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Brannigan (26-Mar-1975)

Director: Douglas Hickox

Writers: Michael Butler; William P. McGivern; William W. Norton; Christopher Trumbo

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Attenborough
Film Director
29-Aug-1923   Gandhi
James Booth
Actor
19-Dec-1927 11-Aug-2005 Zulu
Lesley-Anne Down
Actor
17-Mar-1954   The Bold and the Beautiful
Mel Ferrer
Actor
25-Aug-1917 2-Jun-2008 War and Peace
Judy Geeson
Actor
10-Sep-1948   Maggie Conway in Mad About You
Brian Glover
Actor
2-Apr-1934 24-Jul-1997 Lugg on Campion
Ralph Meeker
Actor
21-Nov-1920 5-Aug-1988 Kiss Me Deadly
Tony Robinson
Actor
15-Aug-1946   Blackadder
Kathryn Leigh Scott
Actor
29-Jan-1945   Maggie Evans on Dark Shadows
John Vernon
Actor
24-Feb-1932 1-Feb-2005 Dean Wormer in Animal House
John Wayne
Actor
26-May-1907 11-Jun-1979 The Duke

CAST

John Wayne   ...   Lt. Brannigan
Richard Attenborough   ...   Cmdr. Swann
Judy Geeson   ...   Jennifer
Mel Ferrer   ...   Fields
John Vernon   ...   Larkin
Daniel Pilon   ...   Gorman
John Stride   ...   Insp. Traven
James Booth   ...   Charlie-The-Handle
Arthur Batanides   ...   Angell
Ralph Meeker   ...   Capt. Moretti
Barry Dennen   ...   Julian
Lesley-Anne Down   ...   Luana
Pauline Delany   ...   Mrs. Cooper
Del Henney   ...   Drexel
Brian Glover   ...   Jimmy-the-Bet
Stewart Bevan   ...   Alex
Janette Legge   ...   Supporting Cast
Anthony Booth   ...   Supporting Cast
Kathryn Leigh Scott   ...   Supporting Cast
Enid Jaynes   ...   Supporting Cast

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