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High Noon II: The Return of Will Kane (15-Nov-1980)

Director: Jerry Jameson

Writer: Elmore Leonard

Producer: Edward J. Montagne

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frank Campanella
Actor
12-Mar-1919 30-Dec-2006 Character actor
Katherine Cannon
Actor
6-Sep-1953   Mae Woodward on Father Murphy
David Carradine
Actor
8-Dec-1936 3-Jun-2009 Grasshopper
Stoney Jackson
Actor
27-Feb-1960   Character actor, 1980s to present
Lee Majors
Actor
23-Apr-1939   Six Million Dollar Man
J. A. Preston
Actor
?   Allen Brooks on All's Fair
Pernell Roberts
Actor
18-May-1928 24-Jan-2010 Trapper John, M.D.
M. Emmet Walsh
Actor
22-Mar-1935   Grizzled character actor
Tracey Walter
Actor
25-Nov-1942   Miller in Repo Man

CAST

Starring
Lee Majors   ...   Will Kane
David Carradine   ...   Ben Irons
J. A. Preston   ...   Alonzo
Michael Pataki   ...   Darold
Katherine Cannon   ...   Amy Kane
Also Starring
M. Emmet Walsh   ...   Harold Patton
Frank Campanella   ...   Dr. Losey
Tracey Walter   ...   Harlan Tyler
Britt Leach   ...   Virgil
Pernell Roberts   ...   J. D. Ward
Charles Benton   ...   Emmett
Sanford Gibbons   ...   Frank Stam
Stoney Jackson   ...   Telegrapher
Francesca Jarvis   ...   Mrs. Garver
Henry Kendrick   ...   Martin Garver
Kirk Koskella   ...   Richie
Warren Stanhope   ...   Desk Clerk
Tiny Welles   ...   Riley

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