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The Dogfather (12-Mar-2010)

Director: Richard Boddington

Writers: Russell Scalise; Michael Hamilton-Wright

Music by: Ryan Latham

Producer: Richard Boddington

Keywords: Juvenile/Comedy, Dog

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Chris Parnell
Actor
5-Feb-1967   Saturday Night Live

CAST

Chris Parnell   ...   Brian Franks
Marie Ward   ...   Christine Franks
William Cuddy   ...   Josh Franks
Also Starring
Dax Ravina   ...   Vinny
Tony Nappo   ...   Joey
Rachel Marcus   ...   Olivia
Michael Friend   ...   Dino
And
Gerry Mendicino   ...   Don Tazio
Sarah Jackson   ...   Miss Carrington
Meghan Wright   ...   Rose
Frank Longo   ...   Don #1
Jonathan Collard   ...   Mr. Westlake
Chris Gillet   ...   Doctor
Shawn Storer   ...   Officer Marks
Cailey Forwell   ...   Pippa
Keith Saulnier   ...   Moving Man #1
Jamie Watson   ...   Voice of Sonny (voice)
Dan Duran   ...   Voice of the Interviewer (voice)
Gabe   ...   Sonny
Speedo   ...   Sonny
Polar   ...   Sonny
Porkchop   ...   Sonny
Toad   ...   Rocky
Scrabble   ...   Crazy Park Dog
The Dream Team
Bailey Jantzi   ...   Dream Team
Kevin Pawelczyk   ...   Dream Team
Trayvon Henry   ...   Dream Team
Yumi Blake   ...   Dream Team
Additional Mobsters
Ryszard Karczmarek   ...   Mobster
Mark Mirapolsky   ...   Mobster
Anthony Difloria   ...   Mobster
David Foster   ...   Mobster
Joe Ring   ...   Mobster
Thomas Dasilva   ...   Mobster
Tony Gerace   ...   Mobster

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