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K-9 (28-Apr-1989)

Director: Rod Daniel

Writers: Steven Siegel; Scott Myers

Music by: Miles Goodman

Producers: Lawrence Gordon; Charles Gordon

Keywords: Action/Comedy

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jim Belushi
15-Jun-1954   According to Jim
Dan Castellaneta
29-Oct-1957   Voice of Homer Simpson
Daniel Davis
26-Nov-1945   Niles the Butler on The Nanny
Mel Harris
12-Jul-1957   Hope Steadman on thirtysomething
David Haskell
4-Jun-1948 30-Aug-2000 Godspell
Ed O'Neill
12-Apr-1946   Al Bundy on Married with Children
William Sadler
13-Apr-1950   The Shawshank Redemption
Kevin Tighe
13-Aug-1944   Roy DeSoto on Emergency!
Pruitt Taylor Vince
5-Jul-1960   American character actor


Jim Belushi   ...   Dooley
Mel Harris   ...   Tracy
Kevin Tighe   ...   Lyman
Ed O'Neill   ...   Brannigan
Jerry Lee   ...   Jerry Lee
James Handy   ...   Byers
Daniel Davis   ...   Halstead
Cotter Smith   ...   Gilliam
John Snyder   ...   Freddie
Pruitt Taylor Vince   ...   Benny the Mule
Sherman Howard   ...   Dillon
Jeff Allin   ...   Chad
David Haskell   ...   Doctor
Alan Blumenfeld   ...   Rental Salesman
William Sadler   ...   Salesman Don
Marjorie Bransfield   ...   Receptionist
Mark Mooring   ...   Cop
Jerry Levine   ...   Ernie
Rick Cicetti   ...   Waiter
Dan Castellaneta   ...   Maitre D'
Wendel Meldrum   ...   Pretty Girl with Dog
John Castellanos   ...   Man in Rolls Royce
Colleen Morris   ...   Woman in Rolls Royce
McKeiver Jones III   ...   Sergeant
J. W. Smith   ...   Pimp
Dean Hill   ...   Butler
Gary Combs   ...   Sculley
Steve Artiaga   ...   Latino Employee
Lucy Butler   ...   Nurse
Vic Cuccia   ...   Security Guard
Ralph Elias   ...   Officer


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