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From Mexico with Love (15-Mar-2009)

Director: Jimmy Nickerson

Writers: Glen Hartford; Nicholas Siapkaris

Music by: John Frizzell

Producers: Glen Hartford; Daniel Toll

Keywords: Drama, Boxing

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steven Bauer
2-Dec-1956   Scarface
Kuno Becker
14-Jan-1978   Goal!
Stephen Lang
11-Jul-1952   Gettysburg
Gene LeBell
9-Oct-1932   Stuntman, wrestler
Bruce McGill
11-Jul-1950   Character actor, Animal House


Kuno Becker   ...   Hector
Steven Bauer   ...   Tito
Stephen Lang   ...   Big Al Stevens
Alex Nesic   ...   Robert Stevens
Danay Garcia   ...   Maria
Angelica Aragon   ...   Rosa
Bruce McGill   ...   Billy
Steve Bilich   ...   Patrol Man Pete
Carl Ciarfalio   ...   Jake
Henry Kingi, Sr.   ...   Georgie
Horacio Ramos   ...   Migrant Man
Araceli Vasquez   ...   Migrant Woman
Juan Gabriel Pareja   ...   Chucho
Armando Guererro   ...   Hector's First Opponent
Richard Armbrize   ...   Old Carlos
Alsada Richardson   ...   Old Berta
Robert Jauregui   ...   Rancher
Anthony Alfaro   ...   Carlito
Diana Edwards   ...   Inez
Jimmy Nickerson   ...   El Angelito
Amanda Rivas   ...   Lupe
Pat Outlaw   ...   Sparkey's -- Hector's First Opponent
Lisa Suarez   ...   Lucia
Michael Klesic   ...   The Accountant
Brian Burkhart   ...   Fat Boxer
Kathleen Gude   ...   Girl Boxer
Ron Yuan   ...   Scar
Joseph Quinlan   ...   Announcer
Gene LeBell   ...   Referee
Jorge Orta   ...   Food Delivery Guy
Glen Hartford   ...   Lefty (Betting)
Al Alonzo   ...   Priest
Brandon Turpin   ...   Ollie


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