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Dead Beat (1-Aug-1994)

Director: Adam Dubov

Writers: Janice Shapiro; Adam Dubov

Original Score Composed by: Anton Sanko

Producers: George Moffly; Christopher Lambert

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alex Cox
Film Director
15-Dec-1954   Repo Man
Balthazar Getty
Actor
22-Jan-1975   Lord of the Flies
Sara Gilbert
Actor
29-Jan-1975   Darlene on Roseanne
Debbie Harry
Singer
1-Jul-1945   Blondie
Max Perlich
Actor
28-Mar-1968   Brodie on Homicide
Meredith Salenger
Actor
14-Mar-1970   The Journey of Natty Gann
Natasha Gregson Wagner
Actor
29-Sep-1970   First Love, Last Rites

CAST

Bruce Ramsay   ...   Kit
Balthazar Getty   ...   Rudy
Natasha Gregson Wagner   ...   Kirsten
Meredith Salenger   ...   Donna
Debbie Harry   ...   Mrs. Kurtz
and
Sara Gilbert   ...   Martha
Max Perlich   ...   Jimmy
Caleb Smith   ...   Drunken Teenager
Casey Dixon   ...   Heidi
Wendy Gastellum   ...   Cindy
Vatsana Bilavarn   ...   Ruth
Alida Gunn   ...   Tammy
Jerome Zelle   ...   Danny Kurtz
Barbara Glover   ...   Aquatic Director
Rick Dubov   ...   Liquor Store Clerk
Danielle Weeks   ...   Girl at School
Alex Cox   ...   English Teacher
Tahitia Hicks   ...   Cute Teen Girl
Robert Guajardo   ...   Detective Cop
Mark De Michele   ...   Sharp Character
Maurice Lazarus   ...   Mr. Brown
Kristen Curry   ...   Waitress
George Gray III   ...   Cop Outside Station
George Moffly   ...   Reporter #1
Lydia Leon   ...   Reporter #2
Ed Pansullo   ...   Booking Cop

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