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  • Rate: 7.7/10 total 452,165 votes
  • Genre: Biography | Drama | History | Thriller
  • Release Date: 12 October 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: 120 min | 130 min (Extended Version)
  • Filming Location: McLean, Virginia, USA
  • Budget: $44,500,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $136,019,448 (USA) (19 April 2013)
  • Director: Ben Affleck
  • Stars: Ben Affleck, Bryan Cranston, John Goodman |See full cast & crew »
  • Original Music By: Alexandre Desplat
  • Soundtrack: Escape from the Ovions
  • Sound Mix: SDDS | Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Iranian | Iran | Canadian | Hostage | CIA


Argo (2012) Writing Credits By:

  • Chris Terrio (screenplay by)
  • Tony Mendez  based on a selection from “The Master of Disguise” by (as Antonio J. Argo 2012 Mendez) and
  • Joshuah Bearman  based on the Wired Magazine article “The Great Escape” by

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  • In an interview with Piers Morgan, former American President Jimmy Carter said that he believes the film was a “great drama” and it deserved to win an Oscar for best film. Argo 2012 However, Carter noted that although “90 per cent of the contributions to the ideas and the consummation of the plan was Canadian,” the film “gives almost full credit to the American CIA. Argo 2012 With that exception, the movie’s very good,” Carter said, but “the main hero, in my opinion, was Ken Taylor, who was the Canadian ambassador who orchestrated the entire process.” 319 of 321 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Ben Affleck has stated that the production was granted unprecedented access to the CIA’s actual headquarters, both for interiors and exteriors, and that the gratitude for that privilege belongs to Tony Mendez, the retired C.I.A. Argo 2012 officer portrayed by Affleck in the film. Argo 2012 169 of 171 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • In order to make the movie feel like the 1970s, Ben Affleck shot it on regular film, cut the frames in half, and blew those images up 200% to increase their graininess. Argo 2012 He also copied camera movements and bustling office scenes from All the President’s Men (1976) for sequences depicting CIA headquarters; for L.A. Argo 2012 exteriors, he borrowed from The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976). Argo 2012 195 of 198 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • In reality Tony Mendez was only in Tehran for a day and a half. Argo 2012 68 of 68 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Ben Affleck requested that the actors playing the embassy refugees live together for a week in a house dressed with 1979 decor in order to get acquainted and to better understand the period. Argo 2012 98 of 99 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • In the movie, it was stated that both the British and New Zealand embassies in Tehran turned away the six American diplomats, leaving the Canadians as their only refuge. Argo 2012 In fact the British embassy did shelter the six for a few days but it was agreed by everyone that the Canadian embassy would be more secure and suitable, so they moved. Argo 2012 A New Zealand official transported them and the British also helped other Americans trapped in the country at the time. Argo 2012 Director Ben Affleck acknowledged that he intentionally deviated from the real events in order to quicken the pace and build up the tension. Argo 2012 178 of 182 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • As shown in this movie, by the late 1970s, the Hollywood sign (which had first been erected in 1923 as “HOLLYWOODLAND” to advertise an upcoming real estate development) had fallen into severe disrepair. Argo 2012 In 1978, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce had a fund-raising campaign in which they solicited nine prominent people to give about $28,000.00 each (one donor for each letter) for the restoration. Argo 2012 Some of these benefactors included: Playboy Magazine founder Hugh Hefner, who gave the Y; singers Gene Autry and Andy Williams (the second L and the W, respectively), and heavy metal/shock rock star Alice Cooper, who replaced the third O (by far the most damaged of the letters) in memory of Groucho Marx. Argo 2012 Warner Bros. Argo 2012 Records, a division of the company that later released Argo, donated the second O. Argo 2012 However, this restoration was completed before the events depicted in this movie started. Argo 2012 92 of 93 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • In a curious coincidence, the Swissair airliner that flew the six “houseguests” from Tehran to Zurich was code-named “Aargau” (after the canton/district in Switzerland). Argo 2012 128 of 131 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • All the Super 8 footage that is used in the opening sequence of the storming of the embassy was completely recreated. Argo 2012 None of it is authentic. Argo 2012 77 of 78 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Ben Affleck was criticized by some viewers for casting himself (a European-American) as Tony Mendez and not a Latino/Hispanic actor. Argo 2012 Mendez (who is half-Mexican, half-European) however said he had “no problem” with being portrayed by Affleck, and approved of his performance. Argo 2012 150 of 155 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |

