The X-Files/Fight the Future
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The X-Files: Fight the Future is the first feature film of The X-Files.
Also Starring: Martin Landau (Kurtzweil), Blythe Danner (Cassidy), William B. Davis (The Cigarette-Smoking Man), John Neville (The Well-Manicured Man), Mitch Pileggi (Assistant Director Walter Skinner), Jeffrey De Munn (Bronschweig), Terry O'Quinn (Michaud)
And: Armin Mueller-Stahl (Strughold)
Co-Starring: Lucas Black (Stevie), Chris Fennell (2nd Boy), Cody Newton (3rd Boy), Blake Stokes (4th Boy), Dean Haglund (Langly (The Lone Gunmen)), Bruce Harwood (Byers (The Lone Gunmen)), Tom Braidwood (Frohike (The Lone Gunmen)), Don S. Williams (Group Elder), George Murdock (2nd Elder), Michael Shamus Wiles (Black-Haired Man), Craig Davis (Primitive #1), Carrick O'Quinn (Primitive #2), Tom Woodruff, Jr. (Creature #1), Gregory B. Ballora (Creature #2), T.W. King (FBI Agent on Roof), Luis Beckford (FBI Agent), Steve Rankin (Field Agent), Gary Grubbs (Fire Captain Cooles), Steven M. Gagnon (Last Agent Out), Lawrence Joshua (DC Cop), Glendon Rich (DC Cop #2), Gunther Jensen (Security Guard), Scott Smith (Technician), Ian Ruskin (Well-Manicured Man's Valet), Paul Welterlen (Control Room Operator), Joel Traywick (Young Naval Guard), Milton Johns (British Valet), Paul Tuerpé (1st Paramedic), Michael A. Krawic (2nd Paramedic), Larry Rippenkroeger (Towncar Driver), Josh McLaglen (Buzz Mihoe), Randy Hall (Windbreakered Agent), T.C. Badalato (Fireman), Amine Zary (Tunisian)