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Allen Hamilton

Allen Hamilton was born on September 28, 1935 in Weymouth, Massachusetts, USA. He is known for his work on Soul Survivors (2001), Chain Reaction (1996) and The Fugitive (1993). See full bio »
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Soul Survivors
Soul Survivors Dr. Haverston
Chain Reaction
Chain Reaction Senator Phil Schmidt
The Fugitive
Untamed Heart
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 2012 Ticket Out
Judge Walker
 2011/I Twelve (Short)
 2010 Nonames
 2009 Autistic License Movie
 2004 Justice
Judge Bennett
 2001 Soul Survivors
Dr. Haverston
 2000 Death of a Salesman (TV Movie)
Uncle Ben
 1998 Traces of Insanity (TV Movie)
 1996 Chain Reaction
Senator Phil Schmidt
 1994 Little Big League
Mr. Patterson
 1993 The Fugitive
 1993 Untamed Heart
 1992 In the Shadow of a Killer (TV Movie)
Father Scanlon
 1991 Only the Lonely
 1991 Lucky Day (TV Movie)
 1990 Miss Missouri
John Parker
 1989 The Package
American General
 1989 The Comeback (TV Movie)
Hank Reynolds
 1985 Code of Silence
 1985 First Steps (TV Movie)
Dr. Barrett
 1979 Dummy (TV Movie)
Dr. Romney
 1978 A Christmas to Remember (TV Movie)
Oskar Hockmeyer
 1978 The Awakening Land (TV Mini-Series)
Charles Gowan
- Part III: The Town (1978) ... Charles Gowan
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