The multi-talented cast includes Elijah Wood, Mandy Moore, Lance Henriksen, and Paul Reubens.
The original "TRON" recently celebrated its 30th anniversary.
Several motion pictures include “Gods and Generals” with Robert Duvall, Jeff Daniels, Stephen Lang and Mira Sorvino; “The Babe” with John Goodman and Kelly Mc Gillis; “Kuffs” with Christian Slater; and “The Baltimore Bullet” with James Coburn.
Numerous TV movie credits include “The Secret” with Kirk Douglas; “Perfect Family” with Jennifer O’Neal and Joanna Cassidy; “Double Jeopardy” with Rachel Ward, Sally Kirkland and Sela Ward; ”Passion Flower” with Barbara Hershey and Nicol Williamson; and Hallmark Channel movies, “Love’s Resounding Courage” and “Falling in Love with the Girl Next Door”; among many others.
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Boxleitner was inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City in April 2012, honoring him for his illustrious career in western films. In 1999, Boxleitner authored "Frontier Earth" and in 2001, its sequel "Frontier Earth: Searcher," published by The Berkley Publishing Group.
Most of these crossovers can be assumed to be in continuity for one or both of the characters or universes involved, although the events of the crossover may not be mentioned afterward by either party.
However, it was in Boxleitner's four-year run for CBS' "Scarecrow and Mrs.
King," starring opposite Kate Jackson, which endeared him to fans everywhere and made him a household name.
In 1972, he starred in the Broadway production of “Status Quo Vadis” with Ted Danson.
He then re-located to Los Angeles and quickly landed a guest spot on the legendary TV series “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” as well as numerous guest roles on series, including “Hawaii 5-0”, “Beretta”, “Police Woman”, and “Gunsmoke.” Boxleitner’s big break occurred when he was cast opposite James Arness in the pilot for the epic TV series “How the West Was Won.” He went on to star in the CBS series “Bring ‘em Back Alive”; mini-series “East of Eden”; and TV movie “The Last Convertible.” In 1982, Boxleitner was cast as the title role in Disney’s cult film “TRON” which garnered him sci-fi fans worldwide.