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Born to Win (1-Dec-1971)

Director: Ivan Passer

Writers: David Scott Milton; Ivan Passer

Music by: William S. Fischer

Producer: Philip Langner

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Karen Black
Actor
1-Jul-1939 7-Aug-2013 Five Easy Pieces
Robert De Niro
Actor
17-Aug-1943   The Godfather: Part II
Hector Elizondo
Actor
22-Dec-1936   Dr. Neven Bell on Monk
Paula Prentiss
Actor
4-Mar-1938   What's New, Pussycat?
George Segal
Actor
13-Feb-1934   Fun with Dick and Jane
Burt Young
Actor
30-Apr-1940   Paulie in Rocky

CAST

George Segal   ...   J
Paula Prentiss   ...   Veronica
with
Jay Fletcher   ...   Billy Dynamite
Hector Elizondo   ...   Vivian
featuring
Robert De Niro   ...   Danny
Irving Selbst   ...   Stanley
Marcia Jean Kurtz   ...   Marlene
Ed Madsen   ...   Detective
Tim Pelt   ...   Little Davey
Jose Perez   ...   Junior Conception
Sylvia Simms   ...   Cashier
Max Brandt   ...   Store Clerk
Jack Hollander   ...   Harry
Alex Colon   ...   Bus Boy
Burt Young   ...   First Hood
Roland Kindhard   ...   Second Hood
Jean David   ...   Laundry Woman
Paul Benjamin   ...   Fixer
Charles McGregor   ...   Lethal Messenger
David Milton   ...   Smuggler
Walter Stevens   ...   Respectable Businessman
and
Karen Black   ...   Parm
Cynda Westcott   ...   Billy's Date
Aaron Braunstein   ...   Man in Store
Lockie Edwards   ...   Man in Bar
Diane Molneri   ...   Girl on Terrace
Jane Elder   ...   Girl's Mother
Vic Ramos   ...   Man with Package

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