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Saturday Night at the Movies: The Pursuit of D. B. Cooper

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continues a run of films new to television. Tonight starring Treat Williams Robert Duvall
Kathryn Harrold
D. B. Cooper pulled off the crime of the century when he parachuted from a Jet with$200,000 and vanished. This is the story of what might have happened. Bill Gruen , an insurance agent, thinks he knows who Cooper is and where he's gone. So does
Mason Remson - an ex-Green Beret - who wants a share of the money - at any price. So the chase is on - with spectacular and hilarious consequences.
Screenplay by JEFFREY ALAN FISKIN Produced by DANIEL WIGUTOW
Directed by ROGER spOTTISWOOpE (First showing on British television)
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Contributors

Unknown: Williams Robert Duvall
Unknown: Kathryn Harrold
Unknown: D. B. Cooper
Unknown: Bill Gruen
Unknown: Jeffrey Alan Fiskin
Produced By: Daniel Wigutow
Directed By: Roger Spottiswoope
Gruen: Robert Duvall
Meade: Treat Williams
Hannah: Kathryn Harrold
Brigadier: Ed Flanders
Remson: Paul Gleason
Dempsey R: G Armstrong
Denise: Dorothy Fielding

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Saturday Night at the Movies: The Pursuit of D. B. Cooper

BBC One London, 11 October 1986 21.10






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