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Touchback (2011)

Director: Don Handfield

Writer: Don Handfield

Music Composed and Conducted by: William Ross

Producers: Brian Presley; Kevin Matusow; Carissa Buffel

Keywords: Sports Drama, Football

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Marc Blucas
Actor
11-Jan-1972   Riley Finn on Buffy
James Duval
Actor
10-Sep-1972   Go
Christine Lahti
Actor
4-Apr-1950   Dr. Kate Austin on Chicago Hope
Melanie Lynskey
Actor
16-May-1977   Heavenly Creatures
Kurt Russell
Actor
17-Mar-1951   Call him Snake
Barry Sanders
Football
16-Jul-1968   Detroit Lions running back

CAST

Brian Presley   ...   Murphy
Melanie Lynskey   ...   Macy
Marc Blucas   ...   Hall
with
Kurt Russell   ...   Coach Hand
Christine Lahti   ...   Thelma
Sarah Wright   ...   Jenny
Sianoa Smit-McPhee   ...   Sasha
Drew Powell   ...   Pearson
Kevin Covais   ...   Todd
Steve Turner   ...   Gig
James Duval   ...   Rodriguez
Jacquelyn M. Evola   ...   Krista
Ella Anderson   ...   Jamie
Bryan Price   ...   Norman
Austin Ross   ...   Moss
Kristoffer Winters   ...   Phil Pepper
Barney Burman   ...   Barney
Rocky Rector, Jr.   ...   Red Robinson
Toby Murray   ...   Freshman Kid
Alicia Anne Clark   ...   Pretty Girl
Scott Klace   ...   Spangler
Scott Gajos   ...   Willard
Duke Stroud   ...   Duke the Foreman
Mark Ellis   ...   Cuyahoga Head Coach
Barry Sanders   ...   Cuyahoga Assistant Coach
Bill Simonson   ...   Football Announcer

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