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Butterfly (Feb-1982)

Director: Matt Cimber

Writers: John Goff; Matt Cimber

From novel: The Butterfly by James M. Cain

Music by: Ennio Morricone

Producer: Matt Cimber

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward Albert
Actor
20-Feb-1951 22-Sep-2006 Butterflies Are Free
James Franciscus
Actor
31-Jan-1934 8-Jul-1991 Mr. Novak
Stacy Keach
Actor
2-Jun-1941   Mike Hammer, also voice narrator
June Lockhart
Actor
25-Jun-1925   Mom on Lassie, Lost in Space
Ed McMahon
Talk Show Host
6-Mar-1923 23-Jun-2009 The Tonight Show
Lois Nettleton
Actor
6-Aug-1929 18-Jan-2008 Butterfly
Orson Welles
Actor
6-May-1915 10-Oct-1985 Citizen Kane
Stuart Whitman
Actor
1-Feb-1926   Cimarron Strip
Pia Zadora
Singer
4-May-1953   The Clapping Song

CAST

Stacy Keach   ...   Jess Tyler
Lois Nettleton   ...   Belle Morgan
Edward Albert   ...   Wash Gillespie
Stuart Whitman   ...   Rev. Rivers
Ed McMahon   ...   Mr. Gillespie
June Lockhart   ...   Mrs. Gillespie
James Franciscus   ...   Moke Blue
Introducing
Pia Zadora   ...   Kady
and
Orson Welles   ...   Judge Rauch
Paul Hampton   ...   Norton
Buck Flower   ...   Ed Lamey
Ann Dane   ...   Janey
Greg Gault   ...   Bridger
John O'Conner White   ...   Billy Roy
Peter Jason   ...   Allen
Kim Ptak   ...   Deputy
Leigh Christian   ...   Saleslady
Dr. Abraham Rudnick   ...   Court Stenographer
John Goff   ...   Truck Driver
Dylan Urquidi   ...   Danny

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