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The Merry Gentleman (18-Jan-2008)

Director: Michael Keaton

Writer: Ron Lazzeretti

Music by: Edward Shearmur

Producers: Steven A. Jones; Ron Lazzeretti; Paul J. Duggan; Tom Bastounes

Keywords: Drama, Hitman

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bobby Cannavale
Actor
3-May-1971   Vince D'Angelo on Will & Grace
Michael Keaton
Actor
9-Sep-1951   Batman
Kelly Macdonald
Actor
23-Feb-1976   Trainspotting

CAST

Michael Keaton   ...   Frank Logan
Kelly Macdonald   ...   Kate Frazier
Tom Bastounes   ...   Dave Murcheson
Darlene Hunt   ...   Diane
Guy Van Swearingen   ...   Billy Goldman
William Dick   ...   Mr. Weiss
and
Bobby Cannavale   ...   Michael
Kareem Bandealy   ...   Guy at Tavern (Victim #1)
Philip Earl Johnson   ...   Mr. Haag
Rich Wilkie   ...   Executive
Keith Kupferer   ...   Cop
Larry Neumann, Jr.   ...   Lester
Lori Ann Gerdisch   ...   Female Co-Worker
Greg Mills   ...   Steve
Michael J. Bradecich   ...   Jerry
Mike Falevits   ...   Guy at Party #1
Alkesh Patel   ...   Guy at Party #2
Sean Fortunato   ...   Ted
Manny Sosa   ...   Cab Driver
Julijana Lazarevich   ...   Hostess
Doug McDade   ...   Sleeping Man
Norman K. Smith   ...   Subway Singer
Joseph Ellison   ...   Subway Singer
Ronald Christian   ...   Subway Singer
Jacqueline Williams   ...   Nurse
Shaun Gayle   ...   Doctor
LaShawn Banks   ...   Other Salesman

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