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The Other Side of the Mountain Part II (10-Feb-1978)

Director: Larry Peerce

Writer: Douglas Day Stewart

Music by: Lee Holdridge

Producer: Edward S. Feldman

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Disability

Sequel to The Other Side of the Mountain (1975).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Timothy Bottoms
Actor
30-Aug-1951   That's My Bush!
Gretchen Corbett
Actor
13-Aug-1947   Beth Davenport on The Rockford Files
Myron Healey
Actor
8-Jun-1923 21-Dec-2005 Prolific actor in Westerns
Nan Martin
Actor
15-Jul-1927 4-Mar-2010 The Drew Carey Show
Belinda Montgomery
Actor
23-Jul-1950   Katherine Howser on Doogie Howser, M.D.
George O. Petrie
Actor
16-Nov-1912 16-Nov-1997 Harv Smithfield on Dallas

CAST

Marilyn Hassett   ...   Jill Kinmont
Timothy Bottoms   ...   John Boothe
Co-Starring
Nan Martin   ...   June Kinmont
Gretchen Corbett   ...   Linda
William Bryant   ...   Bill Kinmont
James A. Bottoms   ...   Mr. Boothe
June Dayton   ...   Mrs. Boothe
Curtis Credel   ...   Roy Boothe
Charles Frank   ...   Mel
and
Belinda Montgomery   ...   Audra Jo
Carole Tru Foster   ...   Beverly Boothe
George Petrie   ...   Doctor in Los Angeles
Ross Durfee   ...   Presenter at Luncheon
Jackie Russell   ...   Woman at Bar
Gerri Nelson   ...   Waitress
Tom Jordan   ...   Bob Kinmont
Harry Moses   ...   Jerry Kinmont
Myron Healey   ...   Doctor in Bishop
Rev. Bee Landis   ...   Minister
Steve Conte   ...   Wrangler
Craig Chudy   ...   Gary
David Yanez   ...   Indian Boy
Marlina Vega   ...   Indian Girl

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