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Afraid of the Dark (1991)

Director: Mark Peploe

Writers: Mark Peploe; Frederick Seidel

Music: Richard Hartley

Producer: Simon Bosanquet

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Fanny Ardant
22-Mar-1949   Confidentially Yours
James Fox
19-May-1939   A Passage to India
Paul McGann
14-Nov-1959   Withnail & I
Robert Stephens
14-Jul-1931 12-Nov-1995 The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
David Thewlis
20-Mar-1963   Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban


James Fox   ...   Frank
Fanny Ardant   ...   Miriam
Paul McGann   ...   Tony
Clare Holman   ...   Rose
Robert Stephens   ...   Dan Burns
Susan Wooldridge   ...   Lucy
David Thewlis   ...   Locksmith -- Tom Miller
Struan Rodger   ...   Window Cleaner
Rosalind Knight   ...   Edith
Jeremy Flynn   ...   Jim Gilbert
Ben Keyworth   ...   Lucas
Niven Boyd   ...   Ice-Cream Man
Frederick Treves   ...   Eye Surgeon
Sheila Burrell   ...   Meg
Hilary Mason   ...   Basement Woman
Frances Cuka   ...   Mrs. Dalton
Laurence Harrington   ...   Neighbor
Cassie Stuart   ...   Woman Neighbor
Jean Serret   ...   Bob
Gwyneth Strong   ...   Blind Mother with Baby
Catriona MacColl   ...   Blind Woman -- Wedding Friend
Oona Howard   ...   Little Girl
Star Acri   ...   1st Girl at Wedding
Lola Peploe   ...   2nd Girl at Wedding
Ed Stobart   ...   Police Driver
Colleen Passard   ...   Nurse with Knitting
Gerard Dimiglio   ...   Wedding Guest / Policeman
Daniel Andre Pageon   ...   Wedding Guest / Policeman
Tiffany Bryant   ...   Tess
Youshka   ...   Toby
Fenton   ...   Toby


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