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In the Land of Women (18-May-2006)

Director: Jon Kasdan

Writer: Jon Kasdan

Original Score by: Stephen Trask

Producers: Steve Golin; David Kanter

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Elena Anaya
Actor
17-Jul-1975   In the Land of Women
Adam Brody
Actor
15-Dec-1979   Seth Cohen on The O.C.
Olympia Dukakis
Actor
20-Jun-1931   Tales of the City
Ginnifer Goodwin
Actor
22-May-1978   Margene Heffman on Big Love
Clark Gregg
Actor
2-Apr-1962   The New Adventures of Old Christine
Meg Ryan
Actor
19-Nov-1961   Sleepless In Seattle
Kristen Stewart
Actor
9-Apr-1990   Bella Swan in Twilight
JoBeth Williams
Actor
6-Dec-1948   Poltergeist

CAST

Adam Brody   ...   Carter Webb
Kristen Stewart   ...   Lucy Hardwicke
and
Meg Ryan   ...   Sarah Hardwicke
Olympia Dukakis   ...   Phyllis
Makenzie Vega   ...   Paige Hardwicke
Elena Anaya   ...   Sofia Bu˝uel
Clark Gregg   ...   Nelson Hardwicke
JoBeth Williams   ...   Agnes Webb
Dustin Milligan   ...   Eric Watts
Ginnifer Goodwin   ...   Janey
Kelsey Keel   ...   Teenage Girl
Danielle Savre   ...   Teenage Girl
Gina Mantegna   ...   Teenage Girl
Robert Reinis   ...   Avi Rosenberg
Graham Wardle   ...   Gabe Foley
Elise Gatien   ...   Tiffany
Christine Danielle   ...   Tanya
Jeff Cunningham   ...   Howard Portchnik
Tamara Lovegrove   ...   Party Girl
Brittany Starling   ...   Party Girl
Ilyse Mimoun   ...   Nelson's Assistant
Karin Konoval   ...   Dr. Ida Rosen
Angus   ...   Bozo

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