Wolf 359 (The Outer Limits) - Cast

Cast

  • Patrick O'Neal – as Jonathan Meridith
  • Sara Shane – as Ethel Meridith
  • Peter Haskell – as Peter Jellicoe
  • Ben Wright – as Philip Exeter Dundee
  • Dabney Coleman – as James Custer

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