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Cast (feature film)

1.
Perfect Storm, The (2000) as Quentin--The Old Timer
On Halloween 1991, 200 miles off the Gloucester, Massachusetts shore, a collision of monstrous storms leaves the swordfishing boat, the Andrea Gail, stranded in the high seas, defenseless in what meteorologists have called "the storm of the century." At the helm is the dedicated but grizzled captain Billy Tyne who takes his crew out for one last run for the season in the hopes of making a lucrative catch. But the trip is a gamble, as for the best fishing the crew must head to the dreaded Flemish Cap -- an area of ocean noted as much for its bad weather as it is for its good fish.
2.
Switchback (1997) as Tex
An FBI agent from the East tracks a brilliant but nameless serial killer who has kidnaped his son, the latest move in a vicious game of cat and mouse. From a death-filled room in Amarillo, Texas to a snow-choked train pass through the Rockies, he follows a former railway man and a mysterious young h
3.
Lightning Jack (1994) as Mr Curren
The story of a turn-of-the-century bank thief who, after his gang is wiped out, takes a young mute man hostage. The young man then tries to be his partner in crime.
4.
Under Siege (1992) as Calaway
It's up to the cook to save the day when terrorists take over a nuclear-armed battleship in "Under Siege" (1992), the action-packed thriller that captures Steven Seagal at the zenith of his stardom. Seagal is the former Navy SEAL turned cook who is on the scene when Tommy Lee Jones and Gary Busey lead a siege on the USS Missouri. Leaving the ship's galley, he declares a one-man war, taking out the intruders with neck-breaking high kicks and furious fists. Erika Eleniak and Patrick O'Neal costar.
5.
Who Killed the Baby Jesus? (1992) as Kirk Vaughn
Account of the turbulent relationship between an evil, manipulative mother, her victimized daughter and a heartless hitman.
6.
Delta Force 3: The Killing Game (1991) as General Wilson
Americans and Soviets join forces to stop a sadistic Middle Eastern ruler who dispatches human bombs to kill high-ranking officials around the world.
7.
Blue Desert (1990) as Walter
A comic-book artist, after being violently attacked on the streets of New York City, relocates to the Southwest where her arrival raises interest among the locals.
8.
Man Against The Mob (1989)
Set in Los Angeles in the '40s, a group of tough, honest detectives fight to keep the city free from organized crime.
9.
Man Against the Mob: The Chinatown Murders (1989)
George Peppard reprises his role as Sergeant Frank Doakey, an honest police detective who is fighting to keep organized crime out of Los Angeles in the 1940s. In this sequel, Doakey follows a trail of murder which leads him to uncover a prostitution ring operated by mobsters in Chinatown.
10.
Town Bully, The (1988) as Sheriff Abe Jenkins
A town unites to murder the local bully and then covers up the deed, while the county prosecutor is determined to uphold the law and seek out the killer.
11.
On Fire (1987) as Detective Boomer
A man is desperate to recapture his dignity and self-worth after mandatory retirement from his job as chief arson investigator for a big-city fire department.
12.
LBJ: The Early Years (1987)
A television movie about the political career of Lyndon Johnson from 1934 until his ascension to the Presidency in 1963. The story begins in 1934 when Johnson is a secretary to a Texas congressman and while he's courting Ladybird Taylor, with whom he later eloped. Johnson returns to Washington in 19
13.
Movers And Shakers (1985)
A Hollywood studio head promises a dying friend to turn a notorious sex manual into a movie.
14.
Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985)
After graduating from the Police Academy, Mahoney and his friends are ready to deal with true crime. Their initial assignment is to stop a gang of tough graffiti artists, but the new lieutenant at the station does not want them to succeed. So the lieutenant does everything he can to see them fail, and the former cadets repond by planning revenge on him.
15.
Tank (1984) as General Hubik
When his son winds up in jail for a crime he did not commit, a dedicated Army sergeant decides to take matters into his own hands and becomes a media hero for using his restored Sherman tank on the Georgia sheriff who framed his son.
16.
Cocaine: One Man's Seduction (1983) as Judge
Dennis Weaver is a successful real estate agent whose introduction by Pamela Bellwood and her lawyer boyfriend, David Ackroyd, to cocaine during a business slump gets him hooked and threatens his marriage (to Karen Grassle), his career and his life.
17.
Cujo (1983) as Bannerman
A rabid Saint Bernard traps a mother and her young son in their stalled car at a rural, isolated homestead.
18.
Airplane II: The Sequel (1982) as Defense Attorney
This time around the ill-fated aircraft of the original version, AIRPLANE!, is now a Moon-bound space shuttle but the same crew of loonies are still at the controls, along with some additional cameo appearances by such veteran stars as Sonny Bono, Chuck Connors, Rip Torn, Richard Jaeckel, Sandahl Bergman, John Dehner, and Jack Jones.
19.
Fast-Walking (1982) as Warden Riker
A corrupt prison guard is hired first to help a black revolutionary escape, then to kill him.
20.
In Love With an Older Woman (1982) as Riggs
Junior partner in a San Francisco law firm finds his life taking on new meaning when he meets the firm's newest employee, a free-spirited woman fifteen years his senior, and is invited to move in with her. The one hitch is that she has a daughter his age.
21.
Some Kind Of Hero (1982) as Colonel Maxwell
