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Addicted to Love (23-May-1997)

Director: Griffin Dunne

Writer: Robert Gordon

Music Composed and Orchestrated by: Rachel Portman

Producers: Jeffrey Silver; Bobby Newmyer

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Matthew Broderick
21-Mar-1962   Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Dominick Dunne
29-Oct-1925 26-Aug-2009 High society novelist, true crime writer
Daniel Dae Kim
4-Aug-1968   Jin Kwon on Lost
Kelly Preston
13-Oct-1962   What a Girl Wants
Meg Ryan
19-Nov-1961   Sleepless In Seattle
Maureen Stapleton
21-Jun-1925 13-Mar-2006 Won an Oscar for playing Emma Goldman
Lee Wilkof
25-Jun-1951   Broadway actor


Meg Ryan   ...   Maggie
Matthew Broderick   ...   Sam
Kelly Preston   ...   Linda
Tcheky Karyo   ...   Anton
Maureen Stapleton   ...   Nana
Nesbitt Blaisdell   ...   Ed Green
Remak Ramsay   ...   Prof. Wells
Lee Wilkof   ...   Carl
Dominick Dunne   ...   Matheson
Susan Forristal   ...   Cecile
Larry Pine   ...   Street Comic
Debbon Ayer   ...   Gwen
Maurizio Benazzo   ...   Euro-Chic Man
Paolo Calamari   ...   French Bartender
Helmar Augustus Cooper   ...   Bus Driver
Tom Forrest   ...   Astronomer
Shoshanna Gleich   ...   School Teacher
Jacqueline Heinze   ...   Bald Girl
Mike Hodge   ...   Linda's Doorman
Daniel Dae Kim   ...   Undergrad Assistant
Bill Kux   ...   Desk Clerk
Steve McAuliff   ...   Business Man
Conrad McLaren   ...   Motorcycle Man
Bill Timoney   ...   Restaurant Patron


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