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Bushwhacked (4-Aug-1995)

Director: Greg Beeman

Writers: John Jordan; Danny Byers; Tommy Swerdlow; Michael Goldberg

Music Composed by: Bill Conti

Producers: Charles B. Wessler; Paul Schiff

Keywords: Comedy, Unjustly Accused

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Anthony Heald
Actor
25-Aug-1944   Scott Guber on Boston Public
Kenny Johnson
Actor
13-Jul-1963   Det. Lemansky on The Shield
Jon Polito
Actor
29-Dec-1950   Johnny Caspar in Miller's Crossing
Daniel Stern
Actor
28-Aug-1957   City Slickers
Natalie West
Actor
23-Jan-1956   Crystal Anderson-Conner on Roseanne

CAST

Daniel Stern   ...   Max Grabelski
Jon Polito   ...   Agent Palmer
Brad Sullivan   ...   Jack Erickson
Ann Dowd   ...   Mrs. Patterson
Anthony Heald   ...   Bragdon
Tom Wood   ...   Agent McMurrey
Blake Bashoff   ...   Gordy
Corey Carrier   ...   Ralph
Michael Galeota   ...   Dana
Max Goldblatt   ...   Barnhill
Ari Greenberg   ...   Fishman
Janna Michaels   ...   Kelsey Jordan
Natalie West   ...   Mrs. Fishman
Michael P. Byrne   ...   Mr. Fishman
Michael O'Neill   ...   Jon Jordan
Jane Morris   ...   Beth Jordan
Christopher Curry   ...   Trooper
Kenny Johnson   ...   State Patrolman
Robert Donley   ...   Proprietor
Sue Kwon   ...   TV Newscaster
Reed Clark Means   ...   Kid
Harley Kelsey   ...   Forest Ranger
Cesarina Vaughn   ...   Business Woman
Cory Buck   ...   Tricycle Kid
Theodor Scott Owens   ...   Business Man

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