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Home Fries (16-Sep-1998)

Director: Dean Parisot

Writer: Vince Gilligan

Music Composed and Orchestrated by: Rachel Portman

Producers: Mark Johnson; Barry Levinson; Lawrence Kasdan; Charles Newirth

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Drew Barrymore
Actor
22-Feb-1975   E.T., The Wedding Singer
Jake Busey
Actor
15-Jun-1971   Identity
Shelley Duvall
Actor
7-Jul-1949   The Shining
Chris Ellis
Actor
14-Apr-1956   Character actor
John Hawkes
Actor
11-Sep-1959   Bugsy in The Perfect Storm
Catherine O'Hara
Comic
4-Mar-1954   Delia in Beetlejuice
Luke Wilson
Actor
21-Sep-1971   Owen Wilson's handsome brother

CAST

Drew Barrymore   ...   Sally
Catherine O'Hara   ...   Mrs. Lever
Luke Wilson   ...   Dorian
Jake Busey   ...   Angus
Shelley Duvall   ...   Mrs. Jackson
Lanny Flaherty   ...   Red
Daryl Mitchell   ...   Roy
Kim Robillard   ...   Billy
Chris Ellis   ...   Henry Lever
Blue Deckert   ...   Sheriff
Mark Walters   ...   Deputy
Tommy Shane Steiner   ...   Soldier in Jeep
Theresa Merritt   ...   Mrs. Vaughan
Jill Parker-Jones   ...   Lamaze Instructor
Morgana Shaw   ...   Lucy Garland
Robert Graham   ...   Reverend
Zeke Mills   ...   Tobacco Warehouse Supervisor
John Hawkes   ...   Randy
Brady Coleman   ...   Doctor
Jean Donatto   ...   Nurse #1
Mona Lee Fultz   ...   Nurse #2
Marco Perella   ...   Good Ol' Boy in Pickup
Meason Wiley   ...   Photo Lab Employee
Zachary Moore   ...   Benny

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