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Scott Free


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The feature film starring Michael Brandon
Susan Saint James Robert Loggia
Twenty-five acres of desert land won in a high-stakes poker game leaves professional gambler Tony Scott 's life in turmoil when a greedy syndicate figure and a band of Indians insist on purchasing the property.
Screenplay by STEPHEN j. CANNELL Produced by ALEX BEATON
Directed by WILLIAM WIARD. Films: page 17 (First showing on British television)


Unknown: Michael Brandon
Unknown: Susan Saint James
Unknown: Robert Loggia
Unknown: Tony Scott
Unknown: Stephen J. Cannell
Produced By: Alex Beaton
Directed By: William Wiard.
Tony Scott: Michael Brandon
Holly Morrison: Susan Saint James
Joseph Donaldson: Robert Loggia
Ed McGraw: Ken Swofford
Santini: Michael Lerner
George Running Bear: Dehl Berti
At: Paul Koslo
Dave: Tony Giorgio
Max: Allen Rich
Agent: Bart Burns
Tom Little Lion: Cal Bellini

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