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Going All the Way (Jan-1997)

Director: Mark Pellington

Writer: Dan Wakefield

From novel: Going All the Way by Dan Wakefield

Music by: tomandandy

Producers: Tom Gorai; Sigurjon Sighvatsson

Keywords: Drama, Coming of Age

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ben Affleck
15-Aug-1972   Good Will Hunting
Jill Clayburgh
30-Apr-1944 5-Nov-2010 Starting Over
Jeremy Davies
8-Oct-1969   Saving Private Ryan
Amy Locane
19-Dec-1971   Bongwater
Rose McGowan
5-Sep-1973   Paige Matthews on Charmed
Nick Offerman
26-Jun-1970   Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation
Lesley Ann Warren
16-Aug-1946   The Limey
Rachel Weisz
7-Mar-1971   The Constant Gardener


Jeremy Davies   ...   Sonny Burns
Ben Affleck   ...   Gunner Casselman
Amy Locane   ...   Buddy Porter
Rachel Weisz   ...   Marty Pilcher
Rose McGowan   ...   Gail Ann Thayer
John Lordan   ...   Elwood Burns
Bob Swan   ...   Luke
Jill Clayburgh   ...   Alma Burns
Lesley Ann Warren   ...   Nina Casselman
Richard Gaeckle   ...   Conductor and Ticket Taker
Teri Beitel   ...   Beautiful Young Girl
Everett Greene   ...   Waiter
Jerry Panatieri   ...   Religious Man
Jeff Buelterman   ...   Blow Mahoney
Nick Offerman   ...   Wilks
Pat Daley   ...   Meadowlark Resident #1
Charlie Webb   ...   Meadowlark Resident #2
Wendy Carter   ...   Deedee
Dave Webster   ...   Crooner
Ted Steeg   ...   Minister
Adrienne Reiswerg   ...   Farmer's Wife
David Aikens   ...   Farmer #1
Dan Wakefield   ...   Farmer #2
John Craig   ...   Doctor
Cup a' Jo   ...   Winkie the Dog


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