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The Last Party (27-Aug-1993)

Directors: Mark Benjamin; Marc Levin

Writers: Robert Downey, Jr.; Marc Levin; Josh Richman

Keywords: Documentary

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jerry Brown
Politician
7-Apr-1938   Governor of California
Bill Clinton
Head of State
19-Aug-1946   42nd US President, 1993-2001
Roger Clinton
Relative
25-Jul-1956   Black sheep in Clinton family
Patti Davis
Relative
21-Oct-1952   Reagan's prodigal daughter
Robert Downey, Jr.
Actor
4-Apr-1965   The Gingerbread Man
Robert Downey, Sr.
Film Director
24-Jun-1936   Greaser's Palace
Jerry Falwell
Religion
11-Aug-1933 15-May-2007 Television evangelist
Peter Jennings
Journalist
29-Jul-1938 7-Aug-2005 Former anchor, ABC World News Tonight
John Kerry
Politician
11-Dec-1943   US Secretary of State
Spike Lee
Film Director
20-Mar-1957   Do The Right Thing
Richard Lewis
Comic
29-Jun-1947   Such a nice young man
G. Gordon Liddy
Government
30-Nov-1930   Watergate criminal, talk-show-host
Mary Stuart Masterson
Actor
28-Jun-1966   Dogtown
Dave Mustaine
Guitarist
13-Sep-1961   Megadeth
Oliver North
Military
7-Oct-1943   Perjuring Iran-Contra figure
Sean Penn
Actor
17-Aug-1960   Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Dana Rohrabacher
Politician
21-Jun-1947   Congressman, California 46th
Al Sharpton
Activist
3-Oct-1954   Minister, Presidential hopeful
Curtis Sliwa
Activist
26-Mar-1954   Founder of the Guardian Angels
Oliver Stone
Film Director
15-Sep-1946   JFK

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