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Lone Hero (12-Apr-2002)

Director: Ken Sanzel

Writer: Ken Sanzel

Music Composed by: Anthony Marinelli

Producers: Paul DeSouza; Vicki Sotheran; Greg Malcolm; David Lancaster

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cameron Bright
26-Jan-1993   Ultraviolet
Garry Chalk
17-Feb-1952   Michael Oakes on The Killing
Hugh Dillon
31-May-1963   Ed Lane on Flashpoint
Sean Patrick Flanery
1-Oct-1965   The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles
Robert Forster
13-Jul-1941   Jackie Brown
Tyler Labine
29-Apr-1978   Bert Wysocki on Reaper
Lou Diamond Phillips
17-Feb-1962   Young Guns II


Lou Diamond Phillips   ...   Bart
Sean Patrick Flanery   ...   John
Robert Forster   ...   Gus
Tanya Allen   ...   Sharon
Mark Metcalf   ...   Marshall Harris
Hugh Dillon   ...   King
Tyler Labine   ...   Tim
Alonso Oyarzun   ...   Pablo
Haig Sutherland   ...   Deputy Hank
Garry Chalk   ...   Sheriff Cal
Dave "Squatch" Ward   ...   Dog
Mike Dopud   ...   Trooper
Ty Olsson   ...   Sticky
Ben Cardinal   ...   Smokey
Bill Dow   ...   Dillman
Darren Moore   ...   Iggy
Zook Matthews   ...   Shane
John Mann   ...   Pryor
Chelan McKenzie   ...   Guide
Pale Christian Thomas   ...   Bartender
Christopher Sumpton   ...   Attendant
James R. Baylis   ...   Honcho
Brad Kelly   ...   Powell
Christina Jastrzembska   ...   Maura
Cameron Bright   ...   Kid
David Prestley   ...   Puzzled Tourist
Jim Shepard   ...   Drunk


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