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1918 (26-Apr-1985)

Director: Ken Harrison

Writer: Horton Foote

From a play: 1918 by Horton Foote

Producers: Lillian Vallish Foote; Ross Milloy

Keywords: Drama, WWI

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Matthew Broderick
Actor
21-Mar-1962   Ferris Bueller's Day Off

CAST

William Converse-Roberts   ...   Horace Robedeaux
Hallie Foote   ...   Elizabeth Robedeaux
Matthew Broderick   ...   Brother Vaughn
Michael Higgins   ...   Mr. Vaughn
Rochelle Oliver   ...   Mrs. Vaughn
Carol Goodheart   ...   Ruth Amos
Jeanne McCarthy   ...   Bessie
Peggy Feury   ...   Mrs. Boone
Erin McLemore   ...   Jenny Robedeaux
Bill McGhee   ...   Sam
Buffy Carroll   ...   Gladys Maud
Belinda Jackson   ...   Irma Sue
Randy Moore   ...   Dr. White
Margaret Spalding   ...   Mrs. Cunningham
Norma Allen   ...   Mrs. Gregory
Betty Murphy   ...   Verna
Horton Foote, Jr.   ...   Jessie
Gil Glasgow   ...   Davis
Nick Jordan   ...   Jerry
Jerry Biggs   ...   Clyde
L. T. Felty   ...   Mr. Thatcher
Tom Murrel   ...   Stanley
Phillip Smith   ...   Bill
Anna Harrison   ...   Mary Beth
Lisa Howard   ...   Constance
Joe Asberry   ...   Ira
Janice Woodson   ...   Country Woman
Bill Spalding   ...   Man #1
Frost O. Myers   ...   Man #2
Steve Chudej   ...   Clyde's Friend
Nancy Harrison   ...   Aunt Inez
Cole Harrison   ...   Boy in Graveyard
B. Jackson   ...   Baby Horace, Jr.
Louise Reglin   ...   Piano Player
Joseph Smith   ...   Platoon Leader
Alan Alexander   ...   Straggler

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