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Brighton Beach Memoirs (25-Dec-1986)

Director: Gene Saks

Writer: Neil Simon

From a play: Brighton Beach Memoirs by Neil Simon

Music Composed and Arranged by: Michael Small

Producer: Ray Stark

Keywords: Comedy, Brooklyn, New York

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jason Alexander
Actor
23-Sep-1959   George Costanza on Seinfeld
Blythe Danner
Actor
3-Feb-1943   Futureworld
Bob Dishy
Actor
1934   Stage actor
Fyvush Finkel
Actor
9-Oct-1923   Picket Fences
Steven Hill
Actor
24-Feb-1922   Adam Schiff on Law & Order
Judith Ivey
Actor
4-Sep-1951   Designing Women
Jonathan Silverman
Actor
5-Aug-1966   The Single Guy

CAST

Blythe Danner   ...   Kate
Bob Dishy   ...   Jack
Brian Drillinger   ...   Stanley
Stacey Glick   ...   Laurie
Judith Ivey   ...   Blanche
Lisa Waltz   ...   Nora
Introducing
Jonathan Silverman   ...   Eugene
Richard Bright   ...   Recruiting Sergeant
James Handy   ...   Frank Murphy
Bette Henritze   ...   Mrs. Murphy
Steven Hill   ...   Mr. Stroheim
David Margulies   ...   Mr. Farber
Fyvush Finkel   ...   Mr. Greenblatt
Kathleen Doyle   ...   Mrs. Laski
Alan Weeks   ...   Andrew
Marilyn Cooper   ...   Woman in Street
Jason Alexander   ...   Pool Player #1
Christian Baskous   ...   Pool Player #2
Brian Evers   ...   Policeman #1
Ed Deacy   ...   Policeman #2
Wanda Bimson   ...   Dance Teacher

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