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Highball (1997)

Director: Noah Baumbach

Writer: Jesse Carter

Producer: Joel Castleberg

Keywords: Comedy, Halloween

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Justine Bateman
Actor
19-Feb-1966   Mallory Keaton on Family Ties
Noah Baumbach
Film Director
3-Sep-1969   Greenberg
Peter Bogdanovich
Film Director
30-Jul-1939   The Last Picture Show
Andrea Bowen
Actor
4-Mar-1990   Desperate Housewives
Dean Cameron
Actor
25-Dec-1962   Spicoli on Fast Times TV
Rae Dawn Chong
Actor
28-Feb-1961   Quest for Fire
Annabella Sciorra
Actor
29-Mar-1960   The bride in True Love
Ally Sheedy
Actor
13-Jun-1962   The Breakfast Club
Eric Stoltz
Actor
30-Sep-1961   Chicago Hope

CAST

Starring
Justine Bateman   ...   Sandy
Peter Bogdanovich   ...   Frank
Dean Cameron   ...   Don the Magician
Rae Dawn Chong   ...   Herself
Chris Eigeman   ...   Fletcher
Carlos Jacott   ...   Felix
Lauren Katz   ...   Diane
John Lehr   ...   Miles
Chris Reed   ...   Travis
Annabella Sciorra   ...   Molly
Ally Sheedy   ...   Herself
Eric Stoltz   ...   Darien
Co-Starring
Jonathan Baumbach   ...   Gus
Andrea Bowen   ...   Witch
James P. Engel   ...   Charlie the Ghost
Caitlin Enzsor   ...   Fairy
Gretchen Jacott   ...   Geisha
Catherine Kellner   ...   Lolly
Ryan Postal   ...   Spiderman
Daniel Stevens   ...   Busby
L. B. Stratten   ...   NY Subway Girl
Dean Wareham   ...   Jessie
Lee Whitfield   ...   Vampire

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