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Diamonds (6-Sep-1999)

Director: John Asher

Writer: Allan Aaron Katz

Music by: Joel Goldsmith

Producer: Patricia T. Green

Keywords: Drama, Treasure Hunt

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Corbin Allred
Actor
25-May-1979   Saints and Soldiers
Dan Aykroyd
Actor
1-Jul-1952   Saturday Night Live, Dr. Detroit
Lauren Bacall
Actor
16-Sep-1924   Key Largo
Val Bisoglio
Actor
7-May-1926   Danny Tovo on Quincy
Joyce Bulifant
Actor
16-Dec-1937   Match Game panelist
Kirk Douglas
Actor
9-Dec-1916   Spartacus
Kurt Fuller
Actor
16-Sep-1953   Joel on Better with You
John Landis
Film Director
3-Aug-1950   An American Werewolf in London
Jenny McCarthy
Model
1-Nov-1972   Early-nineties Playboy model, Singled Out
Lee Tergesen
Actor
8-Jul-1965   Beecher in Oz

CAST

Kirk Douglas   ...   Harry
Dan Aykroyd   ...   Lance
Corbin Allred   ...   Michael
Kurt Fuller   ...   Moses
Jenny McCarthy   ...   Sugar
Mariah O'Brien   ...   Tiffany
Lauren Bacall   ...   Sin-Dee
June Chadwick   ...   Roseanne
Lee Tergesen   ...   Border Guard
Val Bisoglio   ...   Tarzan
Allan Aaron Katz   ...   Mugger
Roy Conrad   ...   Pit Boss
John Landis   ...   Gambler
Joyce Bulifant   ...   June (Waitress)
Liz Gandara   ...   Roxanne
Rebecca Thorpe   ...   Glory
Pamela Coleman   ...   Penelope
Kamla Greer   ...   Kim
Jacqueline Collen   ...   Ellie
Karen Mal   ...   Bev

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