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Hansel & Gretel (18-Oct-2002)

Director: Gary J. Tunnicliffe

Writers: Timothy Dolan; Jonathan Bogner; Gary J. Tunnicliffe

From fairy tale by: Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm

Music Composed by: Bob Mothersbaugh; Rusty Andrews

Producers: Steve Austin; Jonathan Bogner

Keywords: Juvenile/Fantasy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Arnold
Actor
6-Mar-1959   Ex-Husband of Roseanne Barr
Alana Austin
Actor
6-Apr-1982   Abby Logan on Ink
Delta Burke
Actor
30-Jul-1956   Designing Women
Dakota Fanning
Actor
23-Feb-1994   Uptown Girls
Bobcat Goldthwait
Comic
26-May-1962   Shakes the Clown
Howie Mandel
Comic
29-Nov-1955   Host of Deal Or No Deal
Gerald McRaney
Actor
19-Aug-1947   Major Dad
Taylor Momsen
Actor
26-Jul-1993   Gossip Girl
Lynn Redgrave
Actor
8-Mar-1943 2-May-2010 The Happy Hooker
Daniel Roebuck
Actor
4-Mar-1963   Cliff Lewis on Matlock
Sinbad
Comic
10-Nov-1956   Sinbad sitcom
Jacob Smith
Actor
21-Jan-1990   Cheaper by the Dozen

CAST

Taylor Momsen   ...   Gretel
Jacob Smith   ...   Hansel
Delta Burke   ...   Stepmother
Howie Mandel   ...   Sandman
Gerald McRaney   ...   Father
Lynn Redgrave   ...   Woman / Witch
Alana Austin   ...   Wood Faerie
Daniel Roebuck   ...   Dad
Thomas Curtis   ...   Andrew
and
Dakota Fanning   ...   Katie
With the voices of
Tom Arnold   ...   Boogeyman (voice)
Bobcat Goldthwait   ...   Troll (voice)
Sinbad   ...   Raven (voice)
Jeff Deist   ...   Troll / Boogeyman
Mike Regan   ...   Puppeteer

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