|Name||Credit||Credited as||Role Id||Sort Order|
|William Lundigan||Actor||Colonel Edward McCauley||1||1000001|
|Angie Dickinson||Actor||Mary McCauley; Edward's wife||1||1000002|
|Joyce Taylor||Actor||(replaced Angie Dickinson)||1||1000003|
|Charles Herbert||Actor||Peter McCauley; Edward and Mary's son||1||1000004|
|Corey Allen||Actor||Lieutenant Johnny Baker||1||1000005|
|Kem Dibbs||Actor||Captain Harvey Sparkman||1||1000006|
|Tyler McVey||Actor||General Norgath||1||1000007|
|David Rose||Theme Song||("Men Into Space")||120932||8000002|
When it comes to the old adage "Two is company, three is a crowd," fans of the original 'Total Recall' and the upcoming reboot (in theaters Aug. 3) may beg to differ. Still, here are some pop culture trios that really should be duos.
Ben Affleck's early Oscar contender 'Argo' is a political thriller you have to see to believe. Based on the astonishing true story of the unconventional rescue of six U.S. diplomats from Tehran during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, it's something only Hollywood could dare to dream up. In honor of Argo we look back other movies whose stories are so outrageous and unbelievable they had to be true because, well, they were.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.