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The Door in the Floor (18-Jun-2004)

Director: Tod Williams

Writer: Tod Williams

From novel: A Widow for One Year by John Irving

Composer: Marcelo Zarvos

Producers: Michael Corrente; Ted Hope; Anne Carey

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kim Basinger
Actor
8-Dec-1953   L.A. Confidential
Jeff Bridges
Actor
4-Dec-1949   The Dude abides
Elle Fanning
Actor
9-Apr-1998   Actress/sister of Dakota
Jon Foster
Actor
3-Aug-1984   Damien Cutler on Windfall
Donna Murphy
Actor
7-Mar-1959   The King and I
Bijou Phillips
Musician
1-Apr-1980   I'd Rather Eat Glass
Mimi Rogers
Actor
27-Jan-1956   Someone To Watch Over Me

CAST

Jeff Bridges   ...   Ted Cole
Kim Basinger   ...   Marion Cole
Jon Foster   ...   Eddie O'Hare
Mimi Rogers   ...   Evelyn Vaughn
Elle Fanning   ...   Ruth Cole
with
Bijou Phillips   ...   Alice
Larry Pine   ...   Interviewer
John Rothman   ...   Minty O'Hare
Harvey Loomis   ...   Dr. Loomis
Mike S. Ryan   ...   Reception Fan
Libby Langdon   ...   Woman at Reception
Louis Arcella   ...   Eduardo Gomez
Robert LuPone   ...   Mendelssohn
Rachel Style   ...   Bookstore Assistant
Amanda Posner   ...   Frame Shop Clerk
Donna Murphy   ...   Frame Shop Owner
Marion McCorry   ...   Bookstore Customer
Kristina Valada-Viars   ...   Effie
LeAnna Croom   ...   Glorie Mountsier
Claire Beckman   ...   Mrs. Mountsier
Tod Harrison Williams   ...   Thomas Cole
Carter Williams   ...   Timothy Cole

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