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Rape Squad (Aug-1974)

Director: Robert Kelljchian

Writers: David Kidd (as "Betty Conklin"); H. R. Christian

Music Composed and Conducted by: Bill Marx

Producer: Buzz Feitshans

Keywords: Crime, Rape

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Peter Brown
Actor
5-Oct-1935   Deputy Johnny McKay in Lawman
Ross Elliott
Actor
18-Jun-1917 12-Aug-1999 Sheriff Abbott on The Virginian
Jo Ann Harris
Actor
27-May-1949   The Beguiled
Steve Kanaly
Actor
14-Mar-1946   Ray Krebbs on Dallas
Tony Young
Actor
28-Jun-1937 26-Feb-2002 Taggart

CAST

starring
Jo Ann Harris   ...   Linda
Peter Brown   ...   Jack
co-starring
Jennifer Lee   ...   Nancy
Lisa Moore   ...   Karen
Connie Strickland   ...   Teresa
Patricia Estrin   ...   Angie
Lada Edmund, Jr.   ...   Tiny
and
Tony Young   ...   Bud
featuring
Steve Kanaly   ...   Tom
Joan McCall   ...   Gloria
Ninette Bravo   ...   Joyce
Marie O. Henry   ...   Kathleen
Jay Fletcher   ...   Pimping Percy
Anneka DeLorrenzo   ...   Chris
John Pickard   ...   Dr. Schetman
Ross Elliott   ...   Sgt. Long
and
Stanley Adams   ...   Foul Mouth
Ginger Mason   ...   Diane
Holly Harris   ...   Woman at Ranch
James Kingsley   ...   Athlete
Esther Sutherland   ...   Woman at Laundromat
Hank Rolike   ...   Vendor
Alyscia Maxwell   ...   Regina
Cheryl Waters   ...   Tamara
Guy Hemric   ...   Suspect #1
Fred Lerner   ...   Suspect #2
Marc Seaton   ...   Buddy
Troy Melton   ...   Bartender
Clint Young   ...   Dave
Dennis Cross   ...   Larry

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