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Riot in Cell Block 11


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Neville Brand
Emile Meyer
During a nation-wide wave of prison riots, prisoners from the punishment block of a big state prison take advantage of an inexperienced guard and barricade themselves in. Taking four officers as hostages, they demand better conditions. The warden wants to negotiate, but the state prefers to use force ...
Screenplay by RICHARD COLLINS Produced by WALTER WANGER Directed by DON SIEGEL
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Unknown: Neville Brand
Unknown: Emile Meyer
Unknown: Richard Collins
Produced By: Walter Wanger
Directed By: Don Siegel
Dunn: Neville Brand
Warden: Emile Meyer
Haskel: Frank Faylen
Carnie: Leo Gordon
Colonel: Robert Osteloh
Monroe: Paul Frees
Newspaperman: Don Keefer
Gator: Alvy Moore
Schoyler: Dabbs Greer
Snader: Whit Bissell
Acton: James Anderson
Capt Barrett: Carleton Young
Graphic reporter: Harold J. Kennedy
First reporter: William Schallert
Russell: Jonathon Hale

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Riot in Cell Block 11

BBC Two England, 10 May 1986 0.05

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