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Cast (feature film)

Tripper, The (2007)
A group of free-love hippies attend an outdoor music and camping festival only to find themselves stalked by a maniac with a Ronald Reagan fixation and his killer dog, Nancy.
Foreign Affair, A (2003) as Funeral Director
When their Mom dies, farmboys Jake and Josh realize they are incapable of cooking and cleaning, so decide to go to Russia to buy a wife. Older brother Jake plans the trip with military precision but Josh is like a kid in a candy store. Josh starts spending all their hard-earned cash on drinks, parti
Project Viper (2002) as Local Man
In an attept to create a being that could survive in space, Nancy Burnham has finally perfected a technology that splices human genes with computer chips, creating a super-creature called V.I.P.E.R., which can survive in any atmosphere. However, before they can launch V.I.P.E.R. into space, the prot
St. Patrick's Day (1999) as Thomas
During a family reunion, the matriarch of an Irish-American clan in Connecticut throws the family into a state of shock when she announces that she is giving up drinking... and expects her family to do the same for the rest of the weekend.
Shout (1991) as Minister
Musical set in Texas in 1955, focusing on young rebels in a boys home during the birth of rock n'' roll.
Too Young to Die? (1990) as Janitor
A 15-year-old girl faces the death penalty when she is forced to stand trial as an adult on charges of murder.
Young Guns II (1990) as Murphy Man
Sequel to "Young Guns" (USA/1988), reuniting some of the characters from the original one year later, when they are extradited to New Mexico to stand trial.
Bulletproof (1988) as Father Riley
When a super-secret prototype Tank is hijacked by terrorists on the Mexican border, Frank McBain, a cop who has earned the nickname "bulletproof" after getting shot in the line of duty over a dozen times, is sent by the government to retrieve it.
The Dead (1987) as Night Porter
A Christmas party brings out family tensions among a group of Dubliners.
Hollywood Harry (1986) as Skeeter
Harry is a down on his luck private investigator who is debasing himself and drinking to excess when his niece Danielle comes into his life to get him back on track. Soon after, a client appears with a case that Harry has to take, because he needs the money. So he begins to track down the client's d
Dreamscape (1984) as Snead
A psychic tries to thwart a plot to control the U.S. president through his dreams.
Starflight One (1983) as Bud
A hypersonic passenger jet is forced into orbit.
Mae West (1982) as Reverend Bragg
Ann Jillian's portrait of legendary actress Mae West in this customarily white-washed TV biography, covering her flamboyant career through her triumphant Broadway return in "Diamond Lil" in 1948, won her an Emmy Award nomination. James Brolin plays Mae West's long-time lover and manager, Jim Timony,
Thou Shalt Not Kill (1982)
The second in a prospective but aborted series contemporizing the Ten Commandments, this 1978-made film about a lady defense attorney's attempt to prove the innocence of a young man on two murder charges was a followup to "Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery" (1978) and originally was scheduled for airin
Sizzle (1981) as Minister
Loni Anderson is a sultry nightclub singer and John Forsythe a Chicago crime kingpin in this period piece, set in the Prohibition era, about a small-town girl who comes to the big city with her boyfriend, and after he is killed while running illegal booze for the mob, sets out to avenge his murder.
Cattle Annie and Little Britches (1981) as Red Buck
It's 1893, and after their many years together, the outlaw gang led by Bill Doolin and Bill Dalton is about to disband. But when two teenage girls filled with the romance of being outlaws in the West show up, the gang is revived. Jenny and Annie help the men plan a series of robberies, but this new
Octagon, The (1980) as Duffy
Here Norris plays a retired martial-arts champion who is asked by the wealthy Karen Carlson to protect her from a group of ninjas. He agrees only when he learns that his longtime nemesis Tadashi Yamashita is leading the band. Lee Van Cleef (master of the menacing grin) makes the most of his role as the leader of a vengeful group of antiterrorists.
Steel (1980) as Harry
Mike Catton was a construction site foreman, but he developed a phobia of heights after a serious accident. When a friend of his is killed while rushing to finish a skyscraper before a bank's foreclosure, Mike starts working for the man's daughter, forming a team of top notch men to finish the bulid
Ordeal of Patty Hearst, The (1979) as Sheriff'S Deputy
The Patricia Hearst story -- through the eyes of FBI Special Agent Charles Bates -- from her abduction on February 4, 1974, until her capture nineteen months later.
True Grit (1978) as Harrison
The further adventures of Rooster Cogburn, the rascally Western hero played in "True Grit" (1969) and "Rooster Cogburn" (1975) by John Wayne, has him battling injustice in his own unorthodox way while contending with a teenage girl bent on reforming him.
Captains Courageous (1977) as Phillips
A remake of Kipling's all-time adventure classic that starred Spencer Tracy, Freddie Bartholomew and Melvyn Douglas in 1937 and told of a spoiled rich kid who grows up fast under the care of a crusty sea captain after falling overboard from his father's ship.
Law and Order (1976) as Reverend Martin O'Malley
Three generations of New York City cops are the focal point of this saga revolving primarily around the Deputy Chief of Public Affairs caught up in the politics and intrigue of the department, the discovery that his father had been on the take, and the news that his youngest son is having second tho
Wanted: The Sundance Woman (1976)
Katharine Ross repeats her portrayal of Etta Place (from "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid") in this adventure of the fugitive who, alone and desperate following the deaths of Butch and Sundance, seeks help from Pancho Villa in exchange for guns and ammunition.
Pipe Dreams (1976) as Hollow Legs
A woman goes to Alaska to try to win back her estranged husband who is working there. She finds that women are greatly in the minority in the small community, in fact, the man who runs the town tries to convince her that she could make good money by becoming a call-girl. But she refuses and continue
Last Hours Before Morning (1975) as Hopkins
Atmospheric private eye film set in the 1940s about a hotshot house detective and ex-cop who moonlights by chasing deadbeats and finds himself investigating the connection between an arrogant gambler''s murder and a beautiful film star''s jewel robbery.
Roll, Freddy, Roll! (1974) as Man
A mild-mannered computer programmer lives on roller skates for seven days to compete for attention with his son's stepfather and to win a place in the Guinness Book of Records.
Trapped Beneath the Sea (1974) as Poi Stanton
A drama based on the true story of four men entombed in a mini-sub in waters off the coast of Florida in 1973.

