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Green Dragon (19-Jan-2001)

Director: Timothy Linh Bui

Writers: Timothy Linh Bui; Tony Bui

Music by: Jeff Danna; Mychael Danna

Producers: Tony Bui; Tajamika Paxton; Elie Samaha; Andrew Stevens

Keywords: Drama, Vietnam War

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Patrick Swayze
18-Aug-1952 14-Sep-2009 Dirty Dancing
Forest Whitaker
15-Jul-1961   Ghost Dog


Patrick Swayze   ...   Gunnery Sgt. Jim Lance
Forest Whitaker   ...   Addie
Don Duong   ...   Tai
Hiep Thi Le   ...   Thuy Hoa
Kathleen Luong   ...   Second Wife
Billinjer Tran   ...   Duc
Phuoc Quan Nguyen   ...   Loi
Long Nguyen   ...   Quang Hai
Catherine Ai   ...   Hien
Phu Cuong   ...   Old Man
Jennifer Tran   ...   Anh
Trung Nguyen   ...   Minh
Special Appearance by
Kieu Chinh   ...   Kieu
Linda Tran   ...   Thuy Hoa's Sister
Tuan Tran   ...   Tuan
Le Van Tuoi   ...   Uncle Tien
Joe Ho   ...   Binh
Elyse Dinh   ...   Red Cross Volunteer
Michael Minh   ...   Vietnamese Soldier
Victor Thang Do   ...   Viet Worker
April Tran   ...   Barber
Monique Letran   ...   Q. Hai's Wife
John Gripentrog   ...   American Server
Phong Vo   ...   Man on Crutches
Vu Manh Don   ...   Viet Man with Jacket
Hieu Nguyen   ...   Man in Quonset Hut
Hien Nguyen   ...   Man's Wife
Tom Nguyen   ...   Vietnamese Volunteer
James D. Dever   ...   Marine
Michael Salamon   ...   Lance Corporal
Tran Cong Nghi   ...   Priest
Erv Immerman   ...   Radio Announcer
Loan Nguyen   ...   Vietnamese Camp Announcer
Leo Trombetta   ...   American Camp Announcer


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