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Roxanne (19-Jun-1987)

Director: Fred Schepisi

Writer: Steve Martin

From a play: Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand

Original Music by: Bruce Smeaton

Producers: Michael Rachmil; Daniel Melnick

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Firefighters

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Shelley Duvall
Actor
7-Jul-1949   The Shining
Brian George
Actor
13-Jul-1952   Character and voice actor
Daryl Hannah
Actor
3-Dec-1960   Splash
John Kapelos
Actor
8-Mar-1956   Det. Schanke on Forever Knight
Steve Martin
Comic
14-Aug-1945   The Jerk
Kevin Nealon
Comic
18-Nov-1953   Saturday Night Live
Michael J. Pollard
Actor
30-May-1939   Bonnie and Clyde
Rick Rossovich
Actor
28-Aug-1957   Navy Seals
Damon Wayans
Comic
4-Sep-1960   My Wife and Kids
Fred Willard
Actor
18-Sep-1933   Fernwood 2night

CAST

Steve Martin   ...   C. D. Bales
Daryl Hannah   ...   Roxanne
starring
Shelley Duvall   ...   Dixie
Rick Rossovich   ...   Chris
Fred Willard   ...   Mayor Deebs
Michael J. Pollard   ...   Andy
John Kapelos   ...   Chuck
Max Alexander   ...   Dean
Damon Wayans   ...   Jerry
Steve Mittleman   ...   Ralston
Matt Lattanzi   ...   Trent
Shandra Beri   ...   Sandy
Blanche Rubin   ...   Sophie
Jane Campbell   ...   Dottie
Jean Sincere   ...   Nina
Claire Caplan   ...   Lydia
Thom Curley   ...   Jim
Ritch Shydner   ...   Drunk #1
Kevin Nealon   ...   Drunk #2
Brian George   ...   Cosmetic Surgeon
Maureen Murphy   ...   Cosmetics Clerk
Jeffrey Joseph   ...   Stationery Clerk
Make Glavas   ...   Peter Quinn
Merrilyn Gann   ...   Mrs. Quinn
Bernadette Sabath   ...   Berni
Caroline Barclay   ...   Girl in Street
Heidi Sorenson   ...   Trudy

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