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Blue Juice (15-Sep-1995)

Director: Carl Prechezer

Writers: Peter Salmi; Carl Prechezer

Original Music by: Simon Davison

Producers: Peter Salmi; Simon Relph

Keywords: Drama, Comedy, Surfing

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jenny Agutter
20-Dec-1952   Jessica 6 in Logan's Run
Keith Allen
2-Jun-1953   Keith Allen Will Burn In Hell
Ewan McGregor
31-Mar-1971   Trainspotting
Sean Pertwee
4-Jun-1964   Equilibrium
Edwin Starr
21-Jan-1942 2-Apr-2003 War (What Is It Good For)
Catherine Zeta-Jones
25-Sep-1969   Traffic


Sean Pertwee   ...   J. C.
Catherine Zeta-Jones   ...   Chloe
Steven Mackintosh   ...   Josh Tambini
Ewan McGregor   ...   Dean Raymond
Peter Gunn   ...   Terry Colcott
Heathcote Williams   ...   Shaper
Colette Brown   ...   Junior
Michelle Chadwick   ...   Sarah
Keith Allen   ...   Mike
Robin Soans   ...   Young Bob
Jenny Agutter   ...   Guinevere / Mary Fenton
Guy Leverton   ...   Crab
Mark Frost   ...   Moose
Paul Reynolds   ...   Recording Engineer
Edwin Starr   ...   Ossie Sands
Richard Moore   ...   Smuggler FM's Dan
Raymond Adamson   ...   Smuggler FM's Gordon
Russell De Rozario   ...   Massive Bouncer
David Glover   ...   Hotel Manager
George Glen   ...   Hotel Receptionist
Shaughan Seymour   ...   Auctioneer
Luke Foxley   ...   Stroppy Kid
Astrid Weguelin   ...   Baby
Surfing Crew
Paul Honor   ...   Surfing Crew
Jeremy Kent   ...   Surfing Crew
Jamie Pardoe   ...   Surfing Crew
Chris Ryan   ...   Surfing Crew
Essex Tyler   ...   Surfing Crew
Andreya Wharry   ...   Surfing Crew


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