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Illtown (7-Sep-1996)

Director: Nick Gomez

Writer: Nick Gomez

Based on a book: The Cocaine Kids by Terry Williams

Original Music by: Brian Keane

Producer: David L. Bushell

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kevin Corrigan
Actor
27-Mar-1969   Eddie Finnerty on Grounded for Life
Tony Danza
Actor
21-Apr-1951   Who's The Boss?
Angela Featherstone
Actor
3-Apr-1965   Det. Hannah Tyler on Cracker
Isaac Hayes
Musician
20-Aug-1942 10-Aug-2008 Theme from Shaft
Michael Rapaport
Actor
20-Mar-1970   Zebrahead
Lili Taylor
Actor
20-Feb-1967   Six Feet Under
Eddie Kaye Thomas
Actor
31-Oct-1980   American Pie

CAST

Michael Rapaport   ...   Dante
Lili Taylor   ...   Micky
Adam Trese   ...   Gabriel
Kevin Corrigan   ...   Francis
Paul Schulze   ...   Lucas
Angela Featherstone   ...   Lilly
Saul Stein   ...   Gunther
with
Tony Danza   ...   D'Avalon
Isaac Hayes   ...   George
Adam Cartwright   ...   The Kid
Eddie Kaye Thomas   ...   Young Flaco
Ian Marioles   ...   Will Noney
Melanie Adams   ...   Eristina
Mauricio Conpte   ...   Pep Lecara
Matt McLane   ...   Ghost Machine
Adam Laten Wilson   ...   Li'l Half Dead
Israel Borjas   ...   Puffy the Fat Bastard
David Diaz   ...   Freckles
Robert Ripoll   ...   Cracker Doogie
Jesse Bow   ...   Li'l Too Foul
Phil Neilson   ...   Officer Green
Avis-Marie Barnes   ...   Officer Bright
Gabriel Nick   ...   Honest John
Juan F. Cejas   ...   Nefarious Knucklehead
Michael Gizewski   ...   Trooper

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