Independence Trailer

Independence Trailer (1987)

28 March 1987 100 mins

A dedicated sheriff in the 1880s who, after his first family is ravaged by a gang of renegades, gets a chance for revenge years later when the same outlaws threaten his new family and the frontier town he single handedly tamed.

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Cast

Sandy McPeak

as Sterling Mott

Anthony Zerbe

as General Grey

R.G. Armstrong

as Uriah Creed

Amanda Wyss

as Chastity

Stephanie Dunnam

as Prudence

Macon McCalman

as Angus Thurston

Joseph Brutsman

as Ezekiel Creed

Christian Clemenson

as Isaiah Creed

Adam Gregory

as Kankor

International Releases Dates

United States 28 March 1987

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