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Red (20-Jan-2008)

Directors: Trygve Allister Diesen; Lucky McKee

Writer: Stephen Susco

From novel: Red by Jack Ketchum

Music by: Søren Hyldgaard

Producers: Trygve Allister Diesen; Norman M. Dreyfus

Keywords: Thriller, Revenge

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Brian Cox
Actor
1-Jun-1946   The original Hannibal Lecter
Kim Dickens
Actor
18-Jun-1965   Joanie Stubbs on Deadwood
Robert Englund
Actor
6-Jun-1947   The original Freddy Krueger
Kyle Gallner
Actor
22-Oct-1986   Cassidy Casablancas on Veronica Mars
Amanda Plummer
Actor
23-Mar-1957   Pulp Fiction
Richard Riehle
Actor
12-May-1948   Walt Finnerty on Grounded for Life
Tom Sizemore
Actor
29-Nov-1961   Heat, Robbery Homicide Division
Delaney Williams
Actor
12-Dec-1962   Det. Landsman on The Wire

CAST

Brian Cox   ...   Avery Ludlow
Tom Sizemore   ...   Mr. McCormack
Robert Englund   ...   Mr. Doust
Amanda Plummer   ...   Mrs. Doust
Noel Fisher   ...   Danny
Kyle Gallner   ...   Harold
Shiloh Fernandez   ...   Pete
Richard Riehle   ...   Sam
Kim Dickens   ...   Carrie
Marcia Bennett   ...   Emma
Ashley Laurence   ...   Mrs. McCormack
Keith Buterbaugh   ...   Dean
Jack Ketchum   ...   Bartender
Delaney Williams   ...   Gun Shop Manager
Tate Ellington   ...   Gun Shop Clerk
Greg Stuhr   ...   Fire Marshall
John Luke Montias   ...   Cop
Katie Piel   ...   Gloria

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