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Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (21-Nov-1997)

Director: Clint Eastwood

Writer: John Lee Hancock

From novel: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil: A Savannah Story‎ by John Berendt

Music by: Lennie Niehaus

Producers: Clint Eastwood; Arnold Stiefel

Keywords: True Crime

Set among the quirky Savannah upper class, hustler Billy Hanson is killed on the estate of socialite art dealer Jim Williams, and Williams stands accused of his murder. New York magazine reporter John Kelso tries to capture the story. Though simplified from the true story in the book (four trials reduced to one), complexity is manifest. Unusual material for Eastwood.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ann Cusack
22-May-1961   The Jeff Foxworthy Show
John Cusack
28-Jun-1966   High Fidelity
Alison Eastwood
22-May-1972   Tightrope
Bob Gunton
15-Nov-1945   The Shawshank Redemption
Irma P. Hall
3-Jun-1935   Soul Food
Anne Haney
4-Mar-1934 26-May-2001 Mrs. Doubtfire
Kim Hunter
12-Nov-1922 11-Sep-2002 Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire
Jude Law
29-Dec-1972   Gattaca
Geoffrey Lewis
31-Jul-1935   Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
Dorothy Loudon
17-Sep-1933 15-Nov-2003 American stage actress
Collin Wilcox Paxton
4-Feb-1935 14-Oct-2009 To Kill a Mockingbird
Jo Ann Pflug
2-May-1940   Lt. O'Hara on Operation Petticoat
Leon Rippy
30-Oct-1949   Earl on Saving Grace
Michael Rosenbaum
11-Jul-1972   Lex Luthor on Smallville
Kevin Spacey
26-Jul-1959   The Usual Suspects
Jack Thompson
31-Aug-1940   Sunday Too Far Away


Kevin Spacey   ...   Jim Williams
John Cusack   ...   John Kelso
Jack Thompson   ...   Sonny Seiler
Irma P. Hall   ...   Minerva
Jude Law   ...   Billy Hanson
Alison Eastwood   ...   Mandy Nicholls
Paul Hipp   ...   Joe Odom
The Lady Chablis   ...   Chablis Deveau
Geoffrey Lewis   ...   Luther Driggers
Dorothy Loudon   ...   Serena Dawes
Anne Haney   ...   Margaret Williams
Kim Hunter   ...   Betty Harty
Richard Herd   ...   Henry Skerridge
Leon Rippy   ...   Det. Boone
Bob Gunton   ...   Finley Largent
Michael O'Hagan   ...   Geza Von Habsburg
Gary Anthony Williams   ...   Bus Driver
Tim Black   ...   Jeff Braswell
Muriel Moore   ...   Mrs. Baxter
Sonny Seiler   ...   Judge White
Terry Rhoads   ...   Assistant D.A.
Victor Brandt   ...   Bailiff
Patricia Herd   ...   Juror #1
Nick Gillie   ...   Juror #20
Patrika Darbo   ...   Sara Warren
J. Patrick McCormack   ...   Doctor
Emma Kelly   ...   Herself
Tyrone Lee Weaver   ...   Ellis
Gregory Goossen   ...   Prison Cell Lunatic
Shannon Eubanks   ...   Mrs. Hamilton
Virginia Duncan   ...   Card Club Woman #1
Rhoda Griffis   ...   Card Club Woman #2
Judith Robinson   ...   Card Club Woman #3
Jo Ann Pflug   ...   Cynthia Vaughn
James Moody   ...   Mr. Glover
John Duncan   ...   Gentleman in Park
Bess S. Thompson   ...   Pretty Girl
Jin Hi Soucy   ...   Receptionist
Michael Rosenbaum   ...   George Tucker
Dan Biggers   ...   Harry Cram
Georgia Allen   ...   Lucille Wright
Collin Wilcox Paxton   ...   Woman at Party
Charles Black   ...   Alpha
Aleta Mitchell   ...   Alphabette
Michael "Kevin" Harry   ...   Phillip
Dorothy Kingery   ...   Jim Williams' Sister
Amanda Kingery   ...   Jim Williams' Niece Amanda
Susan Kingery   ...   Jim Williams' Niece Susan
Ted Manson   ...   Passer-by
Margaret R. Davis   ...   Ruth
Danny Nelson   ...   Senator
Bree Luck   ...   Woman at Club
Ann Cusack   ...   Delivery Woman
Jerry Spence   ...   Hair Dresser


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