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The Plague (26-Aug-1992)

Original Title: La Peste

Director: Luis Puenzo

Writer: Luis Puenzo

From novel: The Plague by Albert Camus

Producers: Christian Charret; John R. Pepper; Jonathan Prince

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jean-Marc Barr
27-Sep-1960   Europa
Sandrine Bonnaire
31-May-1967   Mademoiselle
Robert Duvall
5-Jan-1931   Tom Hagen in The Godfather
William Hurt
20-Mar-1950   Altered States, Broadcast News
Raul Julia
9-Mar-1940 24-Oct-1994 Street Fighter, Addams Family
Victoria Tennant
30-Sep-1950   LA Story
China Zorrilla
14-Mar-1922   Elsa & Fred


William Hurt   ...   Dr. Bernard Rieux
Sandrine Bonnaire   ...   Martine Rambert
Jean-Marc Barr   ...   Jean Tarrou
Robert Duvall   ...   Joseph Grand
Raul Julia   ...   Cottard
Lautaro Murúa   ...   Fr. Paneloux
Victoria Tennant   ...   Alicia Rieux
China Zorrilla   ...   Emma Rieux
Jorge Luz   ...   Old Man with the Cats
Atilio Veronelli   ...   Dr. Horacio
Francisco Cocuzza   ...   Miguel
Laura Palmucci   ...   Miguel's Wife
Norman Erlich   ...   Dr. Castel
Marcos Woinsky   ...   Dr. Grunewald
Duilio Marzio   ...   Judge Othon
Pancho Ibañez   ...   Newscaster
Horacio Fontova   ...   Attendant
Bruno Chmelik   ...   Felipe, Judge Othon's Son
Monica Tozer   ...   Receptionist Dr. Rieux
Peter McFarlane   ...   Horse
Lidia Catalano   ...   Sara
Fabiana Uria   ...   Teresa
Norman Briski   ...   The Preacher
Juana Hidalgo   ...   Mrs. Castel
Silvina Chediek   ...   Newscaster
Verónica Llinas   ...   Stripteaser


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