Skag (1980– )
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Pilot film for the short-lived TV series stars Karl Malden as a veteran steel mill foreman whose world is torn apart when he suffers a stroke leaving him temporarily paralyzed and is forced... See full summary »

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Pete 'Skag' Skagska
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Jo Skagska
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David Skagska
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John Skagska
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Patricia Skagska
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Barbara Skagska
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Petar Skagska
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Whalen
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Moran
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Dr. Moscone
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Fisher
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Joyce
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Audrey Landis
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Pilot film for the short-lived TV series stars Karl Malden as a veteran steel mill foreman whose world is torn apart when he suffers a stroke leaving him temporarily paralyzed and is forced to stay at home and deal with his own family problems. Written by Anonymous

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6 January 1980 (USA)  »

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Good character study
12 December 1999 | by See all my reviews

I was nicely surprised by Skag, having purchaced it off eBay because of my love of Peter Gallagher (blush) but it really is a nice, moving story about a man and his family. Karl Malden is fabulous as Skag, very moving and the best acting I've seen him in. Peter, while good, was pretty much absent most of the time.


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