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The Good German (12-Nov-2006)

Director: Steven Soderbergh

Writer: Paul Attanasio

From novel: The Good German by Joseph Kanon

Music by: Thomas Newman

Producers: Ben Cosgrove; Gregory Jacobs

Keywords: Mystery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cate Blanchett
Actor
14-May-1969   Galadriel in LOTR
Beau Bridges
Actor
9-Dec-1941   The Fabulous Baker Boys
George Clooney
Actor
6-May-1961   E.R.
Tobey Maguire
Actor
27-Jun-1975   Spider-Man
Leland Orser
Actor
6-Aug-1960   Dr. Lucien Dubenko on ER
Jack Thompson
Actor
31-Aug-1940   Sunday Too Far Away

CAST

Cate Blanchett   ...   Lena Brandt
George Clooney   ...   Jake Geismer
Tobey Maguire   ...   Tully
Beau Bridges   ...   Col. Muller
Tony Curran   ...   Danny
Leland Orser   ...   Bernie
Jack Thompson   ...   Congressman Breimer
Robin Weigert   ...   Hannelore
Ravil Isyanov   ...   Gen. Sikorsky
Christian Oliver   ...   Emil Brandt
Dave Power   ...   Lt. Schaeffer
Don Pugsley   ...   Gunther
Dominic Comperatore   ...   Levi
In order of appearance
John Roeder   ...   General
J. Paul Boehmer   ...   British Press Aide
Igor Korosec   ...   Russian Soldier
Boris Kievsky   ...   Russian Soldier
Vladimir Kulikov   ...   Russian Soldier
Yevgeniy Narovlyanskiy   ...   Russian Soldier
Aleksandr Sountsov   ...   Russian Soldier
Dean Misch   ...   German Boy
Justin Misch   ...   German Boy
Tom Cummins   ...   British Interviewer
Brandon Keener   ...   Clerk
Gianfranco L'Amore Tordi   ...   The Butcher
David Willis   ...   Franz Bettmann

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