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Red River (10-Apr-1988)

Director: Richard Michaels

Writer: Richard Fielder

Music by: Ken Wannberg

Producers: Michael Rauch; Matthew Rushton

Keywords: Drama

Remake of Red River (1948).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Arness
Actor
26-May-1923 3-Jun-2011 Marshal Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke
Bruce Boxleitner
Actor
12-May-1950   Babylon 5
Ty Hardin
Actor
1-Jan-1930   Bronco
Gregory Harrison
Actor
31-May-1950   Gonzo Gates on Trapper John
Robert Horton
Actor
29-Jul-1924   Flint McCullough on Wagon Train
Laura Johnson
Actor
1-Aug-1957   Falcon Crest
L. Q. Jones
Actor
19-Aug-1927   Battle Cry
Guy Madison
Actor
19-Jan-1922 6-Feb-1996 Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok
Stan Shaw
Actor
14-Jul-1952   Snake Eyes
Ray Walston
Actor
2-Dec-1914 1-Jan-2001 My Favorite Martian

CAST

James Arness   ...   Thomas Dunson
Bruce Boxleitner   ...   Matthew Garth
and
Gregory Harrison   ...   Cherry Valance
Starring
Ray Walston   ...   Groot
Laura Johnson   ...   Kate
Zachary Ansley   ...   Cal
L. Q. Jones   ...   Sims
Jerry Potter   ...   Teeler
Burton Gilliam   ...   Buster
and
Stan Shaw   ...   Jack Byrd
Special Appearances by
Ty Hardin   ...   Cotton
Robert Horton   ...   Melville
John Lupton   ...   Eli Pruitt
Guy Madison   ...   Bill Meeker
Also Starring
Travis Swords   ...   Bunk Kennelly
Temple Williams   ...   Boots
with
Donnie Jeffcoat   ...   Young Matt
James Oscar Lee   ...   Laredo
Johnmark Bradley   ...   Walt
Bud Stout   ...   Hank

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