Alan Sharp

Author - USA
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The day of birth of Alan Sharp is not on record. He is an American Author, known for Night Moves (1975), Billy Two Hats (1974), The Last run (1971), Alan Sharp's first movie on record is from 1971. His last motion picture on file dates from 1985.

Alan Sharp Filmography [Auszug]
1985: [/ /1] Little Treasure (Director),
1983: [/ /1] The Osterman weekend (Scenario), Directed by Sam Peckinpah, with Meg Foster, Rutger Hauer, Dennis Hopper,
1975: [/ /1] Night Moves (Scenario), Directed by Arthur Penn, with Edward Binns, , Kenneth Mars,
1974: [03.13] Billy Two Hats (The Lady and the Outlaw) (Scenario), Directed by Ted Kotcheff, with Gregory Peck, Desi Arnaz jr., Jack Warden,
1972: [] Ulzana's raid (Blutiger Horizont) (Scenario), Directed by Robert Aldrich, with Lloyd Bochner, Richard Jaeckel, Burt Lancaster,
1971: [07.16] The hired hand (Scenario), Directed by Peter Fonda, with Peter Fonda, Warren Oates, Verna Bloom,
1971: [] The Last run (Scenario), Directed by Richard Fleischer, John Huston, with Colleen Dewhurst, Tony Musante, George C. Scott,

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