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The Red Sneakers (10-Feb-2002)

Director: Gregory Hines

Writers: Mark Saltzman; Jeffrey Rubin

Music by: Stanley Clarke

Producer: Gary L. Stephenson

Keywords: Sports Comedy, Basketball

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Vanessa Bell Calloway
Actor
20-Mar-1957   Coming to America
Vincent D'Onofrio
Actor
30-Jun-1959   Star of Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Gregory Hines
Dancer
14-Feb-1946 9-Aug-2003 Tap dancer
Scott Thompson
Actor
12-Jun-1959   The Kids in the Hall

CAST

Vanessa Bell Calloway   ...   Berniece
Dempsey Pappion   ...   Reggie
Ruben Santiago Hudson   ...   Uncle Joe
Scott Thompson   ...   Aldo
Philip Akin   ...   Mr. Seabrooke
Chris Collins   ...   Roscoe
Kendra FitzRandolph   ...   Courtney
Cabral Richards   ...   Khalil
With
Vincent D'Onofrio   ...   Mercado
Gregory Hines   ...   Zeke
Sarah Barrable-Tishauer   ...   Larosa
Jordan Walker   ...   Noah
Drew Nelson   ...   Jacob
Neil Crone   ...   Coach Blake
Reuben Thompson   ...   Alvin Duke
Camille Lawrence   ...   Nichelle
Makyla Smith   ...   Tamar
Jake Goldsbie   ...   Boy
David Klar   ...   Boy
Harrison Kane   ...   Boy
Kenner Ames   ...   Miles
Billy Otis   ...   Jerry
Angelo Tsarouchas   ...   Man on Line
Linda Carter   ...   Principal
David Huband   ...   Sportsweek Photographer
Sanjay Talwar   ...   Amir Salesman
Jeff Packer   ...   Photographer
Dirk McLean   ...   Photographer
Maxine Guess   ...   Female Reporter
Warren Benns   ...   Student
Nichole Lischer   ...   Student
Bruce Gray   ...   Final Game Referee
Brendan Connor   ...   Announcer
Rufus Crawford   ...   Chargers' Coach
Yvette McKoy   ...   Receptionist
Doug Stoddard   ...   Jacob's Father

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