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Ladyhawke (29-Mar-1985)

Director: Richard Donner

Writers: Edward Khmara; Michael Thomas; Tom Mankiewicz

Music Composed and Conducted by: Andrew Powell

Producers: Richard Donner; Lauren Shuler

Keywords: Fantasy/Action

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Matthew Broderick
Actor
21-Mar-1962   Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Rutger Hauer
Actor
23-Jan-1944   Blade Runner
Leo McKern
Actor
16-Mar-1920 23-Jul-2002 Travelling North, Rumpole of the Bailey
Alfred Molina
Actor
24-May-1953   Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2
Michelle Pfeiffer
Actor
29-Apr-1958   The Witches of Eastwick
John Wood
Actor
5-Jul-1930 6-Aug-2011 Dr. Falken in WarGames

CAST

Matthew Broderick   ...   Phillipe
Rutger Hauer   ...   Navarre
Michelle Pfeiffer   ...   Isabeau
Leo McKern   ...   Imperius
John Wood   ...   Bishop
Ken Hutchison   ...   Marquet
Alfred Molina   ...   Cezar
Giancarlo Prete   ...   Fornac
Loris Loddi   ...   Jehan
Alessandro Serra   ...   Mr. Pitou
Charles Borromel   ...   Insane Prisoner
Massimo Sarchielli   ...   Innkeeper
Nicolina Papetti   ...   Mrs. Pitou
Russell Kase   ...   Lieutenant
Don Hudson   ...   Guard on Cart
Gregory Snegoff   ...   Cart Driver
Gaetano Russo   ...   Guard in the Cell
Rod Dana   ...   Guard at the City Gate
Stefano Horowitzo   ...   Bishop's Bodyguard
Paul Tuerpe   ...   Guard
Venantino Venantini   ...   Bishop's Secretary
Marcus Berensford   ...   Acolyte
Valerie O'Brien   ...   Peasant Girl
Nana Cecchi   ...   Bishop's Woman

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