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An American Werewolf in Paris (31-Oct-1997)

Director: Anthony Waller

Writers: Tim Burns; Tom Stern; Anthony Waller

Music Composed by: Wilbert Hirsch

Producer: Richard Claus

Keywords: Horror, Werewolf

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Julie Bowen
Actor
3-Mar-1970   Modern Family
Julie Delpy
Actor
21-Dec-1969   Europa Europa
Thierry Lhermitte
Actor
24-Nov-1952   The Dinner Game
Tom Everett Scott
Actor
7-Sep-1970   That Thing You Do!
Vince Vieluf
Actor
10-Nov-1970   Grind
Anthony Waller
Film Director
24-Oct-1959   An American Werewolf in Paris

CAST

Tom Everett Scott   ...   Andy
Julie Delpy   ...   Serafine
Vince Vieluf   ...   Brad
Phil Buckman   ...   Chris
Julie Bowen   ...   Amy
Pierre Cosso   ...   Claude
Tom Novembre   ...   Insp. Leduc
and
Thierry Lhermitte   ...   Dr. Pigot
Maria Machado   ...   Chief Bonnet
Ben Salem Bouabdallah   ...   Det. Ben Bou
Serge Basso   ...   Officer with Flashlight
Charles Maquignon   ...   Bouncer
Jochen Schneider   ...   First Lycanthrope
Alan McKenna   ...   Second Lycanthrope
Herve Sogne   ...   Third Lycanthrope
Edgar Kohn   ...   Fourth Lycanthrope
Jean-Claude Deret   ...   Prof. Martin
Isabelle Constantini   ...   Serafine's Mother
Davis Freeman   ...   Nightclub Visitor
Christian Magnani   ...   Bruno
Chris Bearne   ...   Surgeon
Pierre Bodry   ...   Waiter on Train
Pieter Riemens   ...   Waiter in Restaurant
Emile Cappachione   ...   Bodybuilder
Serge Hugel   ...   French Car Driver
John Waller   ...   British Car Driver
Anthony Waller   ...   Metro Driver

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