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Hard Eight (20-Jan-1996)

Original Title: Sydney

Director: Paul Thomas Anderson

Writer: Paul Thomas Anderson

Keywords: Crime, Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Philip Baker Hall
Actor
10-Sep-1931   Magnolia
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Actor
23-Jul-1967   Character actor
Samuel L. Jackson
Actor
21-Dec-1948   Pulp Fiction
Gwyneth Paltrow
Actor
27-Sep-1972   Shakespeare in Love
John C. Reilly
Actor
24-May-1965   Boogie Nights
Melora Walters
Actor
21-Oct-1968   Boogie Nights

CAST

Philip Baker Hall   ...   Sydney
John C. Reilly   ...   John Finnegan
Gwyneth Paltrow   ...   Clementine
Samuel L. Jackson   ...   Jimmy
F. William Parker   ...   Hostage
Philip Seymour Hoffman   ...   Craps Player
Nathanael Cooper   ...   Restroom Attendant
Wynn White   ...   Waitress
Robert Ridgely   ...   Keno Manager
Kathleen Campbell   ...   Keno Girl
Michael J. Rowe   ...   Pit Boss
Peter D'Allesandro   ...   Bartender
Steve Blane   ...   Stickman
Xaleese   ...   Cocktail Waitress
Melora Walters   ...   Jimmy's Girl
Jean Langer   ...   Cashier
Andy Breen   ...   Groom
Renee Breen   ...   Bride
Jane W. Brimmer   ...   Cashier
Mark Pinizza   ...   Desk Clerk
Richard Gross   ...   Floorman
Cliff Keeley   ...   Change Attendant
Carrie McVey   ...   Cashier
Truman Robbins   ...   Pastor (voice)
Ernie Anderson   ...   Flaming pants
Wendy Weidman   ...   Flaming pants
Jason Cross   ...   Flaming pants

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