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The Man from Left Field (15-Oct-1993)

Director: Burt Reynolds

Writer: Wayne A. Rice

Music Written and Performed by: Bobby Goldsboro

Producers: Wayne A. Rice; Renée Valente

Keywords: Sports Drama, Amnesia, Baseball

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Reba McEntire
Country Musician
28-Mar-1955   The Queen of Country Music
Burt Reynolds
Actor
11-Feb-1936   Moustached Cannonball Run actor
Joe Theismann
Football
9-Sep-1949   Washington Redskins QB

CAST

Starring
Burt Reynolds   ...   Jack Robinson
Reba McEntire   ...   Nancy Lee Prinzi
And Introducing
Kauwela Acocella   ...   Beau
Derek Baxter   ...   Malcolm
Adam Cronan   ...   Bama
Sean Dunne   ...   Peanut
Billy Gardner III   ...   J. C.
Adam Ohren   ...   Hooksy
Tino Taylor   ...   Tino
and
Joe Theismann   ...   Phil Corey
Co-Starring
Bradley Barfield   ...   Eddie Corey
Jonathan Bouck   ...   Jackie Denard
Suzanne Dodd   ...   Personnel Receptionist
Clarence Goss   ...   Papa Charlie
Danny Greene   ...   Mr. Block
Brian Iannitti   ...   Albert
Ken Kay   ...   Mr. Garrett
Tom Kouchalakos   ...   Mr. Hookstratten
Richard LePore   ...   Personnel Manager
Marc Macaulay   ...   Mr. O'Connor
Michael O'Smith   ...   Mr. Bates
Avery Sommers   ...   Mrs. Carver
David Berardi   ...   Darryl
Gene Deckerhoff   ...   Announcer
Jennifer Kays   ...   Doctor's Secretary
C. James Lewis   ...   Officer Lewis
Vic Prinzi   ...   Announcer
Aaron Vaughn   ...   Aaron Corey

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