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Touched (Oct-1983)

Director: John Flynn

Writer: Lyle Kessler

Music Composed and Conducted by: Shirley Walker

Producers: Barclay Lottimer; Dirk Petersmann

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ned Beatty
Actor
6-Jul-1937   Deliverance
Kathleen Beller
Actor
19-Feb-1956   The Bronx Zoo
Robert Hays
Actor
24-Jul-1947   Airplane!

CAST

Robert Hays   ...   Daniel
Starring
Kathleen Beller   ...   Jennifer
Ned Beatty   ...   Herbie
Gilbert Lewis   ...   Ernie
Co-Starring
Mady Kaplan   ...   Arlene
Lyle Kessler   ...   Timothy
Meg Myles   ...   Jennifer's Mother
Farnham Scott   ...   Thomas
E. Brian Dean   ...   Dr. Willoughby
Victoria Boothby   ...   Adele
Linda Barnhurst   ...   Dr. Goodwin
James De Shane   ...   Dr. Phillips
Thomas Dorff   ...   Hospital Bus Driver
Margo Friedman   ...   Nurse #1
Rose Marie Perfect   ...   Nurse #2
Monica Lynn   ...   Nurse #3
Anna Deavere Smith   ...   Switch Board Operator
Dennis C. Ott   ...   Patient
Ron McLarty   ...   George
Kurt Koepke   ...   Attendant
Brian Dean   ...   Broken Faced Man
Donna Daley   ...   Phyllis
Clarence Felder   ...   Ralph
Bobbie Kaye   ...   Pianist
Dottie Kohn   ...   Dave's Wife
Guy S. Muziani   ...   Angry Man
Robert O'Heron   ...   Messenger
Tom Signorelli   ...   Dave
Raynor Scheine   ...   Mitchell
Mickey Shaughnessy   ...   Himself

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