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The Oxford Murders (18-Jan-2008)

Director: Álex de la Iglesia

Writers: Álex de la Iglesia; Jorge Guerricaechevarría

From novel: The Oxford Murders by Guillermo Martinez

Music: Roque Baños

Producers: Gerardo Herrero; Alvaro Augustin; Kevin Loader; Verane Frediani; Franck Ribiere

Keywords: Mystery, Serial Killer

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jim Carter
Actor
19-Aug-1948   Mr. Carson on Downton Abbey
Alex Cox
Film Director
15-Dec-1954   Repo Man
John Hurt
Actor
22-Jan-1940   Alien
Anna Massey
Actor
11-Aug-1937 3-Jul-2011 Peeping Tom
Elijah Wood
Actor
28-Jan-1981   Frodo Baggins in Lord of the Rings

CAST

Elijah Wood   ...   Martin
John Hurt   ...   Arthur Seldom
Leonor Watling   ...   Lorna
Julie Cox   ...   Beth
Jim Carter   ...   Petersen
Alex Cox   ...   Kalman
Burn Gorman   ...   Podorov
with
Dominique Pinon   ...   Frank
Anna Massey   ...   Mrs. Eagleton
Danny Sapani   ...   Scott
Alan David   ...   Mr. Higgins
Tim Wallers   ...   Defense Lawyer
James Weber Brown   ...   Doctor
Ian East   ...   Howard Green
Charlotte Asprey   ...   Howard Green's Wife
Tom Frederic   ...   Ludwig Wittgenstein
John Foley   ...   Mathematician 1
Michael Mears   ...   Mathematician 2
James Howard   ...   Newscaster
Luing Andrews   ...   Security Guard
Sarah Crowden   ...   Shop Assistant
Bruce Jamieson   ...   Soldier 1
Thomas Snowdon   ...   Soldier 2
Duane Henry   ...   Policeman 1
John Wark   ...   Policeman 2
Bill Weston   ...   Percussionist

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