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Loch Ness (9-Feb-1996)

Director: John Henderson

Writer: John Fusco

Music Composed and Conducted by: Trevor Jones

Producers: Tim Bevan; Eric Fellner; Stephen Ujlaki

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Keith Allen
Actor
2-Jun-1953   Keith Allen Will Burn In Hell
Ted Danson
Actor
29-Dec-1947   Bartender on Cheers
James Frain
Actor
14-Mar-1968   Sunshine
Ian Holm
Actor
12-Sep-1931   Time Bandits
Joely Richardson
Actor
9-Jan-1965   Julia McNamara on Nip/Tuck
Richard Vernon
Actor
7-Mar-1925 4-Dec-1997 Oldenshaw on The Man in Room 17
Harris Yulin
Actor
5-Nov-1937   Roger Stanton on 24

CAST

Ted Danson   ...   Dempsey
Joely Richardson   ...   Laura
Ian Holm   ...   Water Bailiff
Harris Yulin   ...   Dr. Mercer
James Frain   ...   Adrian Foote
Keith Allen   ...   Gordon Shoals
Nick Brimble   ...   Andy Maclean
Kirsty Graham   ...   Isabel
Harry Jones   ...   Wee Wullie
Philip O'Brien   ...   Dr. Abernathy
Joseph Greig   ...   Guideon
John Dair   ...   Macleish
John Verea   ...   Tow Truck Driver
Deborah Weston   ...   Dr. Hunter
Wolf Kahler   ...   Dr. Muller
Julian Curry   ...   Englishman
Roger Sloman   ...   Norwegian
Brian Pettifer   ...   Repairman
John Stahl   ...   First Fisherman
Graham McGregor   ...   Second Fisherman
Johnny Irving   ...   Tommy
Pamela Kelly   ...   Mary McFarlane
Janette Foggo   ...   Rhoda Tait
John Savident   ...   Dr. Binns
Richard Vernon   ...   Aged Professor

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