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The Island (13-Jun-1980)

Director: Michael Ritchie

Writer: Peter Benchley

From novel by: Peter Benchley

Music Composed and Conducted by: Ennio Morricone

Producers: Richard D. Zanuck; David Brown

Keywords: Action/Adventure

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Caine
Actor
14-Mar-1933   Get Carter
Zakes Mokae
Actor
5-Aug-1935   The Serpent and the Rainbow
Dudley Sutton
Actor
6-Apr-1933   Tinker Dill on Lovejoy
David Warner
Actor
29-Jul-1941   The Omen

CAST

Michael Caine   ...   Maynard
Starring
David Warner   ...   Nau
Co-Starring
Angela Punch McGregor   ...   Beth
Frank Middlemass   ...   Windsor
With
Don Henderson   ...   Rollo
Dudley Sutton   ...   Dr. Brazil
Colin Jeavons   ...   Hizzoner
Zakes Mokae   ...   Wescott
Brad Sullivan   ...   Stark
John O'Leary   ...   Doctor #1
and introducing
Jeffrey Frank   ...   Justin
Bruce McLaughlin   ...   Doctor #2
Jimmy Casino   ...   Doctor #3
Suzanne Astor   ...   Mrs. Burgess
Susan Bredhoff   ...   Kate
Reg Evans   ...   Jack the Bat
Steve Gladstone   ...   Pirate
David Hart   ...   Attendant
Robert Hirschfeld   ...   Cook
Gary Hoffman   ...   Mr. Burgess
George Marshall Ruge   ...   Seaman #1
John Macchia   ...   Seaman #2
Ricky Rincon   ...   Manuel
Robert Thomas Salmi   ...   Ship Captain
William Schilling   ...   Baxter
Stewart Steinberg   ...   Hiller
Bob Westmoreland   ...   Charter Boat Captain
Mark Westwood   ...   Coast Guardsman

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