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Paradise (12-Sep-1991)

Director: Mary Agnes Donoghue

Writer: Mary Agnes Donoghue

From novel: Le Grand Chemin by Jean-Loup Hubert

Music by: David Newman

Producers: Scott Kroopf; Patrick Palmer

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thora Birch
Actor
11-Mar-1982   Enid from Ghost World
Melanie Griffith
Actor
9-Aug-1957   Mom from Lolita redux
Don Johnson
Actor
15-Dec-1949   Miami Vice, Nash Bridges
Louise Latham
Actor
23-Sep-1922   Marnie
Sheila McCarthy
Actor
27-Jan-1956   Sarah Cunningham on Little Mosque
Elijah Wood
Actor
28-Jan-1981   Frodo Baggins in Lord of the Rings

CAST

Melanie Griffith   ...   Lily Reed
Don Johnson   ...   Ben Reed
Elijah Wood   ...   Willard Young
Thora Birch   ...   Billie Pike
Sheila McCarthy   ...   Sally Pike
Eve Gordon   ...   Rosemary
Louise Latham   ...   Catherine Reston Lee
Greg Travis   ...   Earl McCoy
Sarah Trigger   ...   Darlene
Richard K. Olsen   ...   Minister
Rick Andosca   ...   Ernest Parkett
Anthony Romano   ...   Popular Boy (Clay)
Timothy Erskine   ...   Darlene's Boyfriend
Chestley Price   ...   Bus Driver
Dave Hager   ...   Bartender
John R. Copeman   ...   Other Fisherman
Jeff Jeffcoat   ...   Eddie (The Attendant)
Scott Hubacek   ...   Greyhound Bus Driver
Melanie van Betten   ...   Marliss
Jason Robert Somrak   ...   Neighborhood Tough
William Thomas Crumby   ...   Lou
Carl McIntyre   ...   Wiilard's Father
Lucy Alpaugh   ...   Old Lady #1
Kay Shroka   ...   Old Lady #2
Eric Vest   ...   DJ

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