Viva Knievel! Trailer

Viva Knievel! Trailer (1977)

"The one and only real live Evel Knievel in his first dramatic movie role." 10 June 1977 Adventure, Action, Comedy 106 mins

The legendary stuntman plans his most incredible stunt yet while battling the mob in this action-adventure.

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Cast

Evel Knievel

as Himself

Gene Kelly

as Will Atkins

Lauren Hutton

as Kate Morgan

Red Buttons

as Ben Andrews

Leslie Nielsen

as Stanley Millard

Frank Gifford

as Himself

Eric Olson

as Tommy Atkins

Sheila Allen

as Sister Charity

Albert Salmi

as Cortland

Dabney Coleman

as Ralph Thompson

Ernie F. Orsatti

as Norman Clark (as Ernie Orsatti)

International Releases Dates

United States 10 June 1977

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