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The Morning After (25-Dec-1986)

Director: Sidney Lumet

Writer: James Cresson (as "James Hicks")

Music by: Paul Chihara

Producer: Bruce Gilbert

Keywords: Mystery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kathy Bates
28-Jun-1948   Misery
Jeff Bridges
4-Dec-1949   The Dude abides
Jane Fonda
21-Dec-1937   Barbarella
Raul Julia
9-Mar-1940 24-Oct-1994 Street Fighter, Addams Family
Rick Rossovich
28-Aug-1957   Navy Seals
Bruce Vilanch
23-Nov-1948   The fat guy who writes everyone's jokes
Kathleen Wilhoite
29-Jun-1964   Lorenzo's Oil


Jane Fonda   ...   Alex Sternbergen
Jeff Bridges   ...   Turner Kendall
Raul Julia   ...   Joaquin Manero
Diane Salinger   ...   Isabel Harding
Richard Foronjy   ...   Sgt. Greenbaum
Geoffrey Scott   ...   Bobby Korshack
James "Gypsy" Haake   ...   Frankie
Kathleen Wilhoite   ...   Red
Don Hood   ...   Hurley
Fran Bennett   ...   Airline Clerk
Michael Flanagan   ...   Airline Supervisor
Bruce Vilanch   ...   Bartender
Michael Prince   ...   Mr. Harding
Frances Bergen   ...   Mrs. Harding
Jose Santana   ...   Driver
Bob Minor   ...   Man
George Fisher   ...   Cabbie
Rick Rossovich   ...   Detective
Laurel Lyle   ...   Secretary
Kathy Bates   ...   Woman on Mateo Street
Anne Betancourt   ...   Nurse
Patti Song   ...   Hairstylist #1
Betty Lougaris   ...   Salon Customer
Drew Berman   ...   Detective
Sam Scarber   ...   Detective
Michael Zand   ...   Detective
Gladys Portugues   ...   Body Builder
Corinna Everson   ...   Miss Olympia


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