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Rear Window (22-Nov-1998)

Director: Jeff Bleckner

Writers: Eric Overmyer; Larry Gross

From story by: Cornell Woolrich

Music Composed by: David Shire

Producers: Sheldon Abend; Robert V. Gaulin

Keywords: Thriller, Murder Witness

Made-for-TV movie remake of Rear Window (1954).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Forster
Actor
13-Jul-1941   Jackie Brown
Daryl Hannah
Actor
3-Dec-1960   Splash
Christopher Reeve
Actor
25-Sep-1952 10-Oct-2004 Superman

CAST

Christopher Reeve   ...   Jason Kemp
Daryl Hannah   ...   Claudia Henderson
Ruben Santiago-Hudson   ...   Antonio Fredericks
Anne Twomey   ...   Leila
John Rothman   ...   Porter
Kevin O'Rourke   ...   Mason
Ritchie Coster   ...   Julian Thorpe
Allison Mackie   ...   Ilene Thorpe
Allison Mackie   ...   Ilene's Sister
Ali Marsh   ...   Alison Rothman
David Wohl   ...   Dr. Schneider
and
Robert Forster   ...   Det. Moore
Julie Baker   ...   Luscious Woman
Maggie Kiley   ...   Professional Woman
Peter Giles   ...   Professional Man
Max Chalawsky   ...   Writer
Marc Holzman   ...   Gay Man
David Pittu   ...   Gay Mate
Monique Cintron   ...   Janet
Leigh Zimmerman   ...   Business Woman
Deedee Lynn Magno   ...   Popoff Nurse
Frank Pellegrino   ...   Physical Therapist
Gina Colucci-Bradbury   ...   Rehab Aide
Tracy Deluca   ...   Rehab Aide
Christopher Fontini   ...   Rehab Aide
Herbert Karpatkin   ...   Rehab Aide

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