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Body Heat (28-Aug-1981)

Director: Lawrence Kasdan

Writer: Lawrence Kasdan

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Barry

Producer: Fred T. Gallo

Keywords: Erotic Thriller, Explosions

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Crenna
30-Nov-1927 18-Jan-2003 Our Miss Brooks
Ted Danson
29-Dec-1947   Bartender on Cheers
William Hurt
20-Mar-1950   Altered States, Broadcast News
J. A. Preston
?   Allen Brooks on All's Fair
Mickey Rourke
16-Sep-1952   The Wrestler
Kathleen Turner
19-Jun-1954   Romancing the Stone
Kim Zimmer
2-Feb-1955   Reva Shayne on The Guiding Light


William Hurt   ...   Ned Racine
Kathleen Turner   ...   Matty Walker
Richard Crenna   ...   Edmund Walker
Ted Danson   ...   Peter Lowenstein
J. A. Preston   ...   Oscar Grace
Mickey Rourke   ...   Teddy Lewis
Kim Zimmer   ...   Mary Ann
Jane Hallaren   ...   Stella
Lanna Saunders   ...   Roz Kraft
Carola McGuinness   ...   Heather Kraft
Michael Ryan   ...   Miles Hardin
Larry Marko   ...   Judge Costanza
Deborah Lucchesi   ...   Beverly
Lynn Hallowell   ...   Angela
Thom J. Sharp   ...   Michael Glenn
Ruth Thom   ...   Mrs. Singer
Diane Lewis   ...   Glenda
Robert Traynor   ...   Prison Trustee
Meg Kasdan   ...   Nurse
Ruth P. Strahan   ...   Betty the Housekeeper
Filomena Triscari   ...   Hostess at Tulio's
Bruce A. Lee   ...   Man on Beach
Ramiro Velasco   ...   Cuban Trio
Tomas Choy   ...   Cuban Trio
Servio T. Moreno   ...   Cuban Trio


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