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The Trail to Hope Rose (3-Jul-2004)

Director: David S. Cass, Sr.

Writer: Kevin Cutts

Music by: Joe Kraemer

Producers: James Wilberger; Kyle Clark

Keywords: Western

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ernest Borgnine
Actor
24-Jan-1917 8-Jul-2012 Marty
Lee Majors
Actor
23-Apr-1939   Six Million Dollar Man
Lou Diamond Phillips
Actor
17-Feb-1962   Young Guns II
Warren Stevens
Actor
2-Nov-1919 27-Mar-2012 Forbidden Planet
Buck Taylor
Actor
13-May-1938   Newly O'Brien on Gunsmoke
Richard Tyson
Actor
13-Feb-1961   Kindergarten Cop
Tracey Walter
Actor
25-Nov-1942   Miller in Repo Man

CAST

Lou Diamond Phillips   ...   Keenan Deerfield
Ernest Borgnine   ...   Eugene
Richard Tyson   ...   Gerald Ruthledge
Marina Black   ...   Christine Beckford
Warren Stevens   ...   Samuel Drigger
Jonathan Murphy   ...   Jack Lester
Casey Sander   ...   Richard Johnson
David Shackelford   ...   A. J. Foster
Paul Hewitt   ...   Roy Drigger
Buck Taylor   ...   Parson Brown
Tracey Walter   ...   Doc
Spencer Redford   ...   Charmaine Stough
Tom Everett   ...   Henry Stough
Jenny Sullivan   ...   Mrs. Stough
and
Lee Majors   ...   Marshall Toll
Marty Papazian   ...   Durham
Dennis Fitzgerald   ...   Sampson
Sara De Berry   ...   Hope Rose
Jacleen Haber   ...   Francine
Dave McQuade   ...   Mine Cook
John Dybdahl   ...   Young Miner
Julie Mikhaele Clark   ...   Baby Hope Rose

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