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The First Great Train Robbery (2-Feb-1979)

Director: Michael Crichton

Writer: Michael Crichton

From novel by: Michael Crichton

Music by: Jerry Goldsmith

Producer: John Foreman

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Crime, Train

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sean Connery
25-Aug-1930   James Bond
Lesley-Anne Down
17-Mar-1954   The Bold and the Beautiful
Brian Glover
2-Apr-1934 24-Jul-1997 Lugg on Campion
Donald Sutherland
17-Jul-1935   The Dirty Dozen
Alan Webb
2-Jul-1906 22-Jun-1982 English character actor


Sean Connery   ...   Pierce
Donald Sutherland   ...   Agar
Lesley-Anne Down   ...   Miriam
Alan Webb   ...   Trent
Malcolm Terris   ...   Fowler
Robert Lang   ...   Sharp
Wayne Sleep   ...   Clean Willy
Michael Elphick   ...   Burgess
Gabrielle Lloyd   ...   Elizabeth Trent
Pamela Salem   ...   Emily Trent
George Downing   ...   Barlow
James Cossins   ...   Harranby
John Bett   ...   McPherson
Peter Benson   ...   Station Despatcher
Janine Duvitski   ...   Maggie
Brian De Salvo   ...   Trent's Butler
Andre Morell   ...   Judge
Donald Churchill   ...   Prosecutor
Brian Glover   ...   Capt. Jimmy
Noel Johnson   ...   Connaught
Peter Butterworth   ...   Putnam
Patrick Barr   ...   Burke
Hubert Rees   ...   Lewis
Agnes Bernelle   ...   Woman on Platform
Frank McDonald   ...   P. C. London Bridge Station
Joe Cahill   ...   Rail Guard
Cecil Nash   ...   Chaplain
Susan Hallinan   ...   Emma Barnes
Oliver Smith   ...   Ratting Assistant
John Altman   ...   First Pickpocket
Paul Kember   ...   Second Pickpocket
Geoff Ferris   ...   Third Pickpocket
Jenny Till   ...   Woman on Strand
Craig Stokes   ...   Urchin on Strand


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