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Goofs: Factual errors: The insignia outside the Canadian Ambassador’s residence is a maple leaf. Argo 2012 This is not used by Canadian diplomatic missions. Argo 2012 The royal Canadian coat of arms (implemented in 1921) would have been used instead.

Argo (2012) Plot: Acting under the cover of a Hollywood producer scouting a location for a science fiction film, a CIA agent launches a dangerous operation to rescue six Americans in Tehran during the U.S. Argo 2012 hostage crisis in Iran in 1980. Argo 2012 Full summary »  »

Argo (2012) Story: In 1979, the American embassy in Iran was invaded by Iranian revolutionaries and several Americans were taken hostage. Argo 2012 However, six managed to escape to the official residence of the Canadian Ambassador and the CIA was ordered to get them out of the country. Argo 2012 With few options, exfiltration expert Tony Mendez devised a daring plan: create a phony Canadian film project looking to shoot in Iran and smuggle the Americans out as its production crew. Argo 2012 With the help of some trusted Hollywood contacts, Mendez created the ruse and proceeded to Iran as its associate producer. Argo 2012 However, time was running out with the Iranian security forces closing in on the truth while both his charges and the White House had grave doubts about the operation themselves. Argo 2012 Written byKenneth Chisholm (

Argo (2012) Synopsis: The movie begins with a brief history of the Persian Empire, leading up to more modern times, when the Iranian leadership was overthrown in 1953, with the assistance of the United States and Great Britain. Argo 2012 The pro-Western Shah of Iran led the country until 1979, when he was overthrown among great resentment among the people for his continuing efforts to westernize the country and for his repressive policies. Argo 2012 Ayatollah Khomeini assumed control of the country. Argo 2012 The Shah was exiled to Egypt and later went to the U.S. Argo 2012 to receive cancer treatments. Argo 2012 Although President Carter allowed the Shah to come to the U.S. Argo 2012 for humanitarian reasons, the people of Iran viewed it as more fuel for the anti-American fire.

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On November 4, 1979, militants are protesting outside the U.S. Argo 2012 embassy in Tehran. Argo 2012 They are demanding the Shah be returned to Iran to stand trial. Argo 2012 When some of the protesters manage to scale the boundary fence, orders are given to start destroying all embassy records, some by shredding and some by burning. Argo 2012 Equipment is also destroyed.

The head of embassy security attempts to go outside and reason with the militants, but he’s immediately captured and taken hostage. Argo 2012 The marines charged with guarding the embassy are armed, but their leader cautions them not to shoot anyone. Argo 2012 They limit their efforts to the use of tear gas, but once the chains on the outside gates are removed, the militants storm the embassy and take 66 of the 72 diplomats and embassy staff hostage. Argo 2012 Six of the staff, in the only building with a direct exit to the street, are able to escape and hide in the home of the Canadian ambassador Ken Taylor (Victor Garber). Argo 2012 (Fourteen of the hostages were later released, mostly because they were from countries already considered repressed by the U.S., or for health reasons.)

One of the militants comes across a poster photo of the Ayatollah with several darts in it, adding to the furor of the moment.

In the following days, weeks and months, the hostages were blindfolded and paraded in front of TV cameras and jeering crowds. Argo 2012 They were not allowed to speak or read, and they were rarely permitted to change clothes. Argo 2012 Throughout the crisis there was a frightening uncertainty about their fate: The hostages never knew whether they were going to be tortured, murdered or set free.

