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Poker Run (24-Mar-2009)

Director: Julian Higgins

Writers: Bertie Higgins; Julian Higgins; Larry Madill

Original Score: Vaughn Morris

Producer: Bertie Higgins

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bertie Higgins
8-Dec-1944   Key Largo


Robert Thorne   ...   Ray
Jasmine Waltz   ...   Cheri Shaw
J. D. Rudometkin   ...   Allen Shaw
Bertie Higgins   ...   Robert Cohen
Debra Hopkins   ...   Susan Cohen
Jay Wisell   ...   Billy
Carlie Nettles   ...   Grace
Skip Pipo   ...   Motel Caretaker
Kurt Sinclair   ...   Sheriff Harold Spitts
Ryan Caldwell   ...   Roy the Meth Cook
D.C. Douglas   ...   Amarillo Slim
Julian Higgins   ...   Kaye's Husband
Crystal LeBard   ...   Kaye
Brian Graham   ...   Harley Dealership Manager
Erika Lenhart   ...   Barmaid
Cornelia Gibrand   ...   Pool Table Player
Jon Moore   ...   Pool Table Player
Ken Gamble   ...   Oscar
Fernando "Pegleg Slim" Flores   ...   Bar Band Singer
Wesley King   ...   Bartender
"Still" Bill Henkel   ...   Drunk Biker
Vietnam Vets M.C. -- K Chapter   ...   Screaming Biker Gang
"Big" Mike Harris   ...   Bar Bouncer
Suzanne Gutierrez   ...   Grace's Mother
Kevin Brooks   ...   Lester the Clerk
Corey Richardson   ...   Virgil
Luis Fernandez-Gil   ...   The Crying Man
Lucas Wilcox   ...   Chuck Bovine, Jr.
Cathy Deobler   ...   Mother Bovine
Chuck Spitler   ...   Chuck Bovine
Melanie Wilson   ...   Tammy


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