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The Prince and the Surfer (21-Dec-1999)

Directors: Arye Gross; Gregory Gieras

Writer: Gregory Poppen

From novel: The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain

Music Composed by: Erik Lundmark

Producer: Steven Paul

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Allyce Beasley
Actor
6-Jul-1954   Agnes DiPesto on Moonlighting
Linda Cardellini
Actor
25-Jun-1975   Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
Robert Englund
Actor
6-Jun-1947   The original Freddy Krueger
Arye Gross
Actor
17-Mar-1960   Adam Green on Ellen
C. Thomas Howell
Actor
7-Dec-1966   The Outsiders
Jennifer O'Neill
Actor
20-Feb-1948   Summer of '42
Vincent Schiavelli
Actor
10-Nov-1948 26-Dec-2005 Character actor and cookbook author

CAST

Jennifer O'Neill   ...   Queen Albertina
Timothy Bottoms   ...   Cash's Father
Vincent Schiavelli   ...   Baumgarten
C. Thomas Howell   ...   Dean
Arye Gross   ...   Vince
and
Robert Englund   ...   Minister Kratski
Katie Johnson   ...   Galina
Linda Cardellini   ...   Melissa
introducing
Sean Kellman   ...   Prince Edward / Cash Canty
Jason Strickland   ...   CT
Shepard Kostner   ...   Peter
Allyce Beasley   ...   Constance
Greg Poppin   ...   Bodybuilder
Steven Green   ...   Bodyguard
Lawrence DiBlasio   ...   Bodyguard
Alyse Mandel   ...   Maid
Duane King   ...   Butler
Jeff Pryor   ...   Valet
Gail Trout   ...   Female Johnny Double
Skylar Shuster   ...   Girl with Dog
Kerry Harris   ...   Tourist
Dan Winthrop   ...   Tourist
Justin Feldman   ...   Young Cash
Donny Cecil   ...   Corn Dog Vendor

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