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Soylent Green

Title
Soylent Green (2022)
Soylent Green
Year
2022
Catalog
IMDB
Rating
6.9 from 10 with total 682 votes
Premiere
1973-04-18
Runtime
97 minutes
Description
In an overpopulated futuristic Earth, a New York police detective finds himself marked for murder by government agents when he gets too close to a bizarre state secret involving the origins of a revolutionary and needed new foodstuff.
Cast

Charlton Heston character Detective Robert Thorn

Leigh Taylor-Young character Shirl

Chuck Connors character Tab Fielding

Joseph Cotten character William R. Simonson

Brock Peters character Chief Hatcher

Paula Kelly character Martha Phillips

Edward G. Robinson character Sol Roth

Stephen Young character Gilbert

Mike Henry character Kulozik

Lincoln Kilpatrick character The Priest

Roy Jenson character Donovan

Leonard Stone character Charles

Whit Bissell character Gov. Santini

Celia Lovsky character The Exchange Leader

Dick Van Patten character Usher #1

Morgan Farley character Book #1

John Barclay character Book #2

Belle Mitchell character Book #3

Cyril Delevanti character Book #4

Forest Wood character Attendant

Faith Quabius character Attendant

Jane Dulo character Mrs. Santini

John Dennis character Wagner

Jan Bradley character Bandana Woman

Carlos Romero character New Tenant

Pat Houtchens character Fat Guard

Joyce Williams character The Furniture Girls

Erica Hagen character The Furniture Girls

Beverly Gill character The Furniture Girls

Suesie Eejima character The Furniture Girls

Cheri Howell character The Furniture Girls

Kathy Silva character The Furniture Girls

Jennifer King character The Furniture Girls

Marion Charles character The Furniture Girls

Molly Dodd character Soylent Yellow Seller (uncredited)

Gwen Farrell character Woman in Confessional Line (uncredited)

Bern Hoffman character Plastics Seller (uncredited)

Robert Ito character Shoe Seller (uncredited)

Nora Marlowe character Soylent Crumbs Seller (uncredited)

Ida Mae McKenzie character Woman Calling for Revolution (uncredited)

Richard Sterne character TV Announcer (uncredited)

Jeff Winkless character Suicide Parlor Attendant (uncredited)