Sixty-nine days into the crisis, the Canadians are increasingly uncomfortable with keeping the six Americans at their embassy. Argo 2012 Word is that the Iranians have set up sweat shops utilizing Iranian children to go through the laborious process of piecing together the shredded documents. Argo 2012 It’s only a matter of time before they are able to realize that not all embassy staff have been accounted for and if they reconstruct photographs, they will know who to look for.

With the six escapees’ situation thus far kept secret, the U.S. Argo 2012 State Department begins to explore options for “exfiltrating” them from Iran. Argo 2012 Tony Mendez (Ben Affleck), a CIA operations specialist, is brought in for consultation. Argo 2012 Mendez criticizes the proposals submitted to that point, but he also doesn’t have any better plan to offer. Argo 2012 Then, one day he is at home watching the film “Battle for the Planet of the Apes” on TV with his son, and he’s inspired to devise a plan to have the escapees pose as Canadian filmmakers, scouting “exotic” locations in Iran for a new sci-fi film. Argo 2012 That would provide them a legitimate reason to leave the country.

Mendez and his supervisor Jack O’Donnell (Bryan Cranston) contact John Chambers (John Goodman), a Hollywood make-up artist who has previously crafted disguises for the CIA. Argo 2012 Realizing they’ll need as much legitimacy as possible to make the effort believable, Chambers contacts the film producer Lester Siegel (Alan Arkin). Argo 2012 Initially skeptical, Siegel eventually agrees to help and together they set up a phony film studio, “Studio 6,” publicize their plans, and establish the pretense of developing Argo, a “science fantasy” in the style of Star Wars, to lend credibility to the group’s cover story.

The student militants threaten to try the 52 hostages as spies and carry out appropriate punishments. Argo 2012 They go so far as to take a small group of hostages, tie them up, blindfold them, and line them up in preparation for execution by firing squad. Argo 2012 The weapons are fired, but they are not loaded, so it turned out to be a cruel hoax. Argo 2012 Martial law appears to be in effect throughout Iran, under the rule of the Ayatollah, with opposition members in some cases being shot or hung from the booms of construction cranes, after what amounts to trial via kangaroo courts.

Tensions rise as the Iranian housekeeper at the Canadian Embassy is starting to ask questions about the six “guests”, such as why they never leave the residence.

As he offers the best of what seem to be nothing but bad proposals to effect a rescue of the six Americans, Mendez ultimately receives approval from the Secretary of State to proceed with his fictitious movie plan. Argo 2012 He travels to Iran via Istanbul.

Posing as a producer for Argo, Mendez enters Iran and links up with the six escapees. Argo 2012 He provides them with Canadian passports and fake identities to prepare them to get through security at the airport when it comes time to leave. Argo 2012 Although afraid to trust Mendez’s scheme, they reluctantly go along with it, knowing that Mendez is risking his own life too, and convinced that it is their only option. Argo 2012 Each of the six is tasked with assuming a new identity, involving some use of physical disguise and memorizing details about their new personal histories.

The plan is for the group go out in public for a day to scout the local bazaar as a potential filming site. Argo 2012 That is intended to add credence to their cover story, then they will leave the country the following day. Argo 2012 The visit at the bazaar takes a bad turn when a local businessman takes exception at one of the women in the group taking photos. Argo 2012 Fortunately, the group’s Iranian culture contact is able to get them away from the increasingly hostile crowd, but the incident is very upsetting to everyone.

When it’s learned that President Carter has authorized a Delta Force military rescue attempt of the 52 hostages, Mendez is told by O’Donnell that his smaller operation has been canceled, so as to avoid any potential conflicts. Argo 2012 Mendez is furious. Argo 2012 Because he feels personally responsible for the fate of the six, he decides to go ahead with the plan.

