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Timestalkers

Year:
Duration:
USA:100 min
Genres:
Adventure | Western | Sci-Fi
IMDB rate:
5.7
Director:
Michael Schultz
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 1987-03-10
Filming Locations: 3491 Tapo Street, Simi Valley, California, USA
Cast
Actor
Character
William Devane
Scott McKenzie
Lauren Hutton
Georgia Crawford
John Ratzenberger
General Joe Brodsky
Forrest Tucker
Texas John Cody
Klaus Kinski
Dr. Joseph Cole
Tracey Walter
Sam
James Avery
Blacksmith
R.D. Call
Bart
John Considine
Doctor Crawford / Matthew Crawford
Danny Pintauro
Billy McKenzie
Patrik Baldauff
Callan
Ritch Brinkley
Barman
J. Michael Flynn
Michael
A.J. Freeman
Grover Cleveland
Deborah Levin
Carol
Tim Russ
Sergeant Filton
Michael Strasser
Driver
Buck Taylor
Shaving Cowboy
John Wesley
Jack
Bob Bralver
(as Robert Bralver)
Monty Cox
Burke Denis
Undertaker
Josh Devane
Frank (as Joshua Devane)
Christopher Doyle
Terry Funk
Bearded Cowboy
Tim Gilbert
Tommy Lamey
Tough Cowboy
Lane Leavitt
Eric Mansker
Seth Mitchell
Jedd Nabonsal
George Parrish
Ben Rawnsley
Arnold Roberts
Auctioneer
Dean Smith
John Timothy Williams
Merritt Yohnka
Bill Aylesworth
Young Guy in Street (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
The final TV project of Forrest Tucker.
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Goofs
When the police officer in the cruiser is calling out the registration plate of the stolen vehicle, he says: "Zebra S...". The actual plate reads "2S...".
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When Georgia Crawford first meets Dr. McKenzie at the shooting range, he turns to her in surprise, holding both his pistols in his hands. After a brief conversation, she asks him if he is going to draw on her, and after that we see both of his pistols back in his belt. Although we don't see his hands during the conversation, we see his upper arms which obviously don't make any kind of move as to put the guns back in the belt.
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When looking up the song about the Star Handled Stranger, Dr McKenzie and his colleague comment that not many people could read back in those days (the late 19th century). In fact, literacy rates for white Americans were very high in the mid and late 19th century. At the time of the Civil War, somewhere around 90% of white men could read and write. Literacy rates on the frontier a generation later would have likely been somewhat lower but literacy for whites would have been the rule, not the exception.
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Photos from cast
Begonya Plaza Gail Youngs