Tin Man (1983 film)

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Tin Man
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Timothy Bottoms on the set of Tin Man
Directed by John G. Thomas
Produced by John G. Thomas
Written by Bishop Holiday
Starring Timothy Bottoms
John Phillip Law
Deana Jurgens
Troy Donahue
Richard Stahl
Music by Bishop Holiday
Cinematography Virgil Harper
Edited by Drake Silliman
Distributed by Goldfarb Distribution
Release date
  • 1983 (1983)
Running time
89 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Tin Man is a 1983 American dramatic film starring Timothy Bottoms, John Phillip Law, Deana Jurgens, Troy Donahue, Richard Stahl and directed by John G. Thomas.[1]

Plot[edit]

A deaf auto mechanic invents a computer so he can hear and speak. When he attempts to patent his invention he is taken advantage of by a self-serving salesman.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Supporting[edit]

  • Gerry Black as Maddox
  • Brian Avery as Forbes
  • Hank Underwood as Big Bob
  • Michael W. Green as Slim
  • Lori Hennessey as Cynthia
  • L. Burton Williams as Johnson
  • Walter G. Zeri as Wesson (Credited as Walter Zeni)
  • Aaron Biston as Pizza #1
  • Jay Elher as Pizza #2
  • Rae Maguire as Nurse
  • Jane Finstrom as Taco Bell Girl #1
  • Laurette Healy as Taco Bell Girl #2
  • Don Phillips as Policeman
  • Will MacMillan as Artie

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