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Monkey Shines (29-Jul-1988)

Director: George Romero

Writer: George Romero

From novel: Monkey Shines by Michael Stewart

Music by: David Shire

Producer: Charles Evans

Keywords: Horror, Monkeys

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jason Beghe
Actor
12-Mar-1960   Sean McGrail on To Have and to Hold
John Pankow
Actor
28-Apr-1954   Ira on Mad About You
Stephen Root
Actor
17-Nov-1951   Jimmy James on News Radio
Stanley Tucci
Actor
11-Jan-1960   Joe Gould's Secret
Janine Turner
Actor
6-Dec-1962   Maggie on Northern Exposure
Joyce Van Patten
Actor
9-Mar-1934   I Love You, Alice B. Toklas!

CAST

Starring
Jason Beghe   ...   Allan Mann
John Pankow   ...   Geoffrey Fisher
Kate McNeil   ...   Melanie Parker
Joyce Van Patten   ...   Dorothy Mann
Christine Forrest   ...   Maryanne Hodges
Stephen Root   ...   Dean Burbage
Stanley Tucci   ...   Dr. John Wiseman
and
Janine Turner   ...   Linda Aikman
Introducing
Boo   ...   Ella
William Newman   ...   Doc Williams
Tudi Wiggins   ...   Esther Fry
Tom Quinn   ...   Charlie Cunningham
Chuck Baker   ...   Ambulance Driver
Patricia Tallman   ...   Party Guest
David Early   ...   Anesthetist
Michael Naft   ...   Young Allan
Tina Romero   ...   Child Playing
Mitchell Baseman   ...   Child Playing
Lia Savini   ...   Child Playing
Tim DiLeo   ...   Vandal
Melanie Verlin   ...   Vandal
Dan Fallon   ...   Allan's Friend
Alice Shure   ...   Nurse
Leslie Dane Shapiro   ...   Nurse
Christina Galesi   ...   Nurse

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