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No Way Home (Sep-1996)

Director: Buddy Giovinazzo

Writer: Buddy Giovinazzo

Composer: Rick Giovinazzo

Producers: Lisa Bruce; Robert Nickson

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carmine Giovinazzo
24-Aug-1973   Det. Danny Messer on CSI: NY
Shawn Hatosy
29-Dec-1975   Nobel Son
Larry Romano
31-Jul-1963   Richie on The King of Queens
Tim Roth
14-May-1961   Pulp Fiction
James Russo
23-Apr-1953   The Box
Deborah Kara Unger
12-May-1963   Bangkok Hilton


Tim Roth   ...   Joey
James Russo   ...   Tommy
Deborah Kara Unger   ...   Lorraine
Joseph Ragno   ...   Ralphie
Catherine Kellner   ...   Denise
Saul Stein   ...   Brick
Bernadette Penotti   ...   Ronnie
Gareth Williams   ...   Ken Tierno
Jerry Dean   ...   Jackie
Larry Romano   ...   Carter
Mike Grief   ...   Gastank
Brian Burke   ...   Jason
James Starace   ...   Jeremy
James Shue   ...   Louie
Heather Gottlieb   ...   Candy
Geraldine Abbate   ...   Artie's Wife
Bart Darby   ...   Artie
Jerome LePage   ...   Hamstring
Huckleberry Fox   ...   Danny
Jose Soto   ...   Nume
David S. Howard   ...   Mr. Davis
Victor Steinbach   ...   Mr. Winograd
Shawn Hatosy   ...   Sean
Frank John Hughes   ...   Bobby
Edward S. Dougherty   ...   Bartender
Carmine Giovinazzo   ...   Frankie Hamm
James Saxenmeyer   ...   Police Officer James
Peter Corby   ...   TV Shopowner
Ron Ryan   ...   Det. Walters
Cheryl Clifford   ...   Mother on Bus
Krista Bonura   ...   Little Girl on Bus
Nikki Krieger   ...   Bar Maid


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