That night, Mendez and the six imbibe heavily in alcohol as they attempt to calm their nerves and prepare to either escape or die the next day.

The next morning, Mendez calls O’Donnell on a secure phone and tells him he’s going ahead with the plan, then hangs up before O’Donnell can try to talk him out of it. Argo 2012 O’Donnell is forced to scramble to get word of Mendez’s decision to the secretaries of state and defense, and ultimately to President Carter, who is the only person who can re-authorize the purchase of tickets for Mendez and the six on a Swissair flight out of Tehran.

A member of the Ayatollah’s regime goes to visit the housekeeper at the Canadian Embassy. Argo 2012 Fortunately, her story provides continuing cover for the six U.S. Argo 2012 embassy employees, as she lies and tells the official that the six had only been at the residence for two days. Argo 2012 She must now find a way out of the country for her own safety (she goes to Iraq). Argo 2012 The Canadian ambassador and his wife leave for the airport shortly after Mendez and the six do.

Tension rises at the airport for Mendez and the six. Argo 2012 As they check in for their boarding passes, there is no record of any flight reservations. Argo 2012 President Carter was just in the process of re-authorizing the mission. Argo 2012 Mendez has no way of knowing this, but he asks the ticket agent to check again. Argo 2012 This time, the reservations appear and they receive their boarding passes.

At the next security check for passports, a skeptical security official is reluctant to approve the six to continue on their way, as there is no original record of their having arrived in Iran two days before, just the carbon copies the six have with them. Argo 2012 The official only changes his mind when a letter from the Iranian Minister of Cultural Works is handed to him. Argo 2012 That letter provided authorization for the group to come to Iran.

As the group approaches the third tier of security at the airport, a member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard is checking passports and boarding passes at the gate. Argo 2012 He directs the six to a nearby room. Argo 2012 The guard is also suspicious as to who they really are and what they are doing there. Argo 2012 One of the six speaks Farsi and engages the guard in a dialogue about who they are and their reason for being in Iran. Argo 2012 He produces copies of some of the movies’ storyboards, and a copy of a newspaper advertisement for the movie. Argo 2012 Mendez hands the guard a business card, for the fake production company back in Los Angeles, and tells him they can confirm the group’s authenticity.

The guard examines the newspaper and places a call to the number on the card. Argo 2012 However, Siegel and Chambers have been delayed from returning to their office by some ongoing filming taking place at the adjacent stage. Argo 2012 Just as the guard is about to hang up the phone, Chambers answers. Argo 2012 The guard asks to speak with Mendez. Argo 2012 Chambers tells the caller that Mendez is out of country on a scouting trip. Argo 2012 The guard hangs up and returns to the gate to authorize the group to proceed aboard.

Meanwhile, the children’s sweat shop work had successfully re-constructed a photo of one of the six which was then matched to a surreptitious photo taken of the man at the bazaar the day before. Argo 2012 Revolutionary Guards rush to the Canadian Embassy to find it abandoned and all the equipment destroyed.

The group boards the plane just before the Iranian guards at the airport are informed of the ruse. Argo 2012 As the 747 taxis down the runway, it is chased by two Iranian police cars and a truck filled with Revolutionary Guards. Argo 2012 The plane is going too fast for them to get in front of it. Argo 2012 Mendez and the hostages breathe a sigh of relief only when the plane has left Iranian airspace. Argo 2012 That was day 87 of the hostage crisis.

To protect the hostages remaining in Tehran from possible retaliation, all U.S. Argo 2012 involvement in the rescue is suppressed, giving full credit to the Canadian government and its ambassador. Argo 2012 Iranian government officials are very unhappy with the Canadians.

Back in the U.S., as Mendez is turning in his mission-related documents for storage at a CIA facility, he decides to keep one of the fictional movie story boards. Argo 2012 He places it on a shelf in his son’s bedroom, among other models and toys related to sci-fi movies.

