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Across the Tracks (1991)

Director: Sandy Tung

Writer: Sandy Tung

Original Music by: Joel Goldsmith

Producer: Dale Rosenbloom

Keywords: Sports Drama, High School, Running

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thomas Mikal Ford
15-Jun-1962 12-Oct-2016 Tommy Strawn on Martin
Willie Garson
20-Feb-1964   Stanford Blatch on Sex and the City
Jack McGee
2-Feb-1949   Chief Jerry Reilly on Rescue Me
Brad Pitt
18-Dec-1963   Ocean's Eleven
Rick Schroder
13-Apr-1970   Silver Spoons
Carrie Snodgress
27-Oct-1946 1-Apr-2004 Diary of a Mad Housewife


Rick Schroder   ...   Billy Maloney
Brad Pitt   ...   Joe Maloney
David Anthony Marshall   ...   Louie
Thomas Mikal Ford   ...   Coach Welsh
John Linton   ...   Brad
Jack McGee   ...   Frank
Cyril O'Reilly   ...   Coach Ryder
Annie Dylan   ...   Linda
Carrie Snodgress   ...   Rosemary Maloney
Be Be Drake-Massey   ...   Mrs. Fischer
Kent Lipham   ...   Big Ed
Jaime P. Gomez   ...   Bobby (Teammate #1)
Larron D. Tate   ...   Ronnie (Teammate #2)
Ron Marquette   ...   Paulie (Brad's Friend #1)
Andrew Zeller   ...   Tiny (Brad's Friend #2)
Dorit Sauer   ...   Jessica
Jami Richards   ...   Melanie
Garon Grigsby   ...   Thompson
Mike Marikian   ...   Andy (Manager)
Willie Garson   ...   Salesman
Marisa DeSimone   ...   Salesgirl
David Belafonte   ...   Stanford Scout
Hoover Stevens   ...   Starter
Lahmard J. Tate   ...   Teen Drug Buyer
Valerie Washington   ...   Ginny (Store Helper)
Brad Peterson   ...   Stolen Car Driver
Chuck Lyons   ...   Officer
Michael Stoyanov   ...   Mike (Teammate #3)


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