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The Hitman (25-Oct-1991)

Director: Aaron Norris

Writers: Robert Geoffrion; Don Carmody

Music by: Joel Derouin

Producer: Don Carmody

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William B. Davis
13-Jan-1938   Cancer Man on The X-Files
Chuck Norris
10-Mar-1940   Walker: Texas Ranger
Michael Parks
24-Apr-1940   Then Came Bronson
Alberta Watson
6-Mar-1955   Madeline on La Femme Nikita
Al Waxman
2-Mar-1935 18-Jan-2001 Lt. Samuels on Cagney and Lacey


Chuck Norris   ...   Garret / Grogan
Michael Parks   ...   Ronny "Del" Delaney
Al Waxman   ...   Marco Luganni
Alberta Watson   ...   Christine De Vera
Salim Grant   ...   Tim Murphy
Ken Pogue   ...   Chambers
Marcel Sabourin   ...   Andre Lacombe
Bruno Gerussi   ...   Nino
Frank Ferrucci   ...   Shahad
James Purcell   ...   Sal
Candus Churchill   ...   Kate
Alan Peterson   ...   Lemke
Paris Mileos   ...   Scolari
Alex Bruhanski   ...   Scarlini
Stephen Dimopoulos   ...   Galione
Anthony Stambouliem   ...   Rigoletti
Michael B. Enyaer   ...   Hassan
Gerry Bean   ...   Fierro
Nathan Vanering   ...   Nantel
Alex Diakun   ...   Armone
Michele Goodger   ...   Corrine
Michael Rogers   ...   Sully
Jon Cuthbert   ...   Joe
Rebecca Norris   ...   Waitress
William B. Davis   ...   Dr. Atkins
Henry Holmes   ...   Chief Surgeon
Fred Henderson   ...   ER Doctor
Sylvain Demers   ...   Attendant
Sue Mathew   ...   Attendant
Beau Heaton   ...   Bo Lemke
Amanda Norris   ...   Lacombe Child
Meagan Norris   ...   Lacombe Child


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