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Mad Dog and Glory (5-Mar-1993)

Director: John McNaughton

Writer: Richard Price

Music by: Elmer Bernstein

Producers: Barbara DeFina; Martin Scorsese

Keywords: Dark Comedy

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kathy Baker
8-Jun-1950   Picket Fences
Richard Belzer
4-Aug-1944   Munch on Homicide, Law & Order: SVU
David Caruso
17-Jan-1956   Lt. Horatio Caine on CSI: Miami
Robert De Niro
17-Aug-1943   The Godfather: Part II
Bill Murray
21-Sep-1950   Meatballs, SNL alumnus
Mike Starr
29-Jul-1950   Goodfellas
Uma Thurman
29-Apr-1970   Kill Bill: Vol. 1


Robert De Niro   ...   Wayne
Uma Thurman   ...   Glory
Bill Murray   ...   Frank
David Caruso   ...   Mike
Mike Starr   ...   Harold
Tom Towles   ...   Andrew
Kathy Baker   ...   Lee
Derek Anunciation   ...   Shooter
Doug Hara   ...   Driver
Evan Lionel   ...   Dealer in Car
Anthony Cannata   ...   Pavletz
J. J. Johnston   ...   Shanlon
Guy Van Swearingen   ...   Cop
Jack Wallace   ...   Tommy
Richard Belzer   ...   M.C. / Comic
Clem Caserta   ...   Guy at Table
Fred Squillo   ...   Frank's Gang
Chuck Parello   ...   Frank's Gang
Tony Fitzpatrick   ...   Detective at Crime Scene
Eric Young   ...   Detective at Crime Scene
Bruce Jarchow   ...   Detective at Crime Scene
Bob Rice   ...   Uniform Cop
William King   ...   Dealer in the Park
Kevin Hurley   ...   Dealer in the Park
Richard Price   ...   Detective in Restaurant
John J. Polce   ...   Dispatcher
Dick Sollenberger   ...   Saul
Paula Killen   ...   Irene
Eddie "Bo" Smith   ...   Big John


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