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The Lords of Discipline

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Drama starring
David Keith
Robert Prosky
1964: in the Carolina Military
Institute the all-white tradition of harsh discipline and violent humiliation has festered for over a century. But the institute has just taken on its first black cadet and Will McClean has the task of keeping him both in the academy-and alive.
Director Franc Roddam (1983, 15) Postponed from4January
♦ See Films: pages 52-58 ***
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Keith
Unknown: Robert Prosky
Unknown: Will McClean
Will McClean: David Keith
Colonel Bear Berrineau: Robert Prosky
General Durrell: Gd Spradlin
Abigail: Barbara Babcock
Alexander: Michael Biehn
Pig: Rick Rossovich
Mark: John Lavachielli
Tradd: Mitchell Lichtenstein
Pearce: Mark Breland
Poteete: Malcolm Danare
Macabbee: Judge Reinhold
Gilbreath: Bill Paxton
Commerce: Ed Bishop

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The Lords of Discipline

BBC One London, 16 January 1999 0.55






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