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Billy Jack Goes to Washington (16-Apr-1977)

Director: Tom Laughlin (as "T. C. Frank")

Writers: Sidney Buchman; Lewis R. Foster; Tom Laughlin; Delores Taylor

Music by: Elmer Bernstein

Producer: Frank Capra, Jr.

Keywords: Drama, Washington DC

Second sequel to Billy Jack (1971).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lucie Arnaz
Actor
17-Jul-1951   Daughter of Lucy and Desi
Bill Ballance
Radio Personality
27-Oct-1918 23-Sep-2004 Shared naked pix of Dr. Laura
Dick Gautier
Actor
30-Oct-1931   Hymie on Get Smart
Tom Laughlin
Actor
10-Aug-1931 12-Dec-2013 Billy Jack
E. G. Marshall
Actor
18-Jun-1910 24-Aug-1998 Juror #4, 12 Angry Men
Pat O'Brien
Actor
11-Nov-1899 15-Oct-1983 Angels with Dirty Faces
Sarah Purcell
TV Personality
8-Oct-1948   Real People
Richard Sanders
Actor
23-Aug-1940   Les Nessman on WKRP
Kent Smith
Actor
19-Mar-1907 23-Apr-1985 Cat People
Suzanne Somers
Actor
16-Oct-1946   Chrissy on Three's Company
Sam Wanamaker
Actor
14-Jun-1919 19-Dec-1993 Rebuilt Globe Theatre

CAST

Tom Laughlin   ...   Billy Jack
Delores Taylor   ...   Jean Roberts
E. G. Marshall   ...   Sen. Joseph Paine
Teresa Laughlin   ...   Carol
Sam Wanamaker   ...   Bailey
Dick Gautier   ...   Gov. Hopper
Michael Irving   ...   McGhan
John Lawlor   ...   Dan McArthur
Peter Donat   ...   Ralph Butler
Co-Starring
Kathy Cronkite   ...   Supporting Cast
Dennis O'Flaherty   ...   Supporting Cast
Julie Webb   ...   Supporting Cast
Carla Broelli   ...   Supporting Cast
Russell Lane   ...   Supporting Cast
Sarah Purcell   ...   Supporting Cast
Pat O'Brien   ...   President of Senate
William Wellman, Jr.   ...   Supporting Cast
Victor Izay   ...   Supporting Cast
Lucie Arnaz   ...   Saunders
John P. Kenny   ...   Supporting Cast
Jack Stanley   ...   Supporting Cast
Richard Sanders   ...   Supporting Cast
Harry Holcombe   ...   Supporting Cast
Stanley Brock   ...   Supporting Cast
Suzanne Somers   ...   Supporting Cast
Rolling Thunder   ...   Supporting Cast
Don Keefer   ...   Supporting Cast
Alison Terry   ...   Supporting Cast
Larry Carroll   ...   Supporting Cast
J. Diana Lewis   ...   Supporting Cast
Gillian Gordon   ...   Supporting Cast
Bill Ballance   ...   Supporting Cast
Gwen Farrell   ...   Supporting Cast
Susan Friedman   ...   Supporting Cast
Joe Klein   ...   Supporting Cast
Chere Bryson   ...   Supporting Cast
Sharon Benyakar   ...   Supporting Cast
Ronn Cummins   ...   Supporting Cast
Alison Coutts   ...   Supporting Cast
Mary Cameron Moon   ...   Supporting Cast
Norman Stevans   ...   Supporting Cast
Scott Linquist   ...   Supporting Cast
Tony Regan   ...   Supporting Cast
Robert Karnes   ...   Supporting Cast
George D. Wallace   ...   Supporting Cast
Victor Pinheiro   ...   Supporting Cast
M. Charlotte McGinnis   ...   Supporting Cast
Roger Price   ...   Supporting Cast
Dave Milton   ...   Supporting Cast
Orville Sherman   ...   Supporting Cast
Bill Walker   ...   Supporting Cast
John Gowans   ...   Supporting Cast
Michael Dan Wagner   ...   Supporting Cast
James O'Connell   ...   Supporting Cast
Fred Slyter   ...   Supporting Cast
Hugh Gillin   ...   Supporting Cast
Richard Kennedy   ...   Supporting Cast
Davis Roberts   ...   Supporting Cast
Mary Ann Gibson   ...   Supporting Cast
Ollie O'Toole   ...   Supporting Cast
Carmen Zapata   ...   Supporting Cast
Edmund Penney   ...   Supporting Cast
Adrienne Hayes   ...   Supporting Cast
Kenn DuMain   ...   Supporting Cast
Sherri Ackerman   ...   Supporting Cast

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