Mendez is awarded the Intelligence Star, but due to the classified nature of the mission, he would not be able to keep the medal, or tell anyone that he’d received it. Argo 2012 That changed in 1997, when President Clinton declassified the details of the event.

John Chambers was awarded CIA’s Intelligence Medal of Merit for his involvement in the “Canadian Caper.”

On Election Day, one year and two days after the hostage crisis began, Ronald Reagan defeated Jimmy Carter in a landslide.

On January 21, 1981, just a few hours after Ronald Reagan delivered his inaugural address, the remaining 52 hostages were released. Argo 2012 They had been in captivity for 444 days.

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  • Ben Affleck known as producer
  • Chris Brigham known as executive producer
  • Chay Carter known as executive producer
  • George Clooney known as producer
  • Tim Headington known as executive producer
  • Amy Herman known as co-producer
  • Grant Heslov known as producer
  • Graham King known as executive producer
  • David Klawans known as executive producer
  • Alex Sutherland known as line producer: Turkey
  • Nina Wolarsky known as executive producer

Watch Argo (2012) Free Full Movie Online FullCast & Crew:

  • Ben Affleck known as Tony Mendez
  • Bryan Cranston known as Jack O’Donnell
  • Alan Arkin known as Lester Siegel
  • John Goodman known as John Chambers
  • Victor Garber known as Ken Taylor
  • Tate Donovan known as Bob Anders
  • Clea DuVall known as Cora Lijek
  • Scoot McNairy known as Joe Stafford
  • Rory Cochrane known as Lee Schatz
  • Christopher Denham known as Mark Lijek
  • Kerry Bishé known as Kathy Stafford
  • Kyle Chandler known as Hamilton Jordan
  • Chris Messina known as Malinov
  • Zeljko Ivanek known as Robert Pender
  • Titus Welliver known as Bates
  • Keith Szarabajka known as Adam Engell
  • Bob Gunton known as Cyrus Vance
  • Richard Kind known as Max Klein
  • Richard Dillane known as OSS Officer Nicholls
  • Omid Abtahi known as Reza Borhani
  • Page Leong known as Pat Taylor
  • Farshad Farahat known as Azizi Checkpoint #3
  • Sheila Vand known as Sahar
  • Karina Logue known as Elizabeth Ann Swift
  • Ryan Ahern known as Sgt. Argo 2012 Sickmann
  • Bill Tangradi known as Alan B. Argo 2012 Golacinski
  • Jamie McShane known as William J. Argo 2012 Daugherty
  • Matthew Glave known as Col. Argo 2012 Charles W. Argo 2012 Scott
  • Roberto Garcia known as Sgt. Argo 2012 William Gallegos
  • Christopher Stanley known as Thomas L. Argo 2012 Ahern, Jr.
  • Jon Woodward Kirby known as Fred Kupke
  • Alborz Basiratmand known as Student with Poster
  • Ruty Rutenberg known as Marine #1
  • Michael Woolston known as Marine #2
  • Sharareh Sedghi known as Lady with Radio
  • Bobby Zegar known as Tear Gas Student
  • Victor McCay known as Malick
  • Matt Nolan known as Peter Genco
  • J.R. Argo 2012 Cacia known as Brice
  • Bill Kalmenson known as Hal Saunders
  • Rob Brownstein known as Landon Butler
  • David Sullivan known as Jon Titterton
  • Jean Carol known as Jordan’s Secretary
  • Michael Cassidy known as Jordan’s Analyst
  • John Boyd known as Lamont
  • Yuri Sardarov known as Rossi (as Yuriy Sardarov)
  • Nikka Far known as Tehran Mary
  • Aidan Sussman known as Ian Mendez
  • Barry Livingston known as David Marmor
  • Ali Saam known as Ali Khalkhali
  • Araz Vahid Ebrahim Nia known as Moradi
