1936   Me and Bobby McGee
Dave Matthews
9-Jan-1967   The Dave Matthews Band


Joseph Ashton   ...   Billy Coleman
Dave Matthews   ...   Will Coleman
Renee Faia   ...   Jenny Coleman
Mac Davis   ...   Hod Bellington
Kris Kristofferson   ...   Older Billy Coleman
Ned Beatty   ...   Sheriff Abe McConnell
Dabney Coleman   ...   Grandpa
Gary Anson   ...   Bully Wendell
Orvel Baldridge   ...   Mr. Pritchard
Robert Bauman   ...   Hunter #2
Andrew Dickison   ...   Rainie Pritchard
Stuart Dickison   ...   Rubin Pritchard
Julia Downs   ...   Sarah Coleman
Tess Downs   ...   Alice Coleman
Kevin Gourd   ...   Bully Garth
Zack Hamilton   ...   Bully Bart
Kyle Jeffrey   ...   Rubin #2
Lindsey Labadie   ...   Delores
Dave Lowry   ...   Farmer
Erin O'Shaughnessy   ...   Customer
Stan Randolph   ...   Minister
Steve Sandalis   ...   Steve Johnson
Charles Seat   ...   Carl Brown
Eric Starkey   ...   Ben Kyle
Luke Strode   ...   Rainie #2
Robert S. Telford   ...   Station Master


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