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Starring Kevin Kline as Paden, Scott Glenn as Emmett, Rosanna Arquette as Hannah, John Cleese as Sheriff Langdon, Kevin Costner as Jake, Brian Dennehy as Cobb, Danny Glover as Mal, Jeff Goldblum as Slick and Linda Hunt as Stella
Just out of jail, Emmett is ambushed by a gang of gunmen and sets out for revenge. Along the way he teams up with three men with a mission, and a legend is born.
They are four reluctant heroes drawn together by adventure on the dusty trail to challenge the danger, corruption and violence of the town of Silverado...
This spectacular and exciting western features a remarkable cast which includes A Fish Called Wanda stars John Cleese and Kevin Kline, and Kevin Costner, the star of No Way Out.
(First showing on British television)
Films: page 24


Writer: Lawrence Kasden
Writer: Mark Kasdan
Producer/Director: Lawrence Kasdan
Paden: Kevin Kline
Emmett: Scott Glenn
Hannah: Rosanna Arquette
Sheriff Langdon: John Cleese
Jake: Kevin Costner
Cobb: Brian Dennehy
Hal: Danny Glover
Slick: Jeff Goldblum
Stella: Linda Hunt

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