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Fear (Nov-1988)

Director: Robert A. Ferretti

Writers: Kathryn Connell; Robert A. Ferretti; Rick Scarry

Music by: Alfi Kabiljo

Producer: Lisa M. Hansen

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward Bunker
Author
31-Dec-1933 19-Jul-2005 Animal Factory
Cliff De Young
Singer
12-Feb-1946   Former lead singer, Clear Light
Kay Lenz
Actor
4-Mar-1953   Reasonable Doubts
Scott Schwartz
Actor
12-May-1968   The Toy
Frank Stallone
Actor
30-Jul-1950   Staying Alive

CAST

Cliff De Young   ...   Don Haden
Kay Lenz   ...   Sharon Haden
Robert Factor   ...   Jack Gracie
Scott Schwartz   ...   Brian Haden
Geri Betzler   ...   Jennifer Haden
and
Frank Stallone   ...   Armitage
Also Starring
Charles Meshack   ...   Cyril Ganelle
Michael Watson   ...   Mitch Barnett
Mindy Seeger   ...   Young Mother
Bart Burns   ...   Link Reilley
Brendan Burns   ...   Merle Johnson
Edward Bunker   ...   Lenny
Michael B. Christy   ...   Officer Jones
Rick Scarry   ...   Deputy Bates
Lisa M. Hansen   ...   Belinda
Robert Pelham   ...   Ralph
James Helppi   ...   Casper
Dennis Junt   ...   Guard #1
John Marzilli   ...   Eddie the Mole
Peter Mark Vasquez   ...   Manny
Bill Conforte   ...   Slim
Dick Monda   ...   Frankie 3 Fingers
Ernie Gritzewsky   ...   Tino
Alan Berger   ...   Sierra Club Man
Jan Rowton   ...   Sierra Club Woman
Jessica Ferretti   ...   Elisa

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