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The Ghost and the Darkness (11-Oct-1996)

Director: Stephen Hopkins

Writer: William Goldman

Music by: Jerry Goldsmith

Producers: Gale Anne Hurd; Paul Radin; A. Kitman Ho

Keywords: Outdoor Adventure, Hunting, Lion

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Douglas
Actor
25-Sep-1944   Wall Street
Bernard Hill
Actor
17-Dec-1944   Boys from the Blackstuff
Val Kilmer
Actor
31-Dec-1959   Real Genius
Emily Mortimer
Actor
1-Dec-1971   Lovely & Amazing
Om Puri
Actor
18-Oct-1950   East is East
Tom Wilkinson
Actor
12-Dec-1948   Shakespeare in Love

CAST

Michael Douglas   ...   Remington
Val Kilmer   ...   John Patterson
John Kani   ...   Samuel
Bernard Hill   ...   Dr. Hawthorne
Tom Wilkinson   ...   Beaumont
Brian McCardie   ...   Starling
Emily Mortimer   ...   Helena Patterson
Om Puri   ...   Abdullah
Henry Cele   ...   Mahina
Kurt Egelhof   ...   Indian Victim
Satchu Annamalai   ...   Worker #1
Teddy Reddy   ...   Worker #2
Rakeem Khan   ...   Worker #3
Jack Devnarain   ...   Nervous Sikh Orderly
Glen Gabela   ...   Orderly #1
Richard Nwamba   ...   Orderly #2
Nick Lorentz   ...   Photographer
Alex Ferns   ...   Stockton
Kaycey Padayachee   ...   Beaumont's Valet
Giles Masters   ...   Beaumont's Clerk
Patrick Gifford   ...   Patterson's Son
Justin Gifford   ...   Patterson's Son
George Middlekoop   ...   Station Master

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