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The Indian in the Cupboard (14-Jul-1995)

Director: Frank Oz

Writer: Melissa Mathison

From juvenile novel: The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks

Music Composed by: Randy Edelman

Producers: Kathleen Kennedy; Frank Marshall; Jane Startz

Keywords: Juvenile/Fantasy, Toys Come Alive

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Coogan
14-Oct-1965   I'm Alan Partridge
Lindsay Crouse
12-May-1948   House of Games
Richard Jenkins
2-Dec-1953   Six Feet Under
Vincent Kartheiser
5-May-1979   Pete Campbell on Mad Men
David Keith
8-May-1954   Firestarter
Hal Scardino
25-Dec-1984   The Indian in the Cupboard
Nestor Serrano
5-Nov-1955   Capt. Bruno Dante on Witchblade
Frank Welker
16-Feb-1945   Voice actor, Transformers


Hal Scardino   ...   Omri
Litefoot   ...   Little Bear
Lindsay Crouse   ...   Jane
Richard Jenkins   ...   Victor
Rishi Bhat   ...   Patrick
Steve Coogan   ...   Tommy
David Keith   ...   Boone
Sakina Jaffrey   ...   Lucy
Vincent Kartheiser   ...   Gillon
Nestor Serrano   ...   Teacher
Ryan Olson   ...   Adiel
Leon Tejwani   ...   Baby Martin
Lucas Tejwani   ...   Baby Martin
Christopher Conte   ...   Purple Mohawk
Cassandra Brown   ...   Emily
Christopher Moritz   ...   Sam
Beni Malkin   ...   Ramon
Juliet Berman   ...   Tina
Stephen Morales   ...   Kiron
George Randall   ...   Indian Chief
Gia Galeano   ...   Yard Teacher
Kevin Malaro   ...   School Kid
Tom Bewley   ...   "Darth Vader"
Keii Johnston   ...   "G. I. Joe"
J. R. Horsting   ...   "Robocop"
Michael Papajohn   ...   "Cardassian"
Eric Stabenau   ...   "Ferengi"


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