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Yentl (18-Nov-1983)

Director: Barbra Streisand

Writers: Jack Rosenthal; Barbra Streisand

From novel: Yentl, the Yeshiva Boy by Isaac Bashevis Singer

Music by: Michel Legrand

Producers: Barbra Streisand; Rusty Lemorande

Keywords: Musical, Drama, Crossdressing, Jewish

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steven Hill
Actor
24-Feb-1922   Adam Schiff on Law & Order
Amy Irving
Actor
10-Sep-1953   Carrie and Yentl
Miriam Margolyes
Actor
18-May-1941   The Age of Innocence
Mandy Patinkin
Actor
30-Nov-1952   Dead Like Me
Nehemiah Persoff
Actor
2-Aug-1919   The Harder They Fall
Barbra Streisand
Singer
24-Apr-1942   You Don't Bring Me Flowers

CAST

Starring
Barbra Streisand   ...   Yentl
Mandy Patinkin   ...   Avigdor
Amy Irving   ...   Hadass
Co-Starring
Nehemiah Persoff   ...   Reb Mendel "Papa"
Steven Hill   ...   Reb Alter Vishkower
Allan Corduner   ...   Shimmele
Ruth Goring   ...   Esther Rachel
David de Keyser   ...   Rabbi Zalman
Bernard Spear   ...   Tailor
Doreen Mantle   ...   Mrs. Shaemen
Lynda Barron   ...   Peshe
Jack Lynn   ...   Bookseller
Anna Tzelniker   ...   Mrs. Kovner
Miriam Margolyes   ...   Sarah
Mary Henry   ...   Mrs. Jacobs
Robbie Barnett   ...   Tailor's Assistant
Ian Sears   ...   David
Frank Baker   ...   Village Student
Anthony Rubes   ...   Village Student
Renata Buser   ...   Mrs. Shaemen's Daughter
Yeshiva Students
Kerry Shale   ...   Yeshiva Student
Danny Brainin   ...   Yeshiva Student
Gary Brown   ...   Yeshiva Student
Jonathan Tafler   ...   Yeshiva Student
Peter Whitman   ...   Yeshiva Student
Teddy Kempner   ...   Yeshiva Student

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