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And Your Name Is Jonah (28-Jan-1979)

Director: Richard Michaels

Writer: Michael Bortman

Producers: Stanley Rubin; Norman Felton

Keywords: Drama, Deafness

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Davi
Actor
26-Jun-1954   Agent Malone on Profiler
Randee Heller
Actor
10-Jun-1947   Alice on Soap
Kathleen Hughes
Actor
14-Nov-1928   It Came from Outer Space
Sally Struthers
Actor
28-Jul-1948   All In The Family
James Woods
Actor
18-Apr-1947   Casino, Any Given Sunday

CAST

Sally Struthers   ...   Jenny Corelli
Starring
James Woods   ...   Danny Corelli
Randee Heller   ...   Connie
Also Starring
Titos Vandis   ...   Grandpa
Penny Santon   ...   Grandma
Ruth Manning   ...   Mrs. Marquardt
Introducing
Jeffrey Bravin   ...   Jonah
Co-Starring
Robert Davi   ...   Dickie
Erica Yohn   ...   Mother
Anthony Ponzini   ...   Larry
Paula Shaw   ...   Ann
Jeremy Licht   ...   Anthony
Rose Barbato   ...   Carmella
Tracee Lyles   ...   1st Aide
Robin Pearson Rose   ...   Kate
Lee Kessler   ...   Audiologist
Barbara Bernstein   ...   Janice
and
Bernard Bragg   ...   Paul
Featuring
Billy Seago   ...   Woody
Gregg Brooks   ...   Bartender
Herman Tweeder   ...   Max
Michael Griswold   ...   Dr. Tibbs
Kathleen Hughes   ...   Nurse
Dick Rossner   ...   Intern
Michael Fuller   ...   Doctor
Hilary Martin   ...   Teacher
Vince Pacimeo   ...   Pitcher
Sal Richards   ...   2nd Baseman
Tony de Benedetto   ...   3rd Baseman
Sylvia Mann   ...   Neighbor
Bret Hampton   ...   Principal

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