  • Scott Anthony Leet known as The Minotaur
  • Ashley Wood known as Space Lab Nurse
  • Rob Tepper known as Film Director
  • Ray Porter known as First A.D.
  • Stephen J. Argo 2012 Lattanzi known as PA
  • Danielle Barbosa known as Lester’s Housekeeper
  • Michael Parks known as Jack Kirby
  • Eric Scott Cooper known as Publicist
  • Adrienne Barbeau known as Nina / Serksi the Gallactic Witch
  • Tom Lenk known as Variety Reporter
  • Nelson Franklin known as LA Times Reporter
  • Kelly Curran known as Princess Aleppa
  • Mark Rhino Smith known as Evil Villain
  • Scott Elrod known as Achilles Crux
  • Bill Blair known as Humanoid Robot
  • Daston Kalili known as Green Jacket
  • Joseph S. Argo 2012 Griffo known as Nestor the Android
  • Andrew Varenhorst known as Blue Monster
  • Amitis Frances Ariano known as Persian Dancer
  • Alison Fiori known as Sci Fi Body Suit Girl
  • Taies Farzan known as Middle Class Iranian Woman
  • Rafi Pitts known as Iranian Consulate Official
  • Allegra Carpenter known as British Airways Flight Attendant
  • Bobby Naderi known as Airport Husband
  • Ray Haratian known as Immigration Officer
  • Mehrdad Sarlak known as Immigration Officer
  • Soheil Tasbihchi known as Immigration Officer
  • Hovik Gharibian known as Immigration Officer
  • Dorianne Pahlavan known as Airport Hysterical Wife
  • Houshang Touzie known as Deputy Minister of Islamic Guidance
  • Peter Henry Schroeder known as Producer (as Peter-Henry Schroeder)
  • Ali Farkhonde known as Tehran Car Rental Man
  • Sahm McGlynn known as Bearded Fundamentalist in Bazaar
  • Muhammed Cangören known as Bazaar Shopkeeper (as Muhammed Cangoren)
  • Asghar Allah Veirdi Zadeh known as Bazaar Angry Man
  • Leyla Beysulen known as Angry Woman (as Leyla Beysülen)
  • Lindsey Ginter known as Hedley Donovan
  • Tim Quill known as Alan Sosa
  • Larry Sullivan known as Engell’s Secretary
  • Danilo Di Julio known as Sgt. Argo 2012 Gauthier
  • Fanshen Cox known as White House Operator
  • Tehmina Sunny known as Swissair Ticketing Agent
  • Amir K known as Passport Official (as Amir Kamyab)
  • Baris Deli known as Carpet Factory Komiteh
  • Cas Anvar known as Revolutionary Guard
  • Bahram Khosraviani known as Revolutionary Guard
  • Sam Sheikholeslami known as Revolutionary Guard
  • Saba Sarem known as Revolutionary Guard
  • Puya Abbassi known as Revolutionary Guard
  • Reza Mir known as Komiteh Reza
  • Jozef Fahey known as Lock Up PA
  • Annie Little known as Swissair Gate Agent
  • Fahim Fazli known as Komiteh Subordinate
  • Brandon Tabassi known as Young Komiteh at Airport
  • John Hans Tester known as Swissair Pilot (as Hans Tester)
  • Alex Schemmer known as Swissair Co-Pilot
  • Yan Feldman known as Air Traffic Controller
  • Nancy Stelle known as Swissair Flight Attendant
  • Maz Siam known as Iraqi Border Guard
  • Ken Edling known as Assistant Secretary of State
  • Deborah Deimel Bean known as State Department Official
  • Michael Chieffo known as CIA Archives Officer
  • Taylor Schilling known as Christine Mendez
  • Marc Abbink known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Martin Andris known as Lab Sound Man (uncredited)
  • Noah Arrue known as Refugee (uncredited)
  • Ninef Arsanos known as Extra (uncredited)
  • Jeffrey Ashkin known as Iranian Protestor / Hollywood Partygoer (uncredited)
  • Gabriel Aslan known as Ian’s Friend (uncredited)
