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Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (27-Jul-1998)

Director: Steve Miner

Writers: Robert Zappia; Matt Greenberg

Music by: John Ottman

Producer: Paul Freeman

Keywords: Horror, Slasher, Halloween

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Adam Arkin
Actor
19-Aug-1956   Dr. Aaron Shutt on Chicago Hope
Jamie Lee Curtis
Actor
22-Nov-1958   True Lies
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Actor
17-Feb-1981   Third Rock From the Sun
Lisa Gay Hamilton
Actor
25-Mar-1964   Rebecca Washington in The Practice
Josh Hartnett
Actor
21-Jul-1978   The Virgin Suicides
LL Cool J
Rapper
14-Jan-1968   Ladies Love Cool James
Tom Kane
Actor
15-Apr-1962   Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Janet Leigh
Actor
6-Jul-1927 4-Oct-2004 Psycho
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe
Actor
10-Oct-1978   Nash Bridges
Michelle Williams
Actor
9-Sep-1980   Jen Lindley on Dawson's Creek

CAST

Jamie Lee Curtis   ...   Laurie Strode / Keri Tate
Adam Arkin   ...   Will Brennan
Michelle Williams   ...   Molly
Adam Hann-Byrd   ...   Charlie
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe   ...   Sarah
Janet Leigh   ...   Norma
Brandon Williams   ...   Tony
Nancy Stephens   ...   Marion
Beau Billingslea   ...   Fritz
Introducing
Josh Hartnett   ...   John
With
LL Cool J   ...   Ronny
Joseph Gordon-Levitt   ...   Jimmy
Matt Winston   ...   Matt
Larisa Miller   ...   Claudia
Emmalee Thompson   ...   Casey
David Blanchard   ...   Waiter
John Cassini   ...   Cop #1
Jody Wood   ...   Cop #2
Lisa Gay Hamilton   ...   Shirl
Chris Durand   ...   Michael
Tom Kane   ...   Voice Over

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