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Sam Whiskey (1-Apr-1969)

Director: Arnold Laven

Writer: William Norton

Music by: Herschel Burke Gilbert

Producers: Jules Levy; Arthur Gardner; Arnold Laven

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ossie Davis
Actor
18-Dec-1917 4-Feb-2005 Do The Right Thing
Angie Dickinson
Actor
30-Sep-1931   Police Woman
Burt Reynolds
Actor
11-Feb-1936   Moustached Cannonball Run actor
William Schallert
Actor
6-Jul-1922   Martin Lane on The Patty Duke Show
Clint Walker
Actor
30-May-1927   Movie cowboy

CAST

Starring
Burt Reynolds   ...   Sam Whiskey
Clint Walker   ...   O. W. Bandy
Ossie Davis   ...   Jed Hooker
with
William Schallert   ...   Mr. Perkins
Woodrow Parfrey   ...   Thorston Bromley
Rick Davis   ...   The Fat Man
Anthony James   ...   Cousin Leroy
Del Reeves   ...   The Fisherman
John Damler   ...   Hank
Bob Adler   ...   Pete
Chubby Johnson   ...   Blacksmith
Ayllene Gibbons   ...   Big Annie
Sidney Clute   ...   Supporting Cast
Amanda Harley   ...   Mrs. Perkins
William Boyett   ...   Supporting Cast
Tracey Roberts   ...   Supporting Cast
Forrest Wood   ...   Supporting Cast
Leroy Johnson   ...   Supporting Cast
George Sawaya   ...   Supporting Cast
Christopher King   ...   Supporting Cast
and
Angie Dickinson   ...   Laura Breckenridge
Background Narration by
Virgin Warner   ...   Narrator

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