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Hot Dog... The Movie (13-Jan-1984)

Director: Peter Markle

Writer: Mike Marvin

Original Music: Peter Bernstein

Producer: Edward S. Feldman

Keywords: Comedy, Skiing

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Naughton
Actor
13-Feb-1951   An American Werewolf in London
Shannon Tweed
Actor
10-Mar-1957   Playboy centerfold

CAST

Starring
David Naughton   ...   Dan
Patrick Houser   ...   Harkin
Tracy N. Smith   ...   Sunny
John Patrick Reger   ...   Rudi
Frank Koppola   ...   Squirrel
James Saito   ...   Kendo
and
Shannon Tweed   ...   Sylvia Fonda
George Theobald   ...   Slasher
Mark Vance   ...   Heinz
Erik Watson   ...   Fergy
Lynn Wieland   ...   Michelle
Sandy Hackett   ...   T-Shirt Contest M.C.
Crystal Smith   ...   Motel Clerk
Peter Vogt   ...   Fader Black
Robert Fuhrmann   ...   Rick Lauter
Marc Costello   ...   Event Starter
Deborah Dutton   ...   Rudette
Anders Stenstadt   ...   Rudette
Daniel K. Moore   ...   Rudette
Michael Moore   ...   Rudette
Linda Briggs McCulloch   ...   Rudette
Ami Julius   ...   Georgette
M. Lisa Cooper   ...   Girl at Party
Lauri Price   ...   Girl at Party
Robin Rael   ...   Girl at Party
Victoria Rae Walker   ...   Girl in Gondola
Gregory Beck   ...   Referee
Mike Marvin   ...   Downhill Starter
Jim Clark   ...   Cowboy at Bar
Ronald Hurley   ...   Gas Attendant
Robin Haynes   ...   Announcer

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