The Ghost of Cypress Swamp Trailer

The Ghost of Cypress Swamp Trailer (1977)

13 March 1977 90 mins

A lost teenager and solitary murderer form an unusual friendship.

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Cast

Vic Morrow

as Tom Stone

Tom Simcox

as Pa Bascombe

Jacqueline Scott

as Aunt Louise

Noah Beery, Jr.

as Doc Manners

Louise Latham

as Ma Landers

Shug Fisher

as Sherman Prather

Jeff East

as Lonny

Cindy Eilbacher

as Shirley Landers

Gavan O'Herlihy

as Big Bob Landers

Jimmy Van Patten

as Bucky Landers

Richard Wright

as Morton Landers

James Almanzar

as 1st Searcher

Tom Waters

as 2nd Searcher

International Releases Dates

United States 13 March 1977

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