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Capricorn One

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Thriller starring
Elliott Gould , James Brolin
As the world watches on TV,
Capricorn One, the first manned mission to Mars, lands on the red planet. But in the Arizona desert, three astronauts plant the American flag on a film set, aware that their mission is now a fake - a top secret cover-up.
Director Peter Hyams (1978, PG)
* See Films: pages 51-58

Contributors

Unknown: Elliott Gould
Unknown: James Brolin
Director: Peter Hyams
Robert Caulfield: Elliott Gould
Charles Bru baker: James Broun
Peter Willis: Sam Waterston
Kay Brubaker: Brenda Vaccaro
John Walker: Oj Simpson
Dr James Kelloway: Hal Holbrook
Judy Drinkwater: Karen Black
Albain: Telly Savalas
Hollis Peaker: David Huddleston

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