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Kirk Douglas in Lonely Are the Brave


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continuing the season of films starring the dynamic Hollywood star.
Even though there are jets in the skies, Jack Burns 's West is the same as it always was. To him, a cowboy is the freest man alive, and laws, like fences, are made to be broken. So when he gets thrown in jail the lone cowboy has no choice but to make a defiant bid for freedom.
Screenplay by DALTON TRUMBO based on the novel Brave Cowboy by EDWARD ABBEY
Produced by EDWARD LEWIS Directed by DAVID MILLER
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Unknown: Jack Burns
Play By: Dalton Trumbo
Unknown: Edward Abbey
Produced By: Edward Lewis
Directed By: David Miller
Jack Burns: Kirk Douglas
Jerri Bondi: Gena Rowlands
Sheriff Johnson: Walter Matthau
Paul Bondi: Michael Kane
Hinton: Carol O'Connor
Harry: William Schallert
The Rev Hoskins: Karl Swenson
Gutierrez: George Kennedy
Deputy Glynn: Dan Sheridan
'One Arm': Bill Raisch

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Kirk Douglas in Lonely Are the Brave

BBC One London, 24 April 1987 23.10

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