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The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (2-Oct-1974)

Director: Joseph Sargent

Writer: Peter Stone

From novel: The Taking of Pelham One Two Three by John Godey

Music by: David Shire

Producers: Gabriel Katzka; Edgar J. Scherick

Keywords: Crime, Hijacking, New York

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Martin Balsam
Actor
4-Nov-1919 13-Feb-1996 A Thousand Clowns
Rudy Bond
Actor
1-Oct-1912 29-Mar-1982 A Streetcar Named Desire
James Broderick
Actor
7-Mar-1927 1-Nov-1982 Doug Lawrence on Family
Bill Cobbs
Actor
16-Jun-1935   Tony on The Drew Carey Show
Hector Elizondo
Actor
22-Dec-1936   Dr. Neven Bell on Monk
Earl Hindman
Actor
20-Oct-1943 29-Dec-2003 Elusive neighbor on Home Improvement
Walter Matthau
Actor
1-Oct-1920 1-Jul-2000 Messy half of the Odd Couple
Kenneth McMillan
Actor
2-Jul-1932 8-Jan-1989 Baron Vladimir Harkonnen
Dick O'Neill
Actor
29-Aug-1928 17-Nov-1998 Charlie Cagney on Cagney and Lacey
Doris Roberts
Actor
4-Nov-1930   Marie on Everybody Loves Raymond
Tony Roberts
Actor
22-Oct-1939   Annie Hall
Robert Shaw
Actor
9-Aug-1927 28-Aug-1978 Quint in Jaws
Jerry Stiller
Actor
8-Jun-1927   Frank Costanza on Seinfeld

CAST

Walter Matthau   ...   Lt. Garber
Robert Shaw   ...   Blue
Martin Balsam   ...   Green
Hector Elizondo   ...   Grey
Co-Starring
Earl Hindman   ...   Brown
James Broderick   ...   Denny Doyle
Dick O'Neill   ...   Correll
Lee Wallace   ...   The Mayor
Tom Pedi   ...   Caz Dolowicz
Beatrice Winde   ...   Mrs. Jenkins
Jerry Stiller   ...   Lt. Rico Patrone
Nathan George   ...   Ptl. James
Rudy Bond   ...   Police Commissioner
Kenneth McMillan   ...   Borough Commander
Doris Roberts   ...   Mayor's Wife
Julius Harris   ...   Inspector Daniels
The Hostages
Cynthia Belgrave   ...   The Maid
Anna Berger   ...   The Mother
Gary Bolling   ...   The Homosexual
Carol Cole   ...   The Secretary
Alex Colon   ...   The Delivery Boy
Joe Fields   ...   The Salesman
Mari Gorman   ...   The Hooker
Michael Gorrin   ...   The Old Man
Thomas La Fleur   ...   The Older Son
Maria Landa   ...   The Spanish Woman
Louise Larabee   ...   The Alcoholic
George Lee Miles   ...   The Pimp
Carolyn Nelson   ...   Coed #1
Eric O'Hanian   ...   The Younger Son
Lucy Saroyan   ...   Coed #2
William Snickowski   ...   The Hippie
Barry Snyder   ...   The W.A.S.P.
With
Walter Jones   ...   Mr. Mattson
Jerry Holland   ...   Bud Carmody
Robert Weil   ...   Marino
Penny Krompier   ...   T.A. Secretary
Christopher Murney   ...   Dispatcher
Tim Meyers   ...   Plumber
Ruth Attaway   ...   Mayor's Nurse
Thomas Barbour   ...   T.A. Chairman
Marvin Silbersher   ...   Comptroller
Simon Deckard   ...   Ptl. Miskowsky
Sal Viscuso   ...   Ptl. O'Keefe
Tony Fasce   ...   Ptl. Wentworth
Burtt Harris   ...   Ptl. Ricci
Gene Gross   ...   Muscat
Walter Lott   ...   Executive on train
Conrad Yama   ...   Mr. Tomashita
Sho Onodera   ...   Mr. Matsumoto
Toru Nagai   ...   Mr. Yashimura
Tura Nakamura   ...   Mr. Nakabashi
Rowena Rollins   ...   Angry Woman
Joseph Attles   ...   Angry Man
Willis Pinkett   ...   Towerman
Michelle Matthow   ...   T.A. Receptionist
Isabella Hoopes   ...   Woman on Platform
Bill Cobbs   ...   Man on Platform
Jim Pelham   ...   Subway Guard
Joe Seneca   ...   Police Sergeant
Gino Gennaro   ...   Police Lieutenant
Carmine Foresta   ...   Train Expediter
Tony Roberts   ...   Warren LaSalle

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