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Choose Me (14-Sep-1984)

Director: Alan Rudolph

Writer: Alan Rudolph

Producers: Carolyn Pfeiffer; David Blocker

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Patrick Bauchau
Actor
6-Dec-1938   Sydney on The Pretender
Geneviève Bujold
Actor
1-Jul-1942   Coma
Keith Carradine
Actor
8-Aug-1949   Thieves Like Us
Rae Dawn Chong
Actor
28-Feb-1961   Quest for Fire
John Larroquette
Actor
25-Nov-1947   Night Court
Edward Ruscha
Painter
16-Dec-1937   Twenty-six Gasoline Stations
Henry G. Sanders
Actor
18-Aug-1942   Robert E. on Dr. Quinn
Gailard Sartain
Actor
18-Sep-1946   The Buddy Holly Story
Lesley Ann Warren
Actor
16-Aug-1946   The Limey

CAST

Geneviève Bujold   ...   Nancy
Keith Carradine   ...   Mickey
Lesley Ann Warren   ...   Eve
Rae Dawn Chong   ...   Pearl Antoine
Patrick Bauchau   ...   Zack Antoine
John Larroquette   ...   Billy Ace
Edward Ruscha   ...   Ralph Chomsky
Gailard Sartain   ...   Mueller
Robert Gould   ...   Lou
John Considine   ...   Dr. Ernest Greene
Jodi Buss   ...   Babs
Sandra Will   ...   Ida
Mike E. Kaplan   ...   Harve
Russell Parr   ...   Bradshaw
Teresa Velarde   ...   Studio Secretary
Henry G. Sanders   ...   Hospital Administrator
Margery Bond   ...   Cousin
Debra Dusay   ...   Nurse La Mer
Minnie Lindsay   ...   Woman on Bus
Richard Marion   ...   Gida
Albert Stanislaus   ...   Max
Karyn Isaacs   ...   Farrah
Elizabeth Lloyd Shaw   ...   Miss Muffin
Edward C. Lawson   ...   Chrome
Chase Holiday   ...   Champagne
Patrick McFadden   ...   Rudy

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