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Cry Uncle! (17-Aug-1971)

Director: John G. Avildsen

Writers: David Odell; Allen Garfield; John G. Avildsen

From novel: Lie A Little, Die A Little by Michael Brett

Musical Score Composed and Conducted by: Harper MacKay

Producer: David Jay Disick

Keywords: Mystery, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Allen Garfield
Actor
22-Nov-1939   Cry Uncle!
Lloyd Kaufman
Film Director
30-Dec-1945   The Toxic Avenger
Debbi Morgan
Actor
20-Sep-1956   Dr. Angela Hubbard All My Children
Paul Sorvino
Actor
13-Apr-1939   Det. Cerreta on Law & Order
Mel Stewart
Actor
19-Sep-1929 24-Feb-2002 Scarecrow and Mrs. King

CAST

Starring
Allen Garfield   ...   Jake Masters
Madeleine Le Roux   ...   Cora Merrill
Devin Goldenberg   ...   Keith
with
David Kirk   ...   Jason Dominic
Sean Walsh   ...   Gene Sprigg
Mel Stewart   ...   Lt. Fowler
Debbi Morgan   ...   Olga Winter
and introducing
Pamela Gruen   ...   Renee
Featuring
Maureen Byrnes   ...   Lena Right
Bruce Pecheur   ...   Larry Caulk
Nancy Salmon   ...   Connie
Marcia Jean Kurtz   ...   Russian Girl
Reuben Schafer   ...   Russian
Chuck Pfeiffer   ...   Texan
Paul Sorvino   ...   Coughing Cop
Ray Barron   ...   Bald Cop
Joe Young   ...   Masochist
Dean Tait   ...   Spike
Patricia Wheel   ...   Keith's Mother
Jan Saint   ...   Bar Tender
Aaron Banks   ...   Cop
Jackson Beck   ...   Narrator (voice)
Frank Vitale   ...   1st Hippie
Lloyd Kaufman   ...   2nd Hippie
Liz Ferroll   ...   Girl

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