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Too Young to Die? (26-Feb-1990)

Director: Robert Markowitz

Writers: David Hill; George Rubino

Music: Charles Bernstein

Producers: Susan Weber-Gold; Julie Anne Weitz

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alan Fudge
Actor
27-Feb-1934 10-Oct-2011 C. W. Crawford on The Man from Atlantis
Juliette Lewis
Actor
21-Jun-1973   Natural Born Killers
Michael O'Keefe
Actor
24-Apr-1955   Caddyshack
Brad Pitt
Actor
18-Dec-1963   Ocean's Eleven
Michael Tucker
Actor
6-Feb-1945   Stuart Markowitz on L.A. Law

CAST

Starring
Michael Tucker   ...   Buddy Thornton
Juliette Lewis   ...   Amanda Sue Bradley
Brad Pitt   ...   Billy Canton
Alan Fudge   ...   Mark Calhoun
Emily Longstreth   ...   Jean Glessner
Laurie O'Brien   ...   Wanda Bradley Sledge
Yvette Heyden   ...   Annie Meacham
Tom Everett   ...   Judge Harper
and
Michael O'Keefe   ...   Mike Medwicki
Co-Starring
Dean Abston   ...   Harvey
J. Stephen Brady   ...   Brian
Mark Davenport   ...   Mickey
Lew Hopson   ...   Star
Annabelle Weenick   ...   Birdie Jewel
Charles C. Stevenson, Jr.   ...   Pastor
Charles David Richards   ...   Billings
Hank Woessner   ...   Boss
Featuring
Tim deZarn   ...   Patron
Jeremy Bailey   ...   Police Officer
C. W. Hemingway   ...   Gas Station Attendant
Taylor Fry   ...   Sally
Bradley Pierce   ...   Web
Don Pugsley   ...   Booking Officer
James Schendel   ...   Foreman
Redmond M. Gleeson   ...   Janitor

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