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Two for Texas (1998)





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Larry Brothers scripted this adaptation of the James Lee Burke novel that begins in a Louisiana penal colony during the 1830s. After middle-aged Allison (Kris Kristofferson) and young Holland (Scott Bairstow) make an escape, they take along Sana, a Choctaw (Irene Bedard, of Disney's animated Pocahontas) and head for the encampment of Sam Houston (Tom Skerritt) in East Texas. When Holland and Sana get too close, Allison tells Holland to drop her, and the two ride off, leaving her in the dust. Eventually, they link up with Houston and Allison's longtime pal Jim Bowie (Peter Coyote), but Bowie is off to confront General Santa Anna (Marco Rodriguez) at the Alamo. After the battle, Allison and Holland meet widow Dickinson (Karey Green) at the Alamo ruins. This TV movie premiered January 18, 1997 on TNT.

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Kris Kristofferson
as Hugh Allison
Scott Bairstow
as Son Holland
Tom Skerritt
as Sam Houston
Peter Coyote
as Jim Bowie
Victor Rivers
as Emile Landry
Thomas Schuster
as Alcide Landry
Rodney A. Grant
as Iron Jacket
Marco Rodriguez
as General Santa Ana
Karey Green
as Susanah Dickinson
Richard Jones
as Deaf Smith
Richard Nance
as Pike the Outlaw
Lonnie Rodriguez
as Sergeant Major
Julio Cesar Cedillo
as Lieutenant Herrera
Woody Watson
as Lieutenant Burnett
Carlos Compean
as Captain Trejo
Alex Morris
as Rex the Slave
Mark Dalton
as Snake Bite Convict
Larry Brothers
as Clay the Outlaw
Rick Dennis
as Mac the Outlaw
Rodger Boyce
as Ned the Cook
Daniel O'Callaghan
as Jones the Picket
Robert Lott
as Messenger Kelly
Stephen Madrid
as Mexican Pheasant
Yvette Ancira
as Emily Morgan
Gatlin Boone Smith
as Baby Dickson
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