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Inside Out (1-Nov-1986)

Director: Robert Taicher

Writers: Robert Taicher; Kevin Bartelme

Music by: Peter Raben

Producer: Sidney Beckerman

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dana Elcar
10-Oct-1927 6-Jun-2005 Pete Thornton on MacGyver
Kathleen Freeman
17-Feb-1919 23-Aug-2001 Gen. Burkhalter's sister
Elliott Gould
29-Aug-1938   Trapper John in M*A*S*H film
Howard Hesseman
27-Feb-1940   Dr. Johnny Fever on WKRP in Cincinnati
Beah Richards
12-Jul-1920 14-Sep-2000 Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Meshach Taylor
11-Apr-1947 28-Jun-2014 Anthony Bouvier on Designing Women
Jennifer Tilly
16-Sep-1958   Bound, Monsters, Inc.


Elliott Gould   ...   Jimmy Morgan
Howard Hesseman   ...   Jack
Jennifer Tilly   ...   Amy
Beah Richards   ...   Verna
Timothy Scott   ...   Homeless Guy
Sandy McPeak   ...   Lewis Carlson
Dana Elcar   ...   Leo Gross
Robert Miranda   ...   Sal
Meshach Taylor   ...   Freddy
John Bleifer   ...   Hyman
Nicole Nourmand   ...   Heather
Jim Bentley   ...   Eddie
Harry Gelbart   ...   Barber
Read Morgan   ...   Driver
Beverlee Reed   ...   Cocktail Waitress
Jerry Hudson   ...   Chauffeur
Amy Alexander   ...   Tenant
Robert Taicher   ...   Tenant
Barbara Benem   ...   Manicurist
Phil Rubinstein   ...   Marty
Wendy Cutler   ...   Elizabeth
Kathleen Freeman   ...   Mother
Lillian Garrett   ...   Arlene
Steve Suskind   ...   Wizard
Greg Berger   ...   Larry
Margery Nelson   ...   Myrna
John O'Leary   ...   Arthur Harris
Nanette Mirkovich   ...   Monique
Vince Melamed   ...   Celebrity Voices


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