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A Dog of Flanders (7-Aug-1999)

Director: Kevin Brodie

Writers: Kevin Brodie; Robert Singer

From novel: A Dog of Flanders by Ouida

Music by: Richard Friedman

Producer: Frank Yablans

Keywords: Drama, Dog

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cheryl Ladd
12-Jul-1951   Charlie's Angels
Bruce McGill
11-Jul-1950   Character actor, Animal House
Madylin Sweeten
27-Jun-1991   Ally Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond
Jon Voight
29-Dec-1938   Midnight Cowboy
Jack Warden
18-Sep-1920 19-Jul-2006 12 Angry Men


Jack Warden   ...   Jehan
Jeremy James Kissner   ...   Nello
Jesse James   ...   Young Nello
Jon Voight   ...   Michel
Cheryl Ladd   ...   Anna
Steven Hartley   ...   Cogez
Bruce McGill   ...   William
Andrew Bicknell   ...   Stephens
Antje de Boeck   ...   Millie
Farren Monet   ...   Aloise
Madylin Sweeten   ...   Young Aloise
Deborah Pollit   ...   Mary Daas
James Garde   ...   Steerns
Dirk Lavrysen   ...   Peter Paul Rubens
Michel Vanderlinden   ...   Peddler
Pierre Gerranio   ...   Cathedral Priest
Jodie Scott   ...   Fortune Teller
Jenny Tanghe   ...   Gertrude
Fred Van Kuijk   ...   Mayor
Jan Schulter-Stahlberg   ...   Bernard
Frederick Oxby   ...   Young Robert
Julien Bosman   ...   Teenage Robert
Leo Burton Davies   ...   Altar Boy
Bouli   ...   Constable
Anne Grandhenry   ...   Stephen's Wife
Jaak Van Assche   ...   Heckler
Katarina Vercammen   ...   Teacher
Gaston Bertin   ...   Lovain Priest
Ariana Porcu   ...   Baby Nello
Johan Reymen   ...   Oil Miller


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