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The Bonfire of the Vanities (21-Dec-1990)

Director: Brian De Palma

Writer: Michael Cristofer

From novel: The Bonfire of the Vanities by Tom Wolfe

Keywords: Drama, Comedy, New York

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Alice
Actor
3-Dec-1941   The Matrix Revolutions
Richard Belzer
Comic
4-Aug-1944   Munch on Homicide, Law & Order: SVU
Beth Broderick
Actor
24-Feb-1959   Aunt Zelda on Sabrina
Kim Cattrall
Actor
21-Aug-1956   Samantha on Sex and the City
Kevin Dunn
Actor
26-Feb-1956   American character actor
Kirsten Dunst
Actor
30-Apr-1982   Mary-Jane in Spider-Man
Morgan Freeman
Actor
1-Jun-1937   Unforgiven
Kurt Fuller
Actor
16-Sep-1953   Joel on Better with You
Andre Gregory
Theater Director
11-May-1934   My Dinner with Andre
Melanie Griffith
Actor
9-Aug-1957   Mom from Lolita redux
Tom Hanks
Actor
9-Jul-1956   Forrest Gump
Clifton James
Actor
29-May-1921   Sheriff J. W. Pepper
Alan King
Comic
26-Dec-1927 9-May-2004 Jewish comic and Friars Club fixture
Richard Libertini
Actor
21-May-1933   The In-Laws
Camryn Manheim
Actor
8-Mar-1961   Ellenor Frutt on The Practice
Malachy McCourt
Actor
20-Sep-1931   Father Meehan on Oz
Donald Moffat
Actor
26-Dec-1930   British-American character actor
George Plimpton
Author
18-Mar-1927 25-Sep-2003 Paper Lion
Saul Rubinek
Actor
2-Jul-1948   Ticket to Heaven
Robert Stephens
Actor
14-Jul-1931 12-Nov-1995 The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
Bruce Willis
Actor
19-Mar-1955   Die Hard
Rita Wilson
Actor
26-Oct-1956   Runaway Bride

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