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Clara's Heart (7-Oct-1988)

Director: Robert Mulligan

Writer: Mark Medoff

From novel by: Joseph Olshan

Music by: Dave Grusin

Producer: Martin Elfand

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Whoopi Goldberg
13-Nov-1955   Sister Act
Spalding Gray
5-Jun-1941 11-Jan-2004 Swimming to Cambodia monologist
Neil Patrick Harris
15-Jun-1973   Doogie Howser
Michael Ontkean
24-Jan-1946   Sheriff Harry S. Truman, Twin Peaks
Kathleen Quinlan
19-Nov-1954   I Never Promised You a Rose Garden
Hattie Winston
3-Mar-1945   The Electric Company


Whoopi Goldberg   ...   Clara Mayfield
Michael Ontkean   ...   Bill Hart
Kathleen Quinlan   ...   Leona Hart
Spalding Gray   ...   Peter Epstein
Beverly Todd   ...   Dora
Hattie Winston   ...   Blanche Loudon
And Introducing
Neil Patrick Harris   ...   David Hart
Jason Downs   ...   Alan Lipsky
Caitlin Thompson   ...   Celeste
Maria Broom   ...   Felicia
Wanda Christine   ...   Lydia
Maryce Carter   ...   Babs
Angel Harper   ...   Rita
Fred Strother   ...   Bundy
Fr. Joseph Muth   ...   Fr. Joe
Warren Long   ...   Leo
Dorthy Cunningham   ...   Buxom Woman
Alaine Laughton   ...   Little Girl
Randy Meeks   ...   Ching
Kathryn Dowling   ...   Deena
Mark Medoff   ...   Dr. Stevens
Tatum Adair Gauthier   ...   Ashley Lafferty
Joy Green   ...   Duty Nurse
Tania Gauthier   ...   Jessica
Forry Buckingham   ...   Coach Stillson
Dan Griffith   ...   Swim Team Member
Jason Schuyler   ...   Swim Team Member
Kevin Colborn   ...   Swim Team Member


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