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Cutty Whitman (1996)

TV Movie  -  4 October 1996 (USA)
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Train Passenger (unbilled)
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Helicopter Pilot
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An Unaired TV Pilot
18 March 2006 | by (arizona) – See all my reviews

This was a pilot for a proposed TV series, and it never aired, reportedly because CBS and even star James Remar thought it was awful. I worked on the film during its shoot in Clarkdale,Arizona, where I appeared in several shots as a train passenger (quite visibly, I was proud to see). Another cast member I knew was able to obtain a copy of it from the studio back in 1997, so he let me see it. It is a pretty routine "bounty hunter after the usual bad guys" opus, and pretty forgettable. If a series had materialized, it probably wouldn't have been any better. Still, it is too bad that this pilot never saw the light of day, and likely never will. Regardless of how it turned out, it was a fun shoot for me, and a happy memory.


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