The Seekers

Drama, Historical
The third movie about the Kent family of Revolutionary days from the pen of best-selling author John Jakes, this two-part, four-hour follow-up to "The Bastard" and "The Rebels" continues the account of Philip Kent's ...more

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... Abraham Kent

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... Flora Cato

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... Captain Isaac Drew

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... Elizabeth Fletcher

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... Avery Mills

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... Gilbert Kent

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... Edna Clapper

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... Amos Samuels

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... Lieutenant Hamilton Stovall

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... Oliver Prouty

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... Harriet Kent

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... Elijah Weatherby

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The third movie about the Kent family of Revolutionary days from the pen of best-selling author John Jakes, this two-part, four-hour follow-up to "The Bastard" and "The Rebels" continues the account of Philip Kent's life and career from his emigration to colonial Massachusetts through the American Revolutionary War, and completes the family saga with the story of his two sons and their children as they arrive in the unexplored Northwest Territory. Martin Milner has the part of the aging Philip Kent (played in the two earlier films by Andrew Stevens), with Randolph Mantooth (in the more dominant starring role) as son Abraham and George DeLoy as Gilbert. Made for the Operation Prime Time cosortium of independent stations, "The Seekers" had its premiere, surprisingly, on HBO five months before airing on the OPT network of stations (December 3 and 4, 1979).

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