Two for Texas

Two for Texas

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Director: Rod Hardy

Cast: Kris Kristofferson, Scott Bairstow, Tom Skerritt

     
 

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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)See more details below

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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.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/04/2012
UPC:
0883316678138
Original Release:
1998
Rating:
NR
Source:
Warner Archives
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Sales rank:
14,806

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kris Kristofferson Actor
Scott Bairstow Actor
Tom Skerritt Actor
Peter Coyote Actor
Irene Bedard Actor
Victor Rivers Actor
Marco Rodriguez Actor
Karey Green Actor

Technical Credits
Rod Hardy Director
John Pritchett Sound/Sound Designer
Lois Bonfiglio Executive Producer
Larry Brothers Screenwriter
David Connell Cinematographer
Lee Holdridge Score Composer
Michael Ornstein Editor
Cary White Production Designer
Julie Selzer Casting
Dennis Bishop Producer
Ed Vega Art Director
Jo Edna Boldin Casting
James Lee Burke Source Author

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