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Teen Wolf Too (20-Nov-1987)

Director: Christopher Leitch

Writers: R. Timothy Kring; Joseph Loeb III; Matthew Weisman

Original Score by: Mark Goldenberg

Producer: Kent Bateman

Keywords: Comedy, Werewolf

Sequel to Teen Wolf (1985).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Astin
30-Mar-1930   Gomez on The Addams Family
Jason Bateman
14-Jan-1969   Arrested Development
Kim Darby
8-Jul-1947   True Grit
Kathleen Freeman
17-Feb-1919 23-Aug-2001 Gen. Burkhalter's sister
James Hampton
6-Jul-1936   Trooper Dobbs on F Troop
Paul Sand
5-Mar-1935   The Hot Rock


Jason Bateman   ...   Todd Howard
Kim Darby   ...   Prof. Brooks
John Astin   ...   Dean Dunn
Paul Sand   ...   Coach Finstock
Mark Holton   ...   Chubby
James Hampton   ...   Uncle Harold
Estee Chandler   ...   Nicki
Stuart Fratkin   ...   Stiles
Robert Neary   ...   Gustavson
Beth Ann Miller   ...   Lisa
Rachel Sharp   ...   Emily
David Burton   ...   Peter
William H. Burton   ...   Pug
Kathleen Freeman   ...   Admissions Lady
Eric Matthew   ...   Admissions Kid
D. A. Matzke   ...   Referee
Marty Denkin   ...   Referee
Patrick McCord   ...   Referee
Kevin Kaye   ...   Fight Announcer
Michael Zorek   ...   Squirrely Assistant
Lawrence Parks   ...   Prof. Capps
Ruth McArthur   ...   Female Professor
Peter J. Fogel   ...   Reporter
Scott C. Jones   ...   Cadet
Joey Meran   ...   Party Student
Kelly Reed   ...   Student
Sally Murphy   ...   Biology Girl
Janelle Brady   ...   History Student
Mike Worth   ...   Student in Crowd
Stephanie Epper   ...   Matronly Woman


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