  • Koby Azarly known as Iranian Airport Police (uncredited)
  • Nima Azizi known as Mahmoud (uncredited)
  • Cathy Beasley known as Driver (uncredited)
  • Danielle Beckwith known as Greek Goddess (uncredited)
  • David Bittick known as Marine #3 (uncredited)
  • Michael Blumenstock known as CIA Officer (uncredited)
  • Phillip Borghee known as Iranian Protestor (uncredited)
  • Luke Burnyeat known as Hollywood Crew Member (uncredited)
  • Ramon Calzada known as Muslim Cleric (uncredited)
  • Rita Cannon known as Protester (uncredited)
  • Jimmy Carter known as Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • Momo Casablanca known as Visa Seeker (uncredited)
  • Victoria Charters known as Swissair Gate Rep (uncredited)
  • Jennifer Christopher known as Peg (uncredited)
  • Amaru Cloud known as Iranian Boy (uncredited)
  • Rebecca Clouse known as Flight Attendant (uncredited)
  • Shaun Daley known as Chancery Hostage (uncredited)
  • Vargha Davari known as Leader of the Firing Squad (uncredited)
  • Patricia DiZebba known as State Department Official (uncredited)
  • Matt Doherty known as Butler (uncredited)
  • Ehab Elgharabawy known as Iranian Passenger (uncredited)
  • Ibrahim Elkest known as Protester (uncredited)
  • Kristi Faye known as Airline Stewardess (uncredited)
  • Jerald Garner known as CIA Pit Team (uncredited)
  • Clark Gilmer known as Space Nurse (uncredited)
  • Sepideh Haftgoli known as Iranian Stewardess (uncredited)
  • Priyom Haider known as Protestor (uncredited)
  • Fouad Hajji known as Komiteh (uncredited)
  • Lucas N. Argo 2012 Hall known as Protestor (uncredited)
  • Philip Baker Hall known as C.I.A Director Stansfield Turner (uncredited)
  • Matt Harding known as Driver (uncredited)
  • Kevin Hawley known as Canadian Chancellor (uncredited)
  • Daniel Hayek known as Head Table Revolutionary #6 (uncredited)
  • Macon Hill known as Swiss Air Passenger (uncredited)
  • James A. Argo 2012 Howard known as CIA Agent (uncredited)
  • Jasmin Jandreau known as Swissair Passenger (uncredited)
  • Eli Jane known as Swissair Stewardess (uncredited)
  • Richard Allan Jones known as Smokehouse Patron (uncredited)
  • Rocky Kanaka known as Assistant (uncredited)
  • Jason Kapraun known as Argo Staff (uncredited)
  • Athena Talin Katalaris known as Persian Child / Refugee (uncredited)
  • David Dustin Kenyon known as Argo Staff (uncredited)
  • Siamak Keyvani known as Swissair Passenger (uncredited)
  • Michael Klemp known as State Department Member (uncredited)
  • Elena Kolpachikova known as Hollywood Actress (uncredited)
  • Michelangelo Kowalski known as Lab Tech (uncredited)
  • Germano Kuerten known as Revolutionary (uncredited)
  • Michael Kunselman known as Marine #4 (uncredited)
  • Veronika Kurshinskaya known as Air France Stewardess (uncredited)
  • Mihaela Lacramioara known as Refugee (uncredited)
  • Diamond Nicole Landeen known as Little Girl in Bar (uncredited)
  • Michael Laren known as Argo Graphic Designer (uncredited)
  • Jonathan Levian known as Komiteh Yoni (uncredited)
  • Michael Lovern known as Embassy Senior Staff Member (uncredited)
  • Chanelle Lyn known as Iranian Protestor (uncredited)
  • Amir Malaklou known as Brother Ali (uncredited)
  • Seli Marset known as Pakistani Stewardess (uncredited)
  • Ayden Mayeri known as Flight Attendant (uncredited)
