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A Sound of Thunder (15-May-2005)

Director: Peter Hyams

Writers: Thomas Dean Donnelly; Joshua Oppenheimer; Gregory Poirier

From short story by: Ray Bradbury

Music by: Nick Glennie-Smith

Producers: Moshe Diamont; Howard Baldwin; Karen Baldwin

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Time Travel

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward Burns
Actor
29-Jan-1968   Saving Private Ryan
Ben Kingsley
Actor
31-Dec-1943   Gandhi
Heike Makatsch
Actor
13-Aug-1971   Love Actually
Catherine McCormack
Actor
1-Jan-1972   A Sound of Thunder

CAST

Edward Burns   ...   Travis Ryer
Catherine McCormack   ...   Sonia Rand
and
Ben Kingsley   ...   Charles Hatton
William Armstrong   ...   Ted Eckles
Jemima Rooper   ...   Jenny Krase
David Oyelowo   ...   Payne
Corey Johnson   ...   Christian Middleton
Armin Rhode   ...   John Wallenbeck
Heike Makatsch   ...   Alicia Wallenbeck
Wilfried Hochholdinger   ...   Dr. Lucas
August Zirner   ...   Clay Derris
Alvin Van Der Kuech   ...   Young Technician
Andrew Blanchard   ...   George the Doorman
Nikita Le Spinasse   ...   Newswoman on TV
Scott Bellefeuille   ...   Onlooker
Stuart Ong   ...   Chinese Man I
Chou Ho Hon   ...   Chinese Man II
Antonin Hausknecht   ...   Taxi Driver
Anezka Novakova   ...   Elderly Woman
John Hyams   ...   Delivery Man
Martin Svetlik   ...   Grocery Boy
John Comer   ...   Grocery Man
Kurt Van Der Basch   ...   Armed Policeman
Vladimír Kulhavý   ...   Man at Eckles'
Jiri Klenot   ...   Man at Middleton's

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