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The Ransom of Red Chief (16-Aug-1998)

Director: Bob Clark

Writer: Ed Naha

From short story by: O. Henry

Music by: Irwin L. Fisch

Producers: Ed Naha; J. Boyce Harman, Jr.

Keywords: Western/Comedy, Kidnapping

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bob Clark
Film Director
5-Aug-1941 4-Apr-2007 A Christmas Story
Michael Jeter
26-Aug-1952 30-Mar-2003 Evening Shade
Nancy Lenehan
26-Apr-1953   Kay Hickey on My Name Is Earl
Christopher Lloyd
22-Oct-1938   Jim Ignatowski on Taxi
Richard Moll
12-Jan-1943   Bull from Night Court
Haley Joel Osment
10-Apr-1988   Saw dead people in The Sixth Sense
Richard Riehle
12-May-1948   Walt Finnerty on Grounded for Life
Alan Ruck
1-Jul-1956   Cameron Frye in Ferris Bueller's Day Off


Christopher Lloyd   ...   Sam Howard
Michael Jeter   ...   Bill Driscoll
Alan Ruck   ...   Ambrose Dorset
Kaitlin Hopkins   ...   Agnes Dorset
Richard Riehle   ...   Sheriff Yankum
Brent Hinkley   ...   Deputy Muldoon
Sue Bugden   ...   Miss Dupa
Brad Greenquist   ...   Strange Pierre
Richard Moll   ...   Filthy McNasty
Haley Joel Osment   ...   Andy Dorset
Nancy Linehan Charles   ...   Temperance Lady #1
Linda Phillips   ...   Temperance Lady #2
Nicole Kranidas   ...   Temperance Lady #3
Al Mancini   ...   Assayer
Robert Dickman   ...   Second Town Man #1
Tim Farmer   ...   Second Town Man #2
Bob Clark   ...   Mr. Hooper
Melissa Bickerton   ...   Woman Stranger
Sam Reiter   ...   Gypsy King
Jennifer Butt   ...   Woman Gypsy
Jim Hanks   ...   Mailman
Gil Borgos   ...   Old Guy
Bill Wiley   ...   Grouch
Judith Drake   ...   Nun
J. R. Ingram   ...   Townsman
Eugene Osment   ...   Pete


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