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Ethan Frome (12-Mar-1993)

Director: John Madden

Writer: Richard Nelson

From novel: Edith Frome by Edith Wharton

Music Composed by: Rachel Portman

Producer: Stan Wlodkowski

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joan Allen
20-Aug-1956   Mother in Pleasantville
Patricia Arquette
8-Apr-1968   Allison Dubois on Medium
Tate Donovan
25-Sep-1963   Jimmy Cooper on The O.C.
Katharine Houghton
10-Mar-1945   Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Liam Neeson
7-Jun-1952   Rob Roy, Gangs of New York


Liam Neeson   ...   Ethan Frome
Patricia Arquette   ...   Mattie Silver
Joan Allen   ...   Zeena
Tate Donovan   ...   Rev. Smith
Katharine Houghton   ...   Mrs. Hale
Stephen Mendillo   ...   Ned Hale
Debbon Ayer   ...   Young Ruth
Jay Goede   ...   Denis Eady
Rob Campbell   ...   Young Ned
George Woodard   ...   Jotham
Gil Rood   ...   Conductor
Phil Garran   ...   Mr. Howe
Virginia Smith   ...   Mrs. Howe
Annie Nessen   ...   Sarah Anne Howe
Marcie Vaughan   ...   Young Woman
Burt Porter   ...   Harmon Gow
Rusty De Wees   ...   Man at Post Office
Paul Donlon   ...   Man at Post Office
Robert Nutt   ...   Church Elder
David Dellinger   ...   Funeral Minister
W. Clark Noyes   ...   Man at Funeral
Howard Boardman   ...   Man at Funeral
Deborah Bremer   ...   Woman at Funeral
Tom Todoroff   ...   2nd Conductor
Louise De Cormier   ...   Mrs. Varnum
Edsel Hughes   ...   Mr. Varnum
Dennis Mientka   ...   Andrew Hale
Darri Johnson   ...   Customer at Eady Store
Patty Smith   ...   Mrs. Homan


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