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The Shortcut (7-Feb-2009)

Director: Nicholaus Goossen

Writers: Dan Hannon; Scott Sandler

Music by: Michael Suby

Producers: Brian Witten; Scott Sandler; Ingo Vollkammer; Scott Einbinder

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Raymond J. Barry
Actor
14-Mar-1939   Arlo Givens on Justified
Katrina Bowden
Actor
19-Sep-1988   Cerie on 30 Rock
William B. Davis
Actor
13-Jan-1938   Cancer Man on The X-Files
Dave Franco
Actor
12-Jun-1985   Cole Aaronson on Scrubs
Andrew Seeley
Singer
30-Apr-1982   High School Musical
Shannon Woodward
Actor
17-Dec-1984   Sabrina on Raising Hope

CAST

Andrew Seeley   ...   Derek
Shannon Woodward   ...   Lisa
Dave Franco   ...   Mark
Katrina Bowden   ...   Christy
Raymond Barry   ...   Old Man / Ivor
Kent Allen   ...   Mr. Hartley
Wendy Anderson   ...   Mom
Jeremy Bastian   ...   Benjamin (1940s)
Cavan Cunningham   ...   Administrator
William B. Davis   ...   Benjamin
Benjamin DeWalt   ...   Benjamin (1950s)
Nicholas Elia   ...   Tobey
Josh Emerson   ...   Taylor
Jonelle Gunderson   ...   Sally (1950s)
Shannon Jardine   ...   Ms. Milan
Scott Lyster   ...   Dougie
Christine MacInnis   ...   Mrs. Hartley
Daniel Maslany   ...   Ivor (1950s)
Maxine Miller   ...   Grandma
Tracy-Lynn Pugsley   ...   Irene
Rob Roy   ...   Mr. Armstrong
Jaden Ryan   ...   Kid #1
Jeff Stone   ...   Teen Boy #2
Scott Woloshin   ...   Kid #2

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