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Audrey Rose (6-Apr-1977)

Director: Robert Wise

Writer: Frank De Felitta

From novel: Audrey Rose by Frank De Felitta

Music Composed and Conducted by: Michael Small

Producers: Joe Wizan; Frank De Felitta

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Beck
Actor
28-Jan-1943   Mark Graison on Dallas
John Hillerman
Actor
20-Dec-1932   Higgins on Magnum, P.I.
Anthony Hopkins
Actor
31-Dec-1937   Hannibal Lecter
Richard Lawson
Actor
7-Mar-1947   Poltergeist
Norman Lloyd
Actor
8-Nov-1914   Dr. Auschlander on St. Elsewhere
Marsha Mason
Actor
3-Apr-1942   The Goodbye Girl
Robert Walden
Actor
25-Sep-1943   Joe Rossi on Lou Grant

CAST

Marsha Mason   ...   Janice Templeton
Anthony Hopkins   ...   Elliot Hoover
John Beck   ...   Bill Templeton
Susan Swift   ...   Ivy Templeton
Norman Lloyd   ...   Dr. Steven Lipscomb
John Hillerman   ...   Scott Velie
Robert Walden   ...   Brice Mack
Philip Sterling   ...   Judge Langley
Ivy Jones   ...   Mary Lou Sides
Stephen Pearlman   ...   Russ Rothman
Aly Wassil   ...   Maharishi Gupta Pradesh
Mary Jackson   ...   Mother Veronica
Richard Lawson   ...   Policeman #1
Tony Brande   ...   Det. Fallon
Elizabeth Farley   ...   Carole Rothman
Ruth Manning   ...   Customer in Store
Stanley Brock   ...   Cashier in Store
David Wilson   ...   Policeman #2
David Fresco   ...   Dominick
Pat Corley   ...   Dr. Webster
Eunice Christopher   ...   Mrs. Carbone
Karen Anders   ...   Maria (waitress)

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