A Vietnam veteran who has spent six years in a prison camp comes home to a hero's welcome in Los Angeles that becomes overshadowed with finding out his family has gone to pot as well as any money he had saved.
22.
Twirl (1981) as Chief Ed Morgan
In TV's sardonic answer to Michael Ritchie's theatrical movie, "Smile", a baton-twirling contest in a small Texas town and parental "winning is everything" pressures provide the thrust of this film that showcases many of the contemporary figures from the television scene and one or two from the past
23.
Wholly Moses! (1980) as Taskmaster
Two tourists find the "Book of Herschel" hidden in the desert. Herschel is the son of a sculptor who specializes in images of the gods. When he goes up to the top of Mount Sinai one day he hears God's instructions to Moses and writes them down himself. He then tries to lead his people out of Egypt,
24.
Solitary Man, The (1979) as Mr Henricks
A blue-collar "Kramer vs. Kramer", this drama focuses on a family man's adjustment after his wife of fifteen years one day blurts out that she wants a divorce and leaves him to construct a new life.
25.
The Onion Field (1979) as Pawnbroker
When his partner is killed by a disturbed ex-con, a policeman struggles to regain his confidence.
26.
Beggarman, Thief (1979)
The two-part, four-hour sequel to Irwin Shaw's "Rich Man, Poor Man" and the vastly successful miniseries made from it (and the subsequent, less-successful short-lived series, "Rich Man, Poor Man -- Book II," during the 1976-77 season). Moviemaker Gretchen Jordache, the sister not seen in either of t
27.
Rose, The (1979) as Rose'S Father
The tragic story of a self destructive rock star, modeled after Janis Joplin.
28.
Being There (1979) as Senator Slipshod
Political pundits mistake an illiterate gardener for a media genius and turn him into a national hero.
29.
Golden Gate Murders, The (1979) as George Walker
Gruff detective Janssen reluctantly joins with nun York to prove that a priest's fall from the Golden Gate Bridge was murder instead of the official verdict of suicide. This had all the look of a pilot to a prospective and somewhat off-beat series, and has been shown theatrically overseas as "Specte
30.
Sergeant Matlovich vs. the U.S. Air Force (1978)
A strong drama based on the true story of an Air Force sergeant's fight to stay in the service after admitting his homosexuality.
31.
F.I.S.T. (1978) as The Man
A small-time union member trades his integrity for power within the organization.
32.
Lacy and the Mississippi Queen (1978) as Mitchell Beacon
This lighthearted Western was an unsuccessful series pilot in which two sisters -- a gun-toting tomboy and a beauty with an engaging smile -- team up to track down a pair of train robbers, suspects in the shooting of their father.
33.
Ruby and Oswald (1978) as Chief Curry
A dramatic re-creation of the four-day span preceding and following the assassination of John Kennedy in November 1963, drawn from authenticated events and eye-witness accounts.
34.
Good Against Evil (1977) as Lieutenant Taggert
An exorcism movie in which a young couple is beset by evil forces -- she's been spoken for by the devil. In syndication, the film now runs two hours.
35.
Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence (1976) as 1st Deputy Marshal
After many years in the fictional world of criminal law, first as Perry Mason and then as Robert T. Ironside, Burr returned to familiar ground in this pilot about a prominent lawyer with a tarnished reputation who defends a young man charged with committing homicide in prison.
36.
Disappearance of Aimee, The (1976) as Judge Blake
A dramatization of the unexplained six-week disappearance in 1926 of evangelist Aimee Semple McPhearson after which a court hearing had to decide whether she had been kidnapped to Mexico as she claimed or had been trysting with a married man as the police and her mother (played by Bette Davis) suspe
37.
Kansas City Massacre, The (1975) as Ivery
Robertson here reprises his role of the flamboyant Melvin Purvis that he originated in Dan Curtis' "Melvin Purvis, G-Man" (1974) and takes on the crime cartel formed by Pretty Boy Floyd, John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, Alvin Karpis and others. Their crime wave ended in the notorious Kansas City ma
38.
The Hindenburg (1975) as Detective Grunberger
Sabotage causes the airship Hindenburg to crash on arrival at New York in this disaster film.
39.
Law, The (1974) as Hoak
A sensational homicide trial is the focal point of this incisive examination of the inner working of a large city's legal system and was the Emmy Award-winner as the Outstanding Dramatic Special of the 1974-75 TV season. Director John Badham also was nominated.
40.
Execution Of Private Slovik, The (1974) as Enhardt
Martin Sheen received an Emmy nomination for his portrayal of the only American soldier to be executed for desertion since the Civil War, going to the firing squad in 1945. The film, Emmy-nominated as Outstanding Drama of the 1973-74 season, is a dramatization of William Bradford Huie's controversia
41.
Morning After, The (1974) as Telly
Dick Van Dyke made his TV dramatic debut in this drama about a successful public relations writer whose refusal to admit that he is an alcoholic causes him to lose his self-respect, his career, his family and very nearly his life. Van Dyke's performance earned him an Emmy nomination.
42.
Shirts/Skins (1973) as Patient
A sardonic comedy about six businessmen who find their zest for life rekindled when a simple bet after their weekly basketball game turns into a zany anything-goes hide-and-seek contest.
43.
Executive Action (1973) as Policeman
A dramatic hypothesis constructed from the conspiracy theories advanced by persistent Kennedy assassination investigator Mark Lane, in turn based on evidence the Warren Commission refused to hear.

