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Forest Warrior (5-Nov-1996)

Director: Aaron Norris

Writers: Ron Swanson; Donald G. Thompson

Music Composed and Conducted by: Bill Elliott

Producer: Andy Howard

Keywords: Outdoor Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Beck
4-Feb-1949   The Warriors
Roscoe Lee Browne
2-May-1925 11-Apr-2007 Character actor, 1960s to 2000s
Max Gail
5-Apr-1943   Det. Wojciehowicz on Barney Miller
Terry Kiser
1-Aug-1939   Weekend at Bernie's
Barbara Niven
26-Feb-1953   Pensacola: Wings of Gold
Chuck Norris
10-Mar-1940   Walker: Texas Ranger
William Sanderson
10-Jan-1944   J.F. Sebastian in Blade Runner
Loretta Swit
4-Nov-1937   Hot Lips on M*A*S*H


Chuck Norris   ...   McKenna
Terry Kiser   ...   Travis Thorne
Max Gail   ...   Sherrif Ramsey
Roscoe Lee Browne   ...   Clovis Madison
Trenton Knight   ...   Justin Franklin
Megan Paul   ...   Austene Slaighter
Josh Wolford   ...   Logan Anderson
Jordan Brower   ...   Brian Anderson
Michael Friedman   ...   Lewis Burdette
William Sanderson   ...   Paul Carpio
Dennis Paladino   ...   Mark Lefert
John Dennis Johnston   ...   Williams
Elya Baskin   ...   Buster
Special Appearance by
Loretta Swit   ...   Shirley
Michael Beck   ...   Arlen Slaighter
Wil Shriner   ...   Jack Franklin
Barbara Niven   ...   Stacy Franklin
George "Buck" Flower   ...   Barney
Carey Scott   ...   Thomas Jorgenson
Chris Doyle   ...   Holly
Jimmy Ortega   ...   Surveyor #2
Adam Berg   ...   Town Person #1
Jolene Kay   ...   Town Person #2
A. J. Howard   ...   Town Person #3


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