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Brubaker (20-Jun-1980)

Director: Stuart Rosenberg

Writers: W. D. Richter; Arthur A. Ross

Based on a book: Accomplices to the Crime: The Arkansas Prison Scandal by Thomas O. Murton and Joe Hyams

Music: Lalo Schifrin

Producer: Ron Silverman

Keywords: Drama, Prison

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jane Alexander
Actor
28-Oct-1939   The Ring
Val Avery
Actor
14-Jul-1924 12-Dec-2009 The Anderson Tapes
Wilford Brimley
Actor
27-Sep-1934   Grandfatherly actor, shill for Oatmeal Industry
Morgan Freeman
Actor
1-Jun-1937   Unforgiven
Murray Hamilton
Actor
24-Mar-1923 1-Sep-1986 Jaws
Brent Jennings
Actor
1951   Character actor
David Keith
Actor
8-May-1954   Firestarter
Yaphet Kotto
Actor
15-Nov-1937   Homicide
Everett McGill
Actor
21-Oct-1945   Big Ed from Twin Peaks
J. C. Quinn
Actor
30-Nov-1940 10-Feb-2004 The Abyss
Robert Redford
Actor
18-Aug-1936   The Sundance Kid
Albert Salmi
Actor
11-Mar-1928 22-Apr-1990 The Brothers Karamazov
Joe Spinell
Actor
28-Oct-1936 13-Jan-1989 Frank Zito in Maniac
M. Emmet Walsh
Actor
22-Mar-1935   Grizzled character actor
Noble Willingham
Actor
31-Aug-1931 17-Jan-2004 Hard-working supporting actor

CAST

Robert Redford   ...   Brubaker
Yaphet Kotto   ...   Dickie Coombes
Jane Alexander   ...   Lillian
Murray Hamilton   ...   Deach
David Keith   ...   Larry Lee Bullen
Morgan Freeman   ...   Walter
Matt Clark   ...   Purcell
Tim McIntire   ...   Huey Rauch
Richard Ward   ...   Abraham
Jon Van Ness   ...   Zaranska
M. Emmet Walsh   ...   C. P. Woodward
Albert Salmi   ...   Rory Poke
Linda Haynes   ...   Carol
Everett McGill   ...   Caldwell
Val Avery   ...   Wendel
Ronald C. Frazier   ...   Willets
David D. Harris   ...   Duane Spivey
Joe Spinell   ...   Birdwell
James Keane   ...   Pinky
Konrad Sheehan   ...   Glenn Elwood
Roy Poole   ...   Dr. Gregory
Nathan George   ...   Leon Edwards
Don Blakely   ...   Jerome Boyd
Lee Richardson   ...   Warden Renfro
John McMartin   ...   Sen. Hite
Featuring
Alex A. Brown   ...   Fenway Park
John Chappell   ...   Capt. Cleaves
Brent N. Jennings   ...   Mr. Clarence
Harry Groener   ...   Dr. Campbell
William M. Newman   ...   Dunfield
Noble Willingham   ...   Dr. Fenster
Wilford Brimley   ...   Rogers
Jane Cecil   ...   Bea Williams
Ebbe Roe Smith   ...   Pavitch
Young Hwa Han   ...   Leonard Ng
Vic Polizos   ...   Billy Baylock
Jack O'Leary   ...   Floor Walker
James Dukas   ...   Oafish Rankman
J. C. Quinn   ...   Barber
Jerry Mayer   ...   Barber
Ivy Featherstone   ...   Peterson
and
Kent Broadhurst   ...   Whitley
Hazen Gifford   ...   Partridge
Elane Rower Richardson   ...   Mrs. Renfro
John R. Glover   ...   Ackroyd
Bill McNulty   ...   Richards
Linda Milligan   ...   Female Reporter
Rob Garrison   ...   Pretty Boy
James E. Fraunfelter, Jr.   ...   Barracks Trusty
Ritch Brinkley   ...   Gate Guard
David E. Williams   ...   Rank Server
E. J. Pearcy   ...   Transfer Guard
J. K. Mahle   ...   Bus Driver
Vivian P. Bass   ...   Waitress
Greg Martin   ...   Trusty
Philip E. Combs   ...   Young Reporter
Richard L. Denny   ...   State Trooper
Michael Holiday   ...   Gate Trusty

REVIEWS

Review by Devin Cane (posted on 22-May-2007)

This movie is based on the prison system in Arkansas, in the late '70s early '80s. Robert Redford had a discussion on the prison system with then Governor Bill Clinton, on T.V. Film was shot at the Junction City Prison Farm, in Junction City Ohio, & in neighboring New Lexington Ohio. More than 100 ex-cons, played extras throughout the film.


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