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Mona Lisa (13-Jun-1986)

Director: Neil Jordan

Writers: Neil Jordan; David Leland

Music Score by: Michael Kamen

Producers: Patrick Cassavetti; Stephen Woolley

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kenny Baker
24-Aug-1934 13-Aug-2016 The man inside R2-D2
Michael Caine
14-Mar-1933   Get Carter
Robbie Coltrane
30-Mar-1950   Hagrid in the Harry Potter films
Bob Hoskins
26-Oct-1942 29-Apr-2014 Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
Clarke Peters
7-Apr-1952   Lester Freamon on The Wire


Bob Hoskins   ...   George
Cathy Tyson   ...   Simone
Robbie Coltrane   ...   Thomas
Michael Caine   ...   Mortwell
Clarke Peters   ...   Anderson
Sammi Davis   ...   May
Kate Hardie   ...   Cathy
Zoe Nathenson   ...   Jeannie
Rod Bedall   ...   Terry
Joe Brown   ...   Dudley
Pauline Melville   ...   George's Wife
Hossein Karimbeik   ...   Raschid
John Darling   ...   Hotel Security
Bryan Coleman   ...   Gentleman in Mirror Room
Robert Dorning   ...   Hotel Bedroom Man
Raad Raawi   ...   Arab Servant
David Halliwell   ...   Tim Devlin
Stephen Persaud   ...   Black Youth in Street
Maggie O'Neill   ...   Girl in Paradise Club
Gary Cady   ...   Hotel Waiter
Donna Cannon   ...   Young Prostitute
Perry Fenwick   ...   Pimp
Dawn Archibald   ...   Wig Girl in Club
Richard Strange   ...   Pornshop Man
Alan Talbot   ...   Bath House Attendant
Geoffrey Larder   ...   Hotel Clerk
Helen Martin   ...   Peep Show Girl
Kenny Baker   ...   Brighton Busker
Jack Purvis   ...   Brighton Busker
Bill Moore   ...   Brighton Busker


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