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Deconstructing Harry (26-Aug-1997)

Director: Woody Allen

Writer: Woody Allen

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Caroline Aaron
Actor
7-Aug-1952   Character actress, 1980s to present
Woody Allen
Film Director
1-Dec-1935   Annie Hall
Kirstie Alley
Actor
12-Jan-1951   Rebecca from Cheers
Bob Balaban
Film Director
16-Aug-1945   Parents
Richard Benjamin
Actor
22-May-1938   Westworld
Eric Bogosian
Actor
24-Apr-1953   Talk Radio
Philip Bosco
Actor
26-Sep-1930   American character actor
Billy Crystal
Comic
14-Mar-1947   When Harry Met Sally
Judy Davis
Actor
23-Apr-1955   A Passage to India
Jennifer Garner
Actor
17-Apr-1972   Alias
Paul Giamatti
Actor
6-Jun-1967   John Adams
Mariel Hemingway
Actor
22-Nov-1961   Woody Allen's Manhattan
Amy Irving
Actor
10-Sep-1953   Carrie and Yentl
Julie Kavner
Actor
7-Sep-1950   Marge on The Simpsons
Jonathan LaPaglia
Actor
31-Aug-1969   Det. Kevin Debreno on The District
Eric Lloyd
Actor
19-May-1986   The Santa Clause 2
Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Comic
13-Jan-1961   Elaine on Seinfeld
Tobey Maguire
Actor
27-Jun-1975   Spider-Man
Demi Moore
Actor
11-Nov-1962   Ghost
Gene Saks
Theater Director
8-Nov-1921   The Odd Couple
Elisabeth Shue
Actor
6-Oct-1963   Leaving Las Vegas
Tony Sirico
Actor
29-Jul-1942   Paulie Walnuts
Stanley Tucci
Actor
11-Jan-1960   Joe Gould's Secret
Robin Williams
Comic
21-Jul-1952   Mork from Ork

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