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Faithful (3-Apr-1996)

Director: Paul Mazursky

Writer: Chazz Palminteri

From a play: Faithful by Chazz Palminteri

Music by: Phillip Johnston

Producers: Jane Rosenthal; Robert De Niro

Keywords: Crime/Comedy, Hitman

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cher
Singer
20-May-1946   Sonny and Cher
Allison Janney
Actor
19-Nov-1959   C. J. Cregg on The West Wing
Paul Mazursky
Film Director
25-Apr-1930   Down and Out in Beverly Hills
Ryan O'Neal
Actor
20-Apr-1941   Paper Moon
Chazz Palminteri
Actor
15-May-1952   Bullets Over Broadway
Amber Smith
Model
2-Mar-1972   Supermodel, Michelob shill
Stephen Spinella
Actor
11-Oct-1956   Love! Valour! Compassion!
Jeffrey Wright
Actor
7-Dec-1965   Basquiat

CAST

Cher   ...   Margaret
Chazz Palminteri   ...   Tony
Ryan O'Neal   ...   Jack
Paul Mazursky   ...   Dr. Susskind
Amber Smith   ...   Debbie
Elisa Leonetti   ...   Maria
Mark Nassar   ...   Maria's Boyfriend
Stephen Spinella   ...   Young Man at Rolls
Jeffrey Wright   ...   Young Man at Rolls
David Marino   ...   Little Tony
Steven Randazzo   ...   Tony's Father
Olinda Turturro   ...   Tony's Mother
Max Norat   ...   Jewelery Store Salesman
Allison Janney   ...   Saleslady
Chris O'Neill   ...   Priest
Michael Mulheren   ...   Foreman
Jerry Walsh   ...   Trucking Dispatcher
Gianna Ranaudo   ...   Teacher
Omar Sharif Scroggins   ...   Kid
Zakee Howze   ...   Kid
Paul Ronan   ...   Young Guy in Car
Steve Carreri   ...   Young Guy in Car

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