Standing Tall Trailer

Standing Tall Trailer (1978)

21 January 1978 100 mins

Set in Montana in the year 1934, a half-breed rancher and his wife are harassed by a ruthless land robber, who forces them to stand tall and defend their land, life and dignity.

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Cast

Robert Forster

as Luke Shasta

Will Sampson

as Lonny Moon

L.Q. Jones

as Nate Rackley

Robert Donner

as Sheriff Brumfield

Buck Taylor

as George Fewster

Chuck Connors

as Major Roland Hartline

Linda Evans

as Jill Shasta

Lee de Broux

as Bob Workett

Crew

Harvey Hart

Director

Marty Katz

Marty Katz Producer

Quinn Martin

Quinn Martin Executive Producer

Edward Teets

Edward Teets Associate Producer

Richard Markowitz

Original Music Composer

George B. Chan

George B. Chan Art Direction

International Releases Dates

United States 21 January 1978

Production Companies

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