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The Gauntlet (10-Feb-1978)

Director: Clint Eastwood

Writers: Michael Butler; Dennis Shryack

Music by: Jerry Fielding

Producer: Robert Daley

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carole Cook
1928   The Incredible Mr. Limpet
Mara Corday
3-Jan-1930   Playboy Playmate and bit actress
Clint Eastwood
31-May-1930   The Man With No Name
Pat Hingle
19-Jul-1924 3-Jan-2009 Commissioner Gordon in Batman films
Sondra Locke
28-May-1944   The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter
Bill McKinney
12-Sep-1931 1-Dec-2011 Deliverance


Clint Eastwood   ...   Ben Shockley
Sondra Locke   ...   Gus Mally
Pat Hingle   ...   Josephson
William Prince   ...   Blakelock
Bill McKinney   ...   Constable
Michael Cavanaugh   ...   Feyderspiel
Carole Cook   ...   Waitress
Mara Corday   ...   Jail Matron
Douglas McGrath   ...   Bookie
Jeff Morris   ...   Desk Sergeant
Samantha Doane   ...   Biker
Roy Jenson   ...   Biker
Dan Vadis   ...   Biker
Carver Barnes   ...   Bus Driver
Robert Barrett   ...   Paramedic
Teddy Bear   ...   Lieutenant
Mildren J. Brion   ...   Old Lady on Bus
Ron Chapman   ...   Veteran Cop
Don Circle   ...   Bus Clerk
James W. Gavin   ...   Helicopter Pilot
Tom Friedkin   ...   Helicopter Pilot
Darwin Lamb   ...   Police Captain
Roger Lowe   ...   Paramedic Driver
Fritz Manes   ...   Helicopter Gunman
John Quiroga   ...   Cab Driver
Joe Rainer   ...   Rookie Cop
Art Rimdzius   ...   Judge
Al Silvani   ...   Police Sergeant


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