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Cool World (10-Jul-1992)

Director: Ralph Bakshi

Writers: Michael Grais; Mark Victor

Music Score by: Mark Isham

Producer: Frank Mancuso, Jr.

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Adler
Actor
2-Oct-1956   Voice of Buster Bunny
Kim Basinger
Actor
8-Dec-1953   L.A. Confidential
Paul Ben-Victor
Actor
24-Jul-1965   The Wire
Gabriel Byrne
Actor
12-May-1950   The Usual Suspects
Maurice LaMarche
Actor
30-Mar-1958   Kif on Futurama
Brad Pitt
Actor
18-Dec-1963   Ocean's Eleven
Frank Sinatra, Jr.
Singer
10-Jan-1944   Son of Frank

CAST

Kim Basinger   ...   Holli Would
Gabriel Byrne   ...   Jack Deebs
Brad Pitt   ...   Frank Harris
Michele Abrams   ...   Jennifer Malley
Deirdre O'Connell   ...   Isabelle Malley
Janni Brenn-Lowen   ...   Mom Harris
William Frankfather   ...   Cop
Greg Collins   ...   Cop
Maurice LaMarche   ...   Doc Whiskers, Mash, Super Jack, etc.
Joey Camen   ...   Slash, Holli's Door, etc.
Michael David Lally   ...   Sparks
Carrie Hamilton   ...   Comic Bookstore Cashier
Stephen Worth   ...   Store Patron
Murray Podwal   ...   Store Patron
Jenine Jennings   ...   Craps Bunny
Gregory Snegoff   ...   Bash
Candi Milo   ...   Bob, Lonette, etc.
Charles Adler   ...   Nails
Patrick Pinney   ...   Bouncer
Frank Sinatra, Jr.   ...   Himself
Lamont Jackson   ...   Lucky's Bouncer
Paul Ben-Victor   ...   Valet
Big Yank   ...   Plaza Bouncer

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