The Enemy Within (1994 film)

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The Enemy Within is a 1994 HBO TV-movie remake of the 1964 film Seven Days in May, starring Forest Whitaker, Jason Robards, Jr., Dana Delaney and Sam Waterston, and directed by Jonathan Darby.[1] The film involves a planned military coup to overthrow the President of the United States.

Plot Summary[edit]

Marine Colonel MacKenzie "Mac" Casey (Whitaker) discovers an apparent plan by General R. Pendleton Lloyd (Robards) and Secretary of Defense Charles Potter (Josef Sommer) to remove President William Foster (Waterston) from office and replace him with Vice President Walter Kelly (Dakin Matthews), who they feel would be more willing to do their bidding. Casey and Foster desperately seek evidence before the coup occurs. They encounter a setback when Attorney General Arthur Daniels (Lawrence Pressman) is murdered. The coup attempt is foiled with the aid of President Foster's Chief of Staff Betsy Corcoran (Dana Delany) and some well-placed Russian friends.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Supporting[edit]

  • Lisa Summerour as Jean Casey
  • Rory J. Aylward as Honor Guard Sergeant
  • Greg Brickman as Tracker
  • David Q. Combs as Pentagon Security Officer
  • Patricia Donaldson as President's Secretary
  • Denise Dowse as Dr. Jarvis
  • Yolanda Gaskins as Female Reporter
  • Jayne Hess as Reporter #2
  • Chuck Hicks as Bowman
  • Leonard Kelly-Young as Protective Service Guard
  • Archie Lang as Priest
  • Barry Lynch as Agricultur Secretary Spencer
  • Ryan MacDonald as Jack Giddings
  • Ray J as Todd (credited as Willie Norwood Jr.)
  • Anthony Peck as Treasury Secretary Tom Monroe
  • Lawrence Pressman as Atty. General Arthur Daniels
  • George Marshall Ruge as Fletcher
  • Steve Ruge as Reporter #1
  • Michael B. Silver as Lieutenant Lonner

Cameo appearance/Uncredited[edit]

  • Kim Giancaterino as Mourner

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Enemy Within". TCM database. Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved February 25, 2016. 

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