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Andrew Duncan

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Cast (feature film)

Luckiest Man in the World, The (1989) as Minister
Comedy-drama about how a wealthy man attempts to undo all the suffering he has caused the people who surround him, including his wife, mistress, and children.
Morgan Stewart's Coming Home (1987) as General Fenton
Seven years ago, a senator and his social-climbing wife sent their son Morgan to boarding school and have routinely ignored him ever since. When the holidays arrive this year, Morgan once again gets the sad news that they are too busy to have him come home, but then change their minds and ask him to
Gig, The (1985) as Jack Larmon
A group of middle-aged friends gather together to play jazz as a diversion in their lives, but when they are hired for their first professional job, it becomes a different experience.
Used Cars (1980) as Charlie
When his boss is killed, a car salesman tries to save the lot and his job.
Day the Women Got Even, The (1980) as Dr Bill Scott
Four suburban housewives, with a love for the theatre, set out to foil an unscrupulous talent agent who has threatened to blackmail each of them. Jo Ann Pflug, Georgia Engel, Tina Louise and Barbara Rhoades, as the quartet, received equal star billing by having their names rotating in a circle. The
F.D.R. -- The Last Year (1980) as Robert Nixon
Jason Robards, who was seen as Leland Hayward initially only the night before, starred as a dying Franklin Delano Roosevelt in this dramatization of Jim Bishop's book, and garnered an Emmy Award nomination as Outstanding Actor. This production, taped rather than filmed, also brought a Supporting Act
Line, The (1980) as Chaplain
An account of the Presidio mutiny of 1968, in which twenty-seven prisoners participated in a sit-down strike at the stockade in Presidio, California. The protest was sparked by the death of a prisoner, overcrowding in the stockade, alleged mistreatment by guards, and set in motion when four AWOL sol
Attica (1980) as Lieutenant John Driscoll
Acclaimed dramatization of Tom Wicker's book recreating the incidents surrounding the 1971 revolt in New York's Attica State Prison that lasted for 23 days and resulted in the greatest casualty toll between Americans since the Civil War. Marvin J. Chomsky won an Emmy Award for his direction, and nom
A Little Romance (1979) as Bob Duryea
Teenagers elope with the help of an aging pickpocket.
Firepower (1979) as Cooper
Last Embrace (1979) as Bernie Weckler
A government agent can''''t tell whether he''''s going mad or his colleagues are really trying to kill him.
Unmarried Woman, An (1978) as Bob
Erica seemingly has the perfect life until her husband informs her he's leaving her for another woman. With help from a therapist and a supportive group of friends, she recovers and begins to build a life for herself. She even entertains the possibility of a new relationship.
Slap Shot (1977) as Jim Carr
A failing hockey team bounces back when they switch to a more violent approach.
La Honte de la jungle (1975) as Voice
Silence, The (1975) as Mr Pelosi
This fact-based drama has a West Point cadet reliving for a TV playwright his experiences of being subjected to total exile after being accused of violating the school's honor code.
Foreplay (1974) as Hurdlemeyer
In this film made up of three stories, each revolves around some kind of sexual theme: In the first, a man buys an animate sex doll and has many problems getting it into his bed. In the second, a man cures his writer's block by undressing various women. And in the last story, the daughter of the Pre
Crazy World of Julius Vrooder, The (1974) as Chaplain
After returning home, a Vietnam veteran lives in the psychiatric ward on the V.A. hospital, because he cannot cope with the craziness of the world.
I Could Never Have Sex With Any Man Who Has So Little Regard For My Husband (1973) as Stanley
Two middle-aged couples rent a cottage in Martha''s Vineyard for the summer, with the intent of doing some partner-swapping. Once they arrive, they sit around discussing the pros and cons of doing so.
Parades (1972) as Chaplain
When an American soldier comes home after going AWOL in Vietnam, his parents turn him to the authorities. He is court-martialled and sent to the military prison at Fort Nix where he is mistreated. Later, he and some of the other prisoners speak out about the unfair conditions in the stockade.
The Hospital (1971) as William Mead
A harried hospital administrator copes with rising costs, a seductive young woman and a serial killer.
Loving (1970) as Willy
A conflicted artist tries to find a sense of purpose in life.
Love Story (1970) as Reverend Blauvelt
Students from opposite sides of the tracks fight for their love.
The Rain People (1969) as Artie
A housewife who feels trapped leaves home and takes up with a hitchhiker.
The Virgin President (1968) as Secretary of Defense William Salvo

Cast (special)

As Caesar Sees It (1962) as Regular
A series of syndicated specials of music and comedy presided over by comedy great Sid Caesar.

Editing (special)

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