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Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round (12-Oct-1966)

Director: Bernard Girard

Writer: Bernard Girard

Music: Stu Phillips

Producer: Carter DeHaven

Keywords: Crime, Airport

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Coburn
Actor
31-Aug-1928 18-Nov-2002 Our Man Flint
Severn Darden
Actor
9-Nov-1929 27-May-1995 Second City
Rose Marie
Actor
15-Aug-1923   Sally Rogers on The Dick Van Dyke Show
Aldo Ray
Actor
25-Sep-1926 27-Mar-1991 The Green Berets
Simon Scott
Actor
21-Sep-1920 11-Dec-1991 Arnold Slocum on Trapper John, M.D.
Robert Webber
Actor
14-Oct-1924 19-May-1989 12 Angry Men
James Westerfield
Actor
22-Mar-1913 20-Sep-1971 On the Waterfront

CAST

James Coburn   ...   Eli Kotch
Co-Starring
Camilla Sparv   ...   Inger Knudson
Aldo Ray   ...   Eddie Hart
Nina Wayne   ...   Frieda Schmid
Robert Webber   ...   Milo Stewart
with
Todd Armstrong   ...   Alfred Morgan
Michael Strong   ...   Paul Feng
Marian Moses   ...   Dr. Marion Hague
Severn Darden   ...   Miles Fisher
James Westerfield   ...   Jack Balter
Simon Scott   ...   William Anderson
Phillip E. Pine   ...   George Logan
Ben Astar   ...   Gen. Mailenkoff
Michael St. Angel   ...   Capt. William Yates
Lawrence Mann   ...   Officer Howard
Alex Rodine   ...   Translator
Albert Nalbandian   ...   Willie Manus
and
Rose Marie   ...   Margaret Kirby
Tyler McVey   ...   Lyman Mann
Roy Glenn   ...   Sgt. Elmer K. Coxe

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