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(1975 TV Movie)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Dan Curtis

Writing Credits  

Ric Hardman ... (teleplay) (as Bronson Howitzer) and
William F. Nolan ... (teleplay)
 
Ric Hardman ... (story) (as Bronson Howitzer)
 
Dan Curtis ... (uncredited)

Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification  

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Police Commissioner Herbert Tucker McElwaine
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Lynn Loring ...
Vi Morland
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Philip Bruns ...
Capt. Jackson
William Jordan ...
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Wilma Floyd
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Jimmie Floyd
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David Raydon ...
Store Clerk
Max Kleven ...
Parker
Don Megowan ...
Boss Stinger
Sandy Ward ...
Ivers
Lester Maddox ...
Gov. Patrick Burns
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W.T. Zacha ...
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Hunter von Leer ...
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Larry De Vol
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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News Man (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Dan Curtis ... producer
Robert Singer ... associate producer

Music by 

Bob Cobert ... (as Robert Cobert)

Cinematography by 

Paul Lohmann

Film Editing by 

Richard A. Harris
Dennis Virkler

Casting By 

Gail Melnick

Art Direction by 

Trevor Williams

Set Decoration by 

Charles Pierce ... (as Chuck Pierce)

Makeup Department 

Janice D. Brandow ... hair stylist
Michael Westmore ... makeup artist (as Mike Westmore)

Production Management 

David McCann ... post-production supervisor
Edward Teets ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Art Levinson ... first assistant director

Art Department 

William M. Bell ... construction coordinator

Sound Department 

Don J. Bassman ... sound re-recording mixer (as Don Bassman)

Stunts 

Max Kleven ... stunt coordinator

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

John S. Perry ... costume supervisor

Transportation Department 

Norman Honath ... transportation manager (as Norman A. Honath)

Other crew 

Ellen Halpin ... choreographer
Lois Kerst ... production assistant
Crew believed to be complete

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