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The Magnificent Seven (1998 - 2000)

The Magnificent Seven (1998 - 2000)




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Series Info

The post-Civil War West is the setting for an action series based on the 1960 Brynner- McQueen film, which was itself derived from the 1954 Kurosawa classic `The Seven Samurai.' Robert Vaughn, who appeared in the '60 movie, has a different, recurring role here.

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1999, TNN, 13 episodes

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1998, TNN, 9 episodes


Michael Biehn
as Chris Larabee
Eric Close
as Vin Tanner
Andrew Kavovit
as J.D. Dunne
Dale Midkiff
as Buck Wilmington
Anthony Starke
as Ezra Standish
Ron Perlman
as Josiah Sanchez
Rick Worthy
as Nathan Jackson
Laurie Holden
as Mary Travis
Robert Vaughn
as Judge Oren Travis
Glynn Turman
as Achilles Thompson
Tzi Ma
as Wo Jen
John Cho
as Wo Chin
Carl Lumbly
as Obediah
Brad Dourif
as Browner
Jack McGee
as Big Lester Bangs
John Allsopp
as Hiram Neuhaus
Rick Dean
as Little Bob Stains
Pat Skipper
as Johnson
Les Brandt
as Starkweather
Brad Greenquist
as James Lightfoot
Charles Gunning
as Jonah Catchings
Paul Keith
as Banker
David Stifel
as Hedgepeth
Krisinda Cain
as Annie Neuhaus
Sonny King
as Hoggins
George Cheung
as Chung Sun
Monty Stuart
as Pud Garber
James Lomas
as Undertaker
Rebecca Cross
as Kate Stokes
Ashlee Levitch
as Mattie Stokes
Jim Lau
as Chinese worker
Al Leong
as Chinese headman
Amy Hayes
as Miss Irene
Jennifer Edwards
as Josiah's Sister
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Series Details

TV Network: TNN
Premiere Date: Jan 3, 1998
Genre: Western
Executive Producers: Pen Densham, John Watson, Mark Stern, Walter Mirisch, Richard Barton Lewis
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