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Labou (2008)

Director: Greg Aronowitz

Writers: Greg Aronowitz; Sheri Bryant

Music Composed by: Nathan Wang; Christie Yih

Producer: Sheri Bryant

Keywords: Juvenile, Treasure Hunt

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ray Nagin
Politician
11-Jun-1956   Mayor of New Orleans, 2002-10

CAST

Bryan James Kitto   ...   Toddster
Darnell J. Hamilton   ...   Gavin
Marissa Cuevas   ...   Emily
Earl J. Scioneaux, Jr.   ...   Ronald
Chris Violette   ...   Reggie
Kelson Henderson   ...   Clayton
Barnie Duncan   ...   Capt. Lerouge
Ray Nagin   ...   Mayor Adams
Ellis Marsalis   ...   Jazzman
Rose Magri   ...   Patron #1
Eric Pollard   ...   Patron #2
Bud Richardson   ...   Patron #3
Copely Davis   ...   Tipsy Patron
Liz Coulon   ...   Barmaid
Dylan Kipps   ...   Cool Kid
Mark Smith   ...   Jazz Band
Reginald Stewart   ...   Jazz Band
Mikiel Williams   ...   Jazz Band
George Johnson   ...   Jazz Band
Monica May   ...   Librarian
Wayne Douglas Morgan   ...   Construction Worker
Sean Kinney   ...   Construction Worker
Tristan Lee   ...   Construction Worker
Charles Parrish   ...   Construction Worker
Evangeline Combre   ...   Gavin's Mom
Marisa Quintanilla   ...   Emily's Mom
Danni Cuevas   ...   Toddster's Mom
Terri Collins   ...   Mayor's Secretary
Erin Mullen   ...   Reporter
David Kors   ...   Reporter
Chiquita L. Butler   ...   Reporter
Zamariah Zane Loupe   ...   Whistling Boy
CiCi Hedgpeth   ...   Teenage Girl
Jimmy Walker, Jr.   ...   Narration

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