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Manhunt for Claude Dallas (1986)





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On March 30, 1986, Claude Dallas, an Ohio-born trapper serving a 30-year sentence for a double murder, escaped from prison. He was still at large at the time the made-for-TV Manhunt for Claude Dallas first aired on October 28, 1986. Matt Salinger stars as Dallas in this gritty, Colorado-filmed effort, which begins with his relocating in Idaho, where he established a reputation of living well outside the law. In 1981, Dallas shot and killed two Fish and Game officers, sparking a 15-month manhunt. Before he was arrested, Dallas had become a folk hero in certain circles. John Gay's teleplay was adapted from Jeff Long's book Outlaw.


Matt Salinger
as Claude Dallas Jr.
Rip Torn
as Tim Nettleton
Pat Hingle
as George Nielsen
Beau Starr
as Ed Pogue
Claude Akins
as Bill Pogue
Lois Nettleton
as Dee Pogue
Brent Spiner
as Jim Stevens
Ritch Brinkley
as Judge Lodge
James Lashly
as Hoyt Wilson
Jamie Horton
as Attorney Anderson
Mark Anderson
as 2nd Deputy
Annette Bening
as Ann Tillman
Bill Berry
as Desk Clerk
Jack Casperson
as Buckaroo Boss
Luis Oropeza
as Basque Buckaroo
Jim Ryan
as Jerry Theisen
Dutch Shindler
as Ed Carlin
Peter Syvertsen
as Michael Elms
Bernie Welch
as 1st Deputy
Ed O'Brien
as Conley Elms
Michael K. Osborn
as Deputy Rorex
Pam Ward
as Coco Wilson
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