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And Millions Will Die!


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Science-fiction thriller starring Richard Basehart ,
Leslie Nielsen
When a newly formed eastern nation experiences a gas attackfrom an unknown source causingthe deaths of several thousand people, the crack team of E Force (an authority formed to combat environmental catastrophes) goes into action to save the world.
Richard Basehart is best known for his starring role in the TV series Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea while his co-star
Leslie Nielsen (Airplane!, the Naked
Gun series) can currently be seen in his latest release, the spoof film Spy Hard.
Director Leslie Martinson (1973)
+ See Films: pages 51-60


Unknown: Richard Basehart
Unknown: Leslie Nielsen
Unknown: Richard Basehart
Unknown: Leslie Nielsen
Director: Leslie Martinson
Dr Pruitt: Richard Basehart
Gallagher: Leslie Nielsen
Franz Kessler: Joseph First
Heather Kessler: Susan Strasberg
Dr Mitchell: Alwyn Kurts
Postman: Shariff Medon

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And Millions Will Die!

BBC One London, 11 June 1996 0.10

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