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Little Darlings (14-Aug-1980)

Director: Ronald F. Maxwell

Writers: Kimi Peck; Dalene Young

Music Composed and Conducted by: Charles Fox

Producer: Stephen J. Friedman

Keywords: Comedy, Summer Camp, Coming of Age

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Armand Assante
Actor
4-Oct-1949   Judge Dredd
Matt Dillon
Actor
18-Feb-1964   Drugstore Cowboy
Kristy McNichol
Actor
11-Sep-1962   1970s girl teen idol
Cynthia Nixon
Actor
9-Apr-1966   Miranda Hobbes on Sex and the City
Tatum O'Neal
Actor
5-Nov-1963   Paper Moon

CAST

Tatum O'Neal   ...   Ferris
Kristy McNichol   ...   Angel
Armand Assante   ...   Gary
Co-Starring
Matt Dillon   ...   Randy
Krista Errickson   ...   Cinder
Alexa Kenin   ...   Dana
Maggie Blye   ...   Ms. Bright
Mary Betten   ...   Miss Nichols
Nicolas Coster   ...   Mr. Whitney
Abby Bluestone   ...   Chubby
Troas Hayes   ...   Diane
Cynthia Nixon   ...   Sunshine
Simone Schachter   ...   Carrots
Jenn Thompson   ...   Penelope
Featuring
Marianne Gordon   ...   Mrs. Whitney
Paige Conner   ...   Girl in T-Shirt
Edith Ivey   ...   Sophisticated Mother
J. Don Ferguson   ...   Husband
Olivia Maxwell   ...   Little Camper
Laura Whyte   ...   Dana's Mother
Suzanne Hlavacek   ...   Penelope's Mother
Scott MacLellan   ...   Mr. Walker
Martha Wollbrinck   ...   Mrs. Walker
Bill Gribble   ...   Mr. Lido (Bus Driver)
Cathy Larson   ...   Girl
Jonathan Maxwell   ...   Visiting Brother

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