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Mojave Moon (1996)

Director: Kevin Dowling

Writer: Leonard Glasser

Original Music by: Johnny Caruso

Producer: Matt Salinger

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Danny Aiello
Actor
20-Jun-1933   The Last Don
Anne Archer
Actor
24-Aug-1947   Fatal Attraction
Lewis Arquette
Actor
14-Dec-1935 10-Feb-2001 Arquette patriarch
Michael Berryman
Actor
4-Sep-1948   Lacks sweat glands
Michael Biehn
Actor
31-Jul-1956   Aliens, The Rock, The Abyss
John Getz
Actor
15-Oct-1946   Blood Simple
Angelina Jolie
Actor
4-Jun-1975   Tomb Raider
Peter MacNicol
Actor
10-Apr-1954   John Cage on Ally McBeal
Michael Massee
Actor
1955   Momentum
Alfred Molina
Actor
24-May-1953   Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2
Corin Nemec
Actor
5-Nov-1971   Parker Lewis Can't Lose
Jack Noseworthy
Actor
21-Dec-1969   Idle Hands

CAST

Danny Aiello   ...   Al
Anne Archer   ...   Julie
Alfred Molina   ...   Sal
Michael Biehn   ...   Boyd
Jack Noseworthy   ...   Kaiser
and
Angelina Jolie   ...   Ellie
Zack Norman   ...   Terry
Peter MacNicol   ...   Tire Repairman
John Getz   ...   Police Officer
Mary Joy   ...   Waitress
Lee Arenberg   ...   Friendly Motorist
Mark Anderson   ...   Gunman #1
Gary Lee Davis   ...   Gunman #2
Corin Nemec   ...   Car Thief
Leonard Termo   ...   Shorty
Lewis Arquette   ...   Charlie
Michael Berryman   ...   Angel
Rolando Molina   ...   Second Guy
Dyrk Ashton   ...   Third Guy
Michael Massee   ...   Fifth Guy

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