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Cat's Eye (12-Apr-1985)

Director: Lewis Teague

Writer: Stephen King

Music by: Alan Silvestri

Producer: Martha Schumacher

Keywords: Horror, Anthology, Cats

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Drew Barrymore
Actor
22-Feb-1975   E.T., The Wedding Singer
Candy Clark
Actor
20-Jun-1947   American Graffiti
Charles Dutton
Actor
30-Jan-1951   Roc
Robert Hays
Actor
24-Jul-1947   Airplane!
Patricia Kalember
Actor
30-Dec-1957   Kaleidoscope
Alan King
Comic
26-Dec-1927 9-May-2004 Jewish comic and Friars Club fixture
Kenneth McMillan
Actor
2-Jul-1932 8-Jan-1989 Baron Vladimir Harkonnen
James Naughton
Actor
6-Dec-1945   The Paper Chase
James Rebhorn
Actor
1-Sep-1948   Independence Day
Mike Starr
Actor
29-Jul-1950   Goodfellas
Frank Welker
Actor
16-Feb-1945   Voice actor, Transformers
James Woods
Actor
18-Apr-1947   Casino, Any Given Sunday

CAST

Starring
Drew Barrymore   ...   Our Girl
James Woods   ...   Morrison
Alan King   ...   Dr. Donatti
Kenneth McMillan   ...   Cressner
Robert Hays   ...   Norris
Candy Clark   ...   Sally Ann
James Naughton   ...   Hugh
Tony Munafo   ...   Junk
Court Miller   ...   Mr. McCann
Russell Horton   ...   Mr. Milquetoast
Patricia Benson   ...   Mrs. Milquetoast
Mary D'Arcy   ...   Cindy
James Rebhorn   ...   Drunk Businessman
Jack Dillon   ...   Janitor
Susan Hawes   ...   Mrs. McCann
Shelly Burch   ...   Jerrilyn
Sal Richards   ...   Westlake
Jesse Doran   ...   Albert
Patricia Kalember   ...   Marcia
Mike Starr   ...   Ducky
Charles Dutton   ...   Dom

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