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Zigzag (1970)

Director: Richard A. Colla

Writers: John T. Kelley; Robert Enders

Music by: Oliver Nelson

Producers: Robert Enders; Everett Freeman

Keywords: Thriller, Insurance Money

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Donner
Actor
27-Apr-1931 8-Jun-2006 Exidor on Mork and Mindy
Dana Elcar
Actor
10-Oct-1927 6-Jun-2005 Pete Thornton on MacGyver
Anne Jackson
Actor
3-Sep-1926   Folks!
George Kennedy
Actor
18-Feb-1925   Airport, Naked Gun
Joe Maross
Actor
7-Feb-1923 7-Nov-2009 Run Silent, Run Deep
Anita O'Day
Singer/Songwriter
18-Oct-1919 23-Nov-2006 Feminine master of scat
Eli Wallach
Actor
7-Dec-1915   The Magnificent Seven

CAST

George Kennedy   ...   Paul R. Cameron
Anne Jackson   ...   Jean Cameron
Eli Wallach   ...   Mario Gambretti
Co-Starring
Steve Ihnat   ...   Assistant DA Gates
William Marshall   ...   Morrie Bronson
Joe Maross   ...   Lt. Max Hines
Dana Elcar   ...   Harold Tracey
Walter Brooke   ...   Adam Mercer
Featuring
Anita O'Day   ...   Sheila Mangan
Joan Tompkins   ...   Judge Beth Weaver
Robert Sampson   ...   Burt Stennis
Leonard Stone   ...   Jim Barris
Stewart Moss   ...   Edgar Courtland
Charlene Holt   ...   Sara Raymond
Robert Donner   ...   Sgt. Mason Weber
Pamela Murphy   ...   Elaine Mercer
Abigail Shelton   ...   Muriel
Douglas Henderson   ...   Dr. Leonard
Robert Patten   ...   John Raymond
Richard McMurray   ...   Dr. Sean Thompson

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