Cast (special)

44.
I Do, I Don't (1983) as Sheriff Mcdermott (Guest)
The misadventures of Shelley Hewitt, a woman married for the second time, who finds her life plagued by the constant intrusion of her first husband, Ivan, who seeks to win her back. In the pilot episode, Ivan tries to impress Shelley when a scheduling mixup reunites them for the weekend at a mountai

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

45.
Captains and the Kings (1976)
The nine-hour serialization of Taylor Caldwell's novel about an Irish immigrant and the establishment of his family name through the accumulation of wealth and power during the years from 1857 to 1912, along with his goal of having his son elected the first Catholic President of the United States, g
46.
Captains And The Kings (Part 5 and 6) (1976)
The nine-hour serialization of Taylor Caldwell's novel about an Irish immigrant and the establishment of his family name through the accumulation of wealth and power during the years from 1857 to 1912, along with his goal of having his son elected the first Catholic President of the United States, g

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

47.
Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story (1980) as Mcintire
Clarence Carnes, an Indian from Oklahoma who as a teenager was the youngest convict ever incarcerated at Alcatraz following a gas station holdup/murder, is the central figure in this fictionalized, glorified B-movie account by screenwriter Ernest Tidyman of how Carnes spent decades hatching various
48.
Aspen (1977)
A chic Colorado ski resort in the '60s is the setting for illicit love, corruption and a sensational murder trial in this melodrama woven together from two novels (actually the title of one, the plot of the other) and subsequently spiced up with a new, more intriguing title the second time around. I

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