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Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain (3-Nov-1995)

Director: Kevin James Dobson

Writer: Barry Glasser

Music by: Joel McNeely

Producers: Martin Bregman; Rolf Deyhle; Michael S. Bregman

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Anna Chlumsky
Actor
3-Dec-1980   My Girl
Roger R. Cross
Actor
19-Oct-1966   Curtis Manning on 24
Polly Draper
Actor
15-Jun-1955   Ellyn Warren on thirtysomething
Jennifer Hale
Actor
30-Jan-1972   Sam on Totally Spies!
David Keith
Actor
8-May-1954   Firestarter
Brian Kerwin
Actor
25-Oct-1949   Murphy's Romance
Christina Ricci
Actor
12-Feb-1980   The Addams Family
Diana Scarwid
Actor
27-Aug-1955   Mommie Dearest
Jewel Staite
Actor
2-Jun-1982   Kaylee Frye on Firefly

CAST

Christina Ricci   ...   Beth Easton
Anna Chlumsky   ...   Jody Salerno
Polly Draper   ...   Kate Easton
Brian Kerwin   ...   Matt Hollinger
Diana Scarwid   ...   Lynette Salerno
David Keith   ...   Ray Karnisak
Gillian Barber   ...   Grace Briggs
Ashleigh Aston Moore   ...   Tracy Briggs
Jewel Staite   ...   Samantha
Amy Kirk   ...   Molly Morgan
Dwight McFee   ...   Sgt. Weller
Andrew Wheeler   ...   Hank
Roger R. Cross   ...   Paramedic
Kimberley Warnat   ...   Girl
Jesse Moss   ...   Adam
Scott Augustine   ...   Doug
Steve Makaj   ...   Deputy Ted
Betty Phillips   ...   Mysterious Woman
Jay Brazeau   ...   Everett Graham
Dustin Brooks   ...   Fight Boy
Philip Josef   ...   Fight Boy
Carren Learning   ...   Adult Beth (voice)

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