  • Coleman McClary known as Hollywood Actor (uncredited)
  • Matt McColm known as Fighting movie star (uncredited)
  • Matt McVay known as Hollywood Actor (uncredited)
  • Roman Mitichyan known as Iranian Comiteh in Truck (uncredited)
  • Derek Mobraaten known as Protester (uncredited)
  • Tony Moore known as US Diplomat (uncredited)
  • Anthony Narvaez known as Head Table Revolutionary #7 (uncredited)
  • Armin Nasseri known as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Asal Nazerpour known as India Air Flight Attendant (uncredited)
  • Marsad Nikui known as Chilled Passenger (uncredited)
  • Randy Oglesby known as Pat Horan (uncredited)
  • Francisco Ovalle known as Protestant #1 (uncredited)
  • Josh Pellerin known as Iranian Protester (uncredited)
  • Erin Pickett known as Liz Taylor Look-alike (uncredited)
  • Sandra Plazinic known as Space Girl (uncredited)
  • Bill Porter known as Publicist (uncredited)
  • Tyson Power known as Canadian Embassy Staffer #2 (uncredited)
  • Rita Qatami known as Iranian Visa Seeker (uncredited)
  • Erick Ramirez known as Space Armor Pants Guy (uncredited)
  • Gerry Rand known as White House Staff (uncredited)
  • Sean Patrick Reilly known as Slone (uncredited)
  • Ray Remillard known as CIA Staff (uncredited)
  • Ayanery Reyes known as Swissair Iranian Passenger (uncredited)
  • Korrina Rico known as Hollywood Starlet (uncredited)
  • Vincent Rivera known as Cameraman (uncredited)
  • Moe Rock known as Protestor (uncredited)
  • Abe Rogland known as CIA Senior Agent (uncredited)
  • Brendan Rooney known as Marine Cpl. Argo 2012 (uncredited)
  • Mitchell Salberg known as Photographer (uncredited)
  • Nick Santoro known as Hostage (uncredited)
  • Christina Sardinas known as Protester (uncredited)
  • Noah Segura known as Film Producer (uncredited)
  • James Shanklin known as Mike Touzani (uncredited)
  • Brandon Slagle known as Canadian Embassy Staffer #1 (uncredited)
  • Dawn Sobolewski known as The Female Space Trooper (uncredited)
  • Sally Spaide known as Flight Attendant (uncredited)
  • Ania Spiering known as Goddess (uncredited)
  • Michael Stailey known as Chancery Staff (uncredited)
  • Steven T Stanton known as Sound Guy (uncredited)
  • Stephen Szibler known as CIA Agent (uncredited)
  • Kaveh Taherian known as Head Table Revolutionary #2 (uncredited)
  • Teemaree known as India Air Flight Attendant (uncredited)
  • Anthony Terracciano known as Waiter (uncredited)
  • John H. Argo 2012 Tobin known as CIA Agent (uncredited)
  • Fred Toma known as Bus Driver (uncredited)
  • Jack Topalian known as Iran Airline Staff (uncredited)
  • Sunny Vachher known as Iranian Protester (uncredited)
  • Desary Vailencour known as State Secretary (uncredited)
  • Dennis Velasco known as Iranian Protestor (uncredited)
  • Rocco Vitalia known as CIA Pit Team (uncredited)
  • Mike Wallace known as Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • Jeremy Gram Weaver known as Chancery Hostage (uncredited)
  • Don Whatley known as CIA Staff (uncredited)
  • Xavier Wolf known as Boy in Neighborhood (uncredited)
  • Rana Yamak known as Iranian Kid (uncredited)
  • Yasmeen Yamak known as Iranian Kid (uncredited)
  • Omid Zader known as Komiteh (uncredited)
  • Rafael Zubizarreta known as Protestor (uncredited)



Argo (2012) Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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