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The Panic in Needle Park (13-Jul-1971)

Director: Jerry Schatzberg

Writers: Joan Didion; John Gregory Dunne

Based on a book: The Panic in Needle Park by James Mills

Producer: Dominick Dunne

Keywords: Drama, Heroin, Prostitution, New York

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Raul Julia
Actor
9-Mar-1940 24-Oct-1994 Street Fighter, Addams Family
Kiel Martin
Actor
26-Jul-1944 28-Dec-1990 J. D. LaRue on Hill Street Blues
Al Pacino
Actor
25-Apr-1940   Michael Corleone in The Godfather
Joe Santos
Actor
9-Jun-1931   Det. Becker on Rockford Files
Paul Sorvino
Actor
13-Apr-1939   Det. Cerreta on Law & Order

CAST

Al Pacino   ...   Bobby
Kitty Winn   ...   Helen
Alan Vint   ...   Hotch
Richard Bright   ...   Hank
Kiel Martin   ...   Chico
Michael McClanathan   ...   Sonny
Warren Finnerty   ...   Sammy
Marcia Jean Kurtz   ...   Marcie
Raul Julia   ...   Marco
Angie Ortega   ...   Irene
Larry Marshall   ...   Mickey
Paul Mace   ...   Whitey
Nancy MacKay   ...   Penny
Gil Rogers   ...   Robins
Joe Santos   ...   DiBono
Paul Sorvino   ...   Samuels
Arnold Williams   ...   Freddy
Vic Ramano   ...   Santo
Bryant Fraser   ...   Prep School Boy
Dora Weissman   ...   Pawnshop Lady
Sully Boyar   ...   Doctor
Florence Tarlow   ...   Ward Nurse
Rutanya Alda   ...   Admitting Nurse
Anthony Palmer   ...   Hotel Clerk

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