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Beethoven's 5th (2-Dec-2003)

Director: Mark Griffiths

Writers: Cliff Ruby; Elana Lesser

Music by: Adam Berry

Producer: Mike Elliott

Keywords: Juvenile/Comedy

Based on characters by John Hughes and Amy Holden Jones.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Daveigh Chase
24-Jul-1990   Lilo & Stitch
Rodman Flender
Film Director
9-Jun-1962   Idle Hands
Faith Ford
14-Sep-1964   Corky Sherwood on Murphy Brown
Kathy Griffin
4-Nov-1960   Vicki on Suddenly Susan
Katherine Helmond
5-Jul-1928   Jessica Tate on Soap
Clint Howard
20-Apr-1959   Ice Cream Man
John Larroquette
25-Nov-1947   Night Court
Tom Poston
17-Oct-1921 30-Apr-2007 Handyman on Newhart
Richard Riehle
12-May-1948   Walt Finnerty on Grounded for Life
Dave Thomas
20-May-1949   SCTV


Dave Thomas   ...   Freddy Kablinski
Faith Ford   ...   Julie Dempsey
Daveigh Chase   ...   Sara
Tom Poston   ...   John Giles
Katherine Helmond   ...   Crazy Cora Wilkens
Sammy Kahn   ...   Garrett
Richard Riehle   ...   Vaughn Carter
Clint Howard   ...   Owen Tuttle
Kathy Griffin   ...   Evie Kling
John Larroquette   ...   Harold Herman
Rodman Flender   ...   Moe Selig
Tina Illman   ...   Rita Selig
Tom Musgrave   ...   Jim
Elizabeth Warner   ...   Mrs. Dobson
Joel Jones   ...   Phil Dobson
Rick Dean   ...   Stu
Michael Chieffo   ...   Deputy Brad
Lynn Marie Stewart   ...   Rose Carter
Wayne Dalglish   ...   Tucker Carter
Mary Jo Smith   ...   Bus Passenger
Mary Jo Catlett   ...   Sweet Grandmother
Maria Ford   ...   Pretty Town Woman
Kate Lanto   ...   Young Woman
Aaron Richmond   ...   Roger


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