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A Bird of the Air (23-Sep-2011)

Director: Margaret Whitton

Writer: Roger Towne

From novel: The Loop by Joe Coomer

Composer: David Majzlin

Producers: Steven Tabakin; Margaret Whitton

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Anjanette Comer
7-Aug-1939   The Appaloosa
Linda Emond
22-May-1959   Julie & Julia
Gary Farmer
12-Jun-1953   Henry & Verlin
Buck Henry
9-Dec-1930   Frequent SNL host
Jackson Hurst
17-Feb-1979   Grayson Kent on Drop Dead Diva
Judith Ivey
4-Sep-1951   Designing Women
Louis Zorich
12-Feb-1924   Burt Buchman on Mad About You


Rachel Nichols   ...   Fiona
Jackson Hurst   ...   Lyman
Linda Emond   ...   Margie
Buck Henry   ...   Duncan Weber
Judith Ivey   ...   Eleanor Reeves
Rocco Sisto   ...   Campus Security Guard
Phyllis Somerville   ...   Ivy Campbell
Louis Zorich   ...   Eli Stowalski
Anjanette Comer   ...   Ella Weber
Erik Jensen   ...   Mustang Man
Kaiulani Lee   ...   Mrs. Blair
Matte Osian   ...   Trucker
Carmela Rappazzo   ...   Prof. Paquet
Todd La Tourrette   ...   Tom
Bernardo Saracino   ...   Neil
Kevin Skousen   ...   Frank
Genia Michaela   ...   Amber
Michael Sheets   ...   John
Paul Twitchell   ...   Paul
Carrie Fleming   ...   Reference Librarian
Jessamyn Blakeslee   ...   Dying Victim
Gary Farmer   ...   Charles Ballard
Juliet Lopez   ...   Dr. Reynosa
Kat Sawyer   ...   Billie Weber
Jocelyn Towne   ...   Sue Weber
Stephanie Jones   ...   Dr. Doughtery
Oscar and Meyer   ...   Mr. Roosevelt Zane
George   ...   Floyd
Brandy   ...   Eleanor Reeves' Dog


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