Cast (special)

Mr. and Mrs. Cop (1974) as Officer Irv Pyle
The story chronicles a newlywed couple's adjustment to marriage, made more difficult by their demanding jobs as police officers. In the pilot episode, Nancy seeks a position as a patrol car officer over her husband's objections.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Sinatra (1992) as 1st Cop
A miniseries on the life of singer/actor Frank Sinatra.
Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story (1980) as Jackson
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
Ike: The War Years (1979) as Riley
Eisenhower the military man is the focus of this TV miniseries, his relationship with the other wartime leaders, and, very discreetly, his personal relationship with his driver, Kay Summersby. "Ike" came up with five Emmy Award nominations: Outstanding Cinematography (Part 2), Outstanding Film Editi
Best Place to Be, The (1979)
A lavish romantic drama in true Ross Hunter style about a young widow whose life is complicated by a hippie daughter, a rebellious teenage son and an ill-starred love affair with a younger man -- and then a former suitor comes back into the picture. The film not only marked Donna Reed''s TV movie debut but also brought her back to television after a twelve-year absence.
Moneychangers (1976) as Vernon Jax
This four-part adaptation of Arthur Hailey's tale of power and greed in the banking business has two ambitious vice presidents become rivals when an imminent board room vacancy arises won an Emmy Award nomination as Outstanding Series of the 1976-77 season as well as an Emmy for Christopher Plummer

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Rumor of War, A (1980) as Sergeant Furth
Pulitzer Prize winning author Philip Caputo's best-selling account of his Vietnam experiences and his transformation from idealistic college student turned Marine to battle-hardened and subsequently embittered veteran is dramatized in this two-part film with Brad Davis as Caputo and Keith Carradine

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