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Moonlighting (18-Sep-1982)

Director: Jerzy Skolimowski

Writer: Jerzy Skolimowski

Music Composed by: Stanley Myers

Producers: Mark Shivas; Jerzy Skolimowski

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeremy Irons
Actor
19-Sep-1948   Dead Ringers
Eugene Lipinski
Actor
5-Nov-1956   Lloyd Manning on Da Vinci's Inquest
Jenny Seagrove
Actor
4-Jul-1957   Jo Mills on Judge John Deed

CAST

Jeremy Irons   ...   Nowak
Eugene Lipinski   ...   Banaszak
Jiri Stanislav   ...   Wolski
Eugeniusz Haczkiewicz   ...   Kudaj
Dorothy Zienciowska   ...   Lot Airline Girl
Edward Arthur   ...   Immigration Officer
Denis Holmes   ...   Neighbour
Renu Setna   ...   Junk Shop Owner
David Calder   ...   Supermarket Manager
Judy Gridley   ...   Supermarket Supervisor
Claire Toeman   ...   Supermarket Cashier
Catherine Harding   ...   Lady Shoplifter
Jill Johnson   ...   Haughty Supermarket Customer
David Squire   ...   Supermarket Assistant
Mike Sarne   ...   Builders' Merchant
Lucy Hornak   ...   Wrangler Shop Assistant
Robyn Mandell   ...   Wrangler Shop Assistant
Ann Tirard   ...   Lady in Telephone Box
Christopher Logue   ...   Workman
Hugh Harper   ...   Newspaper Boy
Julia Chambers   ...   Chemist's Assistant
Fred Lee Own   ...   Chinese Man
Kenny Ireland   ...   Timber Man
Trevor Cooper   ...   Hire Shop Man
Iain Ormsby-Knox   ...   Hire Shop Man
David Gant   ...   Aquascutum Assistant
Jennifer Landor   ...   Aquascutum Shoplifter
Jenny Seagrove   ...   Anna
Ian McCulloch   ...   Boss Lookalike
Laura Frances Hart   ...   His Woman

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