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The Missouri Breaks (19-May-1976)

Director: Arthur Penn

Writer: Thomas McGuane

Music by: John Williams

Producers: Elliott Kastner; Robert M. Sherman

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Luana Anders
Actor
12-May-1938 21-Jul-1996 The Pit and the Pendulum
Richard Bradford
Actor
10-Nov-1937   Man in a Suitcase
Marlon Brando
Actor
3-Apr-1924 1-Jul-2004 A Streetcar Named Desire
Frederic Forrest
Actor
23-Dec-1936   Apocalypse Now
Steve Franken
Actor
27-May-1932 24-Aug-2012 Chatsworth Osborne, Jr. on Dobie Gillis
Kathleen Lloyd
Actor
13-Sep-1948   It Lives Again
Jack Nicholson
Actor
22-Apr-1937   Chinatown
Randy Quaid
Actor
1-Oct-1950   Parents
Harry Dean Stanton
Actor
14-Jul-1926   Bathrobe-clad actor from Repo Man

CAST

Marlon Brando   ...   Lee Clayton
Jack Nicholson   ...   Tom Logan
Co-Starring
Randy Quaid   ...   Little Tod
Frederic Forrest   ...   Cary
Harry Dean Stanton   ...   Calvin
John McLiam   ...   David Braxton
John Ryan   ...   Si
Sam Gilman   ...   Hank Rate
And Introducing
Kathleen Lloyd   ...   Jane Braxton
Featured Players
Dan Ades   ...   John Quinn
Luana Anders   ...   Rancher's Wife
R. L. Armstrong   ...   Bob
Richard Bradford   ...   Pete Marker
Vern Chandler   ...   Vern
Steve Franken   ...   The Lonesome Kid
Virgil Frye   ...   Woody
Danny Goldman   ...   Baggage Clerk
James Greene   ...   Hellsgate Rancher
Dorothy Neumann   ...   Madame
Hunter Von Leer   ...   Sandy
Charles Wagenheim   ...   Freighter

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