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Water Damage (1999)

Director: Murray Battle

Writer: Tony Johnston

Based on a book by: Gregory Ward

Music: John Welsman

Producer: John Gillespie

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Daniel Baldwin
Actor
5-Oct-1960   A Baldwin brother
Leslie Hope
Actor
6-May-1965   Teri Bauer on 24
Mimi Kuzyk
Actor
21-Feb-1952   Judith Parker on Sophie
Eugene Lipinski
Actor
5-Nov-1956   Lloyd Manning on Da Vinci's Inquest
John Neville
Actor
2-May-1925 19-Nov-2011 The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Dean Stockwell
Actor
5-Mar-1936   Blue Velvet

CAST

Daniel Baldwin   ...   Paul Preedy
Leslie Hope   ...   Arabella Bauer
with
John Neville   ...   Jock Beale
Roberta Maxwell   ...   Dr. Winston
Mimi Kuzyk   ...   Eve Preedy
Eugene Lipinski   ...   King
Laura Catalano   ...   Quinn
Deborah Grover   ...   Mary Swoffa
Peter Kelleghan   ...   Sandy Adams
introducing
Morgan Freeman   ...   Tom Preedy
Dean Stockwell   ...   Det. Frank Skoufaris
Colin Jefferson   ...   Clifford Preedy
Patrick Galligan   ...   Dr. Owen
Thomas Hauff   ...   Caretaker
Jessica Hopper   ...   Charlie
Topaz Hasfal   ...   Head Nurse
Audrey Lupke   ...   Attendant
David Roemmele   ...   Young King
Joe Dinicol   ...   Young Victor Dempsey
Trevor Haldenby   ...   Young Sandy Adams
Markus Parilo   ...   ETF Officer
John Robinson   ...   Jelluns
Peter Van Wart   ...   Brown
Tony Nappo   ...   Audio Cop -- Angelosi
Dan Gallagher   ...   Tzxi Driver

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