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Alive & Kicking (Nov-1996)

Original Title: Indian Summer

Director: Nancy Meckler

Writer: Martin Sherman

Producer: Martin Pope

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jason Flemyng
Actor
25-Sep-1966   The Quatermass Experiment
Bill Nighy
Actor
12-Dec-1949   Love Actually
Dorothy Tutin
Actor
8-Apr-1930 6-Aug-2001 Savage Messiah

CAST

Jason Flemyng   ...   Tonio
Antony Sher   ...   Jack
Dorothy Tutin   ...   Luna
Anthony Higgins   ...   Ramon
Bill Nighy   ...   Tristan
Philip Voss   ...   Duncan
Diane Parish   ...   Millie
Aiden Waters   ...   Vincent
Natalie Roles   ...   Catherine
Freddy Douglas   ...   Luke
Kenneth Tharp   ...   Howard
Michael Keegan-Dolan   ...   Alan
Ruth Lass   ...   Night Nurse
Linda Bassett   ...   Doctor
Hilary Reynolds   ...   Nurse
Dickon Tolson   ...   Mugger
David Ashton   ...   Paris Mourner
Annabel Leventon   ...   Paris Mourner
David Phelan   ...   Mourner
Dugald Bruce Lockhart   ...   Man at Club
Ian Abbey   ...   T-Shirt Man
John Baxter   ...   Man at Bar
Jason Cheater   ...   Smoking Man
Ellen Van Schuylenburch   ...   Dance Teacher
Marty Cruickshank   ...   Woman at Party
Allan Corduner   ...   Therapist at Party
Richard Hope   ...   Karaoke Doctor
Martin Sherman   ...   Man at Pub
Sakuntala Ramanee   ...   Hospital Doctor
Frank Boyce   ...   Man in Park
Frank Bock   ...   Dancer
Odette Hughes   ...   Dancer
Michelle Levi   ...   Dancer
Ulala Yamamoto   ...   Dancer
Steven Houghton   ...   Dancer

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