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Oxford Blues (24-Aug-1984)

Director: Robert Boris

Writer: Robert Boris

Music Composed by: John DuPrez

Producers: Cassian Elwes; Elliott Kastner

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cary Elwes
Actor
26-Oct-1962   The Princess Bride
Michael Gough
Actor
23-Nov-1917 17-Mar-2011 Alfred in Batman films
Rob Lowe
Actor
17-Mar-1964   Brat-packer, Sam on The West Wing
Bruce Payne
Actor
22-Nov-1960   Dungeons & Dragons
Amanda Pays
Actor
6-Jun-1959   Theora Jones on Max Headroom
Julian Sands
Actor
15-Jan-1958   Warlock
Ally Sheedy
Actor
13-Jun-1962   The Breakfast Club
Gail Strickland
Actor
18-May-1947   First Monday

CAST

starring
Rob Lowe   ...   Nick
Ally Sheedy   ...   Rona
Amanda Pays   ...   Lady Victoria
Julian Sands   ...   Colin
Julian Firth   ...   Geordie
Anthony Calf   ...   Gareth
Aubrey Morris   ...   Dr. Boggs
Bruce Payne   ...   Peter
Pip Torrens   ...   Ian
Gail Strickland   ...   Las Vegas Lady
and
Cary Elwes   ...   Lionel
Michael Gough   ...   Dr. Ambrose
Alan Howard   ...   Simon
Richard Hunt   ...   Larry
Peter Jason   ...   Father
Peter-Hugo Daly   ...   Malcolm
Carrie Jones   ...   Sandra
Sonia Smyles   ...   Rita
Richard Pescud   ...   Male Secretary 1
Jeffrey Perry   ...   Male Secretary 2
Charles Grant   ...   Student Photographer
Laura Francis   ...   Girl in T-Shirt
Aimee Delamain   ...   Lady Belmore
Hugh Morton   ...   Butler

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