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Commandments (2-May-1997)

Director: Daniel Taplitz

Writer: Daniel Taplitz

Music by: Joseph Vitarelli

Producers: Michael Chinich; Joe Medjuck; Daniel Goldberg

Keywords: Drama, Dark Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Aldredge
Actor
28-Feb-1928 22-Jul-2011 Into The Woods
Michael Badalucco
Actor
20-Dec-1954   Jimmy Berluti on The Practice
Courteney Cox
Actor
15-Jun-1964   Monica on Friends
Anthony LaPaglia
Actor
31-Jan-1959   Murder One
Aidan Quinn
Actor
8-Mar-1959   Reckless
Amy Sedaris
Actor
29-Mar-1961   Strangers With Candy
Louis Zorich
Actor
12-Feb-1924   Burt Buchman on Mad About You

CAST

Aidan Quinn   ...   Seth Warner
Courteney Cox   ...   Rachel Luce
Anthony LaPaglia   ...   Harry Luce
Louis Zorich   ...   Rudy Warner
Alice Drummond   ...   Mrs. Mann
Tom Aldredge   ...   Mr. Mann
Pat McNamara   ...   Police Chief Warren
Pamela Gray   ...   Melissa Murphy
Jack Gilpin   ...   Gordon Bloom
Shirl Bernheim   ...   Sylvia
Peter Jacobson   ...   Banker
Patrick Garner   ...   Banker
Marcia DeBonis   ...   Receptionist
Lisa Louise Langford   ...   Paramedic
Chris McGinn   ...   Nurse
Scott Sowers   ...   Det. Malhoney
Amy Sedaris   ...   Scholar
Stephen Pearlman   ...   Rabbi
Frank Girardeau   ...   Bartender
Stephen Singer   ...   Mr. Neer
John Tormey   ...   Desk Sergeant
Michael Badalucco   ...   Detective
Stu "Large" Riley   ...   Inmate
Tom Riis Farrell   ...   Marine Biologist

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