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Possums (13-Jun-1998)

Director: J. Max Burnett

Writer: J. Max Burnett

Music Composed by: Justin Caine Burnett

Producer: Leanna Creel

Keywords: Sports Drama, Football

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mac Davis
21-Jan-1942   Rock/Country Singer/Songwriter
Andrew Prine
14-Feb-1936   Gettysburg
Clive Revill
18-Apr-1930   Avanti!
Barry Switzer
5-Oct-1937   Dallas Cowboys Head Coach, 1994-97
Jay Underwood
1-Oct-1968   The Boy Who Could Fly


Mac Davis   ...   Will Clark
Dennis Burkley   ...   Orville Moss
Natalie Canerday   ...   Bernice
Gregory Coolidge   ...   Jake Malloy
Jerry Haynes   ...   Bob
Monica Lacy   ...   Sarah Jacobs
Andrew Prine   ...   Charlie Lawton
Clive Revill   ...   London
Cynthia Sikes   ...   Elizabeth Clark
Jay Underwood   ...   John Clark
Cory Lloyd   ...   Young Will
David Hunt Stafford   ...   Coach Tully
Ian Bennett   ...   Paul Rowlett
Zac Sherman   ...   Mark Bond
Kyle Moody   ...   Kevin Burns
Darryl Cox   ...   Referee
Barry Switzer   ...   Prattville Coach
Nathan Brooks Burgess   ...   Calvin
Oskie Switzer   ...   Max the Dog
Peter Burns   ...   Maxie Mart Guy 1
Bob Roath   ...   Maxie Mart Guy 2
Missy Atwood   ...   Cheerleader
Dan Dickerson, Jr.   ...   Ron Foreman
Rodney Lay   ...   Earl
Mona Lee   ...   Teacher
J. W. Johnson   ...   Katie Malloy
K. R. Murnan   ...   Phil
Jay Michael Ferguson   ...   Bartlesville Football Player
Bob Barry   ...   TV Announcer #2
Linda Cavanaugh   ...   TV Announcer #1
Gena Shoemake   ...   Violin Girl
Dustin K. Killian   ...   Prattville Football Player


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