The Other Side of the Mountain: Part II Trailer

The Other Side of the Mountain: Part II Trailer (1978)

10 February 1978 Drama, Romance 100 mins

The Other Side of the Mountain Part 2 is a 1978 film directed by Larry Peerce. It stars Marilyn Hassett and Timothy Bottoms. It is a sequel to The Other Side of the Mountain

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Cast

Marilyn Hassett

as Jill Kinmont

Timothy Bottoms

as John Boothe

Nan Martin

as June Kinmont

Belinda Montgomery

as Audra Jo Nicholson

Gretchen Corbett

as Linda Mae Meyers

William Bryant

as Bill Kinmont

James A. Bottoms

as Mr. Boothe

June Dayton

as Mrs. Boothe

Curtis Credel

as Roy Boothe

Carole Tru Foster

as Beverly Boothe

Crew

Lee Holdridge

Original Music Composer

William L. Campbell

William L. Campbell Art Direction

John M. Dwyer

John M. Dwyer Set Decoration

Lon Bentley

Lon Bentley Makeup Artist

Michael S. Glick

Michael S. Glick Production Manager

Ric Waite

Ric Waite Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

United States 10 February 1978

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