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Happy Tears (11-Feb-2009)

Director: Mitchell Lichtenstein

Writer: Mitchell Lichtenstein

Music: Robert Miller

Producers: Mitchell Lichtenstein; Joyce Pierpoline

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ellen Barkin
16-Apr-1954   Siesta
Patti D'Arbanville
25-May-1951   Rose Boscorelli on Third Watch
Demi Moore
11-Nov-1962   Ghost
Parker Posey
8-Nov-1968   Waiting for Guffman
Roger Rees
5-May-1944 10-Jul-2015 Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
Sebastian Roché
4-Aug-1964   James Craig on General Hospital
Rip Torn
6-Feb-1931   Arthur on The Larry Sanders Show


Parker Posey   ...   Jayne
Demi Moore   ...   Laura
Rip Torn   ...   Joe
Ellen Barkin   ...   Shelly
Christian Camargo   ...   Jackson
Billy Magnussen   ...   Ray
Roger Rees   ...   Antiques Dealer
Sebastian Roch   ...   Laurent
Susan Blommaert   ...   Mallory
Victor Slezak   ...   Eli Bell
Patti D'Arbanville   ...   Joe's Nurse
Celia Weston   ...   Neighbor
Pete Patrikios   ...   Driver
T. Ryder Smith   ...   Shoe Salesman
Melissa Ticen   ...   Stewardess
Julianna Conforti   ...   Young Jayne
Jacquelyn Conforti   ...   Young Jayne
Alyssa Klein   ...   Young Laura
David King   ...   Dr. Sims
Aldous Davidson   ...   Waiter
Rich Barlow   ...   Mitch
Anderson Folsom   ...   Young Ray
Suzanne Inman   ...   Nurse
Tom McNutt   ...   Neighbor
Marilyn Yoblick   ...   Yard Sale Woman
Benjamin Brandreth   ...   Ben
Mikey Iles   ...   Mike
Max Iles   ...   Max
Eve Gordon   ...   TV Reporter


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