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Skeleton Coast (1988)

Director: John "Bud" Cardos

Writers: Nadia Caillou; Harry Alan Towers (as "Peter Welbeck")

Music by: Colin Shapiro; Barry Bekker

Producer: Harry Alan Towers

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ernest Borgnine
Actor
24-Jan-1917 8-Jul-2012 Marty
Leon Isaac Kennedy
Disc Jockey
1-Jan-1949   Too Sweet
Herbert Lom
Actor
11-Sep-1917 27-Sep-2012 Chief Inspector Dreyfus
Oliver Reed
Actor
13-Feb-1938 2-May-1999 Lion of the Desert
Robert Vaughn
Actor
22-Nov-1932   Napoleon Solo on The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Arnold Vosloo
Actor
16-Jun-1962   The Mummy

CAST

Starring
Ernest Borgnine   ...   Col. Smith
Daniel Greene   ...   Rick
Oliver Reed   ...   Capt. Simpson
Herbert Lom   ...   Elia
and
Robert Vaughn   ...   Col. Schneider
with
Simon Sabela   ...   Sekatsi
Leon Isaac Kennedy   ...   Chuck
Nancy Mulford   ...   Sam
Peter Kwong   ...   Tohsiro
Robin Townsend   ...   Opal
Arnold Vosloo   ...   Blade
Tullio Moneta   ...   Armand
Larry Taylor   ...   Robbins
Jonathan Rands   ...   Michael Smith
Rudi De Jager   ...   Lt. Schmidt
Anthony Wilson   ...   Malko
Joe Ribeiro   ...   Manuel Lascado
Nigel Kane   ...   Marcus
Tony Tarr   ...   Derent
Freddie Frewer   ...   Brock
Andrew Donald   ...   Cuban Doctor
Ernest Ndhlovu   ...   Rifaso
Claudia Noble   ...   Typist
Ali Sathikge   ...   Cell Guard
James Winkler   ...   Sergeant
Rhoo Hlatswayo   ...   Mapo
Marc Roper   ...   Pilot

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