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California Dreaming (Apr-1979)

Director: John D. Hancock

Writer: Ned Wynn

Music Score by: Fred Karlin

Producer: Christian Whittaker

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bonnie Bartlett
Actor
20-Jun-1929   Ellen Craig on St. Elsewhere
Seymour Cassel
Actor
22-Jan-1935   Faces
Dennis Christopher
Actor
2-Dec-1955   It
Glynnis O'Connor
Actor
19-Nov-1956   Ode to Billy Joe
Tanya Roberts
Actor
15-Oct-1955   Bond Girl, Beastmaster, That 70s Show
Todd Susman
Actor
17-Jan-1947   Officer Shifflett on Newhart

CAST

Glynnis O'Connor   ...   Corky
Seymour Cassel   ...   Duke Slusarski
Dorothy Tristan   ...   Fay
Dennis Christopher   ...   T. T.
John Calvin   ...   Rick
Todd Susman   ...   Jordy Banks
Tanya Roberts   ...   Stephanie
Alice Playten   ...   Corrine
Ned Wynn   ...   Earl Fescue
Jimmy Van Patten   ...   Mike
Stacey Nelkin   ...   Marsha
John Fain   ...   Tenner
Tom McFadden   ...   Dan
Tom Rosqui   ...   George Booke
Marshall Efron   ...   Ruben
Barton Heyman   ...   Jerry
Kirsten Baker   ...   Karen
Shannon Terhune   ...   Missy
Vivian Bonnell   ...   Alma
James Staley   ...   Airline Officer
Bonnie Bartlett   ...   Melinda Booke
Carole O'Leary   ...   Lynn Neighbors
Ernie Misko   ...   Geezer
Buddy Kling   ...   Newsman
Rene Lea   ...   Bunny
Becky Nelson   ...   Bunny #2
Cheri Capps   ...   Bunny #3
Walt Schlim   ...   Theatre Patron
Charles M. Graffeo   ...   Bartender

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