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Burning Down the House (7-Feb-2001)

Director: Philippe Mora

Writer: Michael Cole Dinelli

From a play: High Tensions in the Tropics by Michael Cole Dinelli

Music by: Jeff Marsh

Producers: Joanne Baron; James Wilder; John Savage; Elise Pritcher

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William Atherton
30-Jul-1947   Ghostbusters
René Auberjonois
1-Jun-1940   Changeling on Star Trek: DS9
Orson Bean
22-Jul-1928   Anatomy of a Murder
Mick Fleetwood
24-Jun-1947   Fleetwood Mac
Arye Gross
17-Mar-1960   Adam Green on Ellen
C. Thomas Howell
7-Dec-1966   The Outsiders
David Keith
8-May-1954   Firestarter
John Savage
25-Aug-1949   The Deer Hunter
James Wilder
5-Aug-1968   A Face to Die For


John Ales   ...   Francois
William Atherton   ...   Arthur Kranston
René Auberjonois   ...   Pierre
Joanne Baron   ...   Brenda Goodman
Orson Bean   ...   Sy
Luca Bercovici   ...   Repo Man
Ceasar Cavaricci   ...   Ray
Mick Fleetwood   ...   Bartender
Arye Gross   ...   Bob Washington
C. Thomas Howell   ...   Concierge
David Keith   ...   Carolina
John Savage   ...   Jake Seiling
James Wilder   ...   Arnie Green
Leslie Danon   ...   Julie
Darnell Dalton   ...   Man at Bar
Kristen Dalton   ...   Woman at Bar
James Faulkner   ...   Hal Lender
China Kantner   ...   Casting Office Assistant
Tracy Zahoryin   ...   Tracy
Cassidy Phillips   ...   Matre D'
James P. Cappe   ...   Man in Restaurant
Tracy E. Wilson   ...   Party Girl
Reginald H. Hooks, Sr.   ...   Man at Party


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