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On the Line (8-Nov-1984)

Director: José Luis Borau

Writers: Jose Luis Borau; Barbara Probst Solomon

Music by: Joel Goldsmith

Producers: Steve Kovács; José Luis Borau

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Victoria Abril
Actor
4-Jul-1959   Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!
Michael Bowen
Actor
21-Jun-1953   The Last House on the Left
David Carradine
Actor
8-Dec-1936 3-Jun-2009 Grasshopper
Sam Jaffe
Actor
10-Mar-1891 24-Mar-1984 Gunga Din
Mitch Pileggi
Actor
5-Apr-1952   Walter Skinner on The X-Files
Scott Wilson
Actor
29-Mar-1942   The Ninth Configuration

CAST

David Carradine   ...   Bryant
Scott Wilson   ...   Mitch
Victoria Abril   ...   Engracia
Jeff Delger   ...   Chuck
Paul Richardson   ...   Jonathan
also starring
Jesse Vint   ...   Chief Owens
Sam Jaffe   ...   El Gabacho
David Estuardo   ...   Pimp
Mitch Pileggi   ...   Stephens
Christopher Saylors   ...   Rooney
Susana Zepeda   ...   Adela
Stacy Sanchez   ...   Rita
Ben Jones   ...   Texan Lawyer
Celso Martinez   ...   Mexican Lawyer
Carlos Cantu   ...   Mexican Consul
Roberto Arredondo   ...   Smuggler
Richard Rutowski   ...   Duty Officer
Michael Bowen   ...   Customs Officer
Steven Polinsky   ...   Law Professor
Walter Anderson   ...   Academy Director
Ronald Gottesman   ...   Rev. Snyder
Annette Barath   ...   Mrs. Snyder
Aletha Emerick   ...   Jonathan's Sister
Anneliese Goldman   ...   Woman in Red
Juan Carlos Cantu   ...   Bartender
Russ Cox, Jr.   ...   Naked Client

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