Harry Tracy, Desperado

Harry Tracy, Desperado (1982)

  • Genre: Western
  • Release Date: 1982-01-21
  • User Rating: 5/10 from 2 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 47min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Guardian Trust Company
  • Production Country: Canada
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By the turn of the 20th century, Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid, Billy the Kid and virtually all of the West's legendary outlaws are either dead or in jail pending execution. Well, all, except train robber and escape artist extraordinaire, Harry Tracy. As the last survivor of the Wild Bunch, Tracy pulls off a series of profitable robberies before making his way west to Portland, Oregon, in search of Catherine Tuttle -- a judge's daughter who has captured his heart. But on the way, Tracy is betrayed, arrested, and imprisoned. However, no jail can hold him for long and after making his escape, Tracy becomes the target of the largest manhunt in the history of North America.

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  • Bruce Dern

    as Harry Tracy
  • Helen Shaver

    as Catherine Tuttle
  • Michael C. Gwynne

    as David Merrill
  • Gordon Lightfoot

    as U.S. Marshal Morrie Nathan
  • Jacques Hubert

    as Indian
  • Daphne Goldrick

    as Mrs. Tuttle
  • Lynne Kolber

    as Judy Tuttle
  • Alec Willows

    as Aspen Times Reporter
  • Frank C. Turner

    as Eddie Hoyt
  • Fred Diehl

    as Gov. Raymond Millhouse
  • Charles Siegel

    as Prison Warden
  • Jack Ackroyd

    as Ely Porter
  • Suzie Payne

    as Helen Porter
  • Richard MacBride

    as Matt Porter
  • Kerry Salisbury

    as Glendoline Porter
  • Jim Roberts

    as Aspen Sheriff
  • Tom Braidwood

    as Aspen Storekeeper
  • James Defelice

    as Bertram, Hellsgate Bank Manager
  • Dennis Robertson

    as Hellsgate Sheriff
  • Joe Dodds

    as Hellsgate Posseman
  • Jim Sparkman

    as Fainting Teller at Hellsgate Bank
  • Jak King

    as Lineman
  • Conrad Fitzgerald

    as Oyster Boat Captain
  • Ed Hong-Louie

    as Cook
  • Peter Manning

    as Portland Judge
  • Christopher Moss

    as Elevator Attendant
  • Harvey M. Miller

    as Portland Policeman
  • Walter Scott

    as Nathan's Posse
  • John A. Scott

    as Nathan's Posse
  • Lou Patterson

    as Nathan's Posse
  • Mike Tyree

    as Nathan's Posse
  • Marty Corsberg

    as Nathan's Posse
  • Jim Browning

    as Prison Guard
  • Glen Warner

    as Farmboy
Crew Bruce Moriarty Stunts
Directing Bruce Moriarty Assistant Director
Crew Walter Scott Stunt Coordinator
Writing David Lee Henry Screenplay
Directing William A. Graham Director
Production Alan Simmonds Co-Producer
Writing R. Lance Hill Writer
Editing James Bredin Assistant Editor
Directing Christine Wilson Script Supervisor
Crew Jak King Production Controller
Crew Lou Patterson Stunts
Production Ronald I. Cohen Producer
Costume & Make-Up Malcolm Tanner Hairstylist
Production Keith Large Unit Manager
Directing David W. Rose Assistant Director
Crew Don Gervais Carpenter
Crew Mark Gildemeester Property Master
Art Regina McDonald Sign Painter
Art Miles Quinn Painter
Crew Rod Haykin Sound Recordist
Sound Omero Pataracchia Boom Operator
Crew Lee Routly Special Effects
Crew Fred Larsen Stunts
Crew Denny Peterson Stunts
Crew Mindy Shingoose Stunts
Camera Curtis Block Additional Camera
Camera Gundar Lipsbergs Additional Camera
Editing David Troster Additional Editing
Editing Jon Webster Assistant Editor