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Throw Momma from the Train (11-Dec-1987)

Director: Danny DeVito

Writer: Stu Silver

Music by: David Newman

Producer: Larry Brezner

Keywords: Crime/Comedy, Dark Comedy, Train

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Billy Crystal
14-Mar-1947   When Harry Met Sally
Danny DeVito
17-Nov-1944   Short loudmouth from Taxi
Branford Marsalis
Jazz Musician
26-Aug-1960   Saxophonist
Kate Mulgrew
29-Apr-1955   Star Trek: Voyager
Anne Ramsey
1-Sep-1929 11-Aug-1988 Throw Momma from the Train
Rob Reiner
6-Mar-1947   Meathead
Oprah Winfrey
Talk Show Host
29-Jan-1954   The Oprah Winfrey Show


Danny DeVito   ...   Owen
Billy Crystal   ...   Larry
Kim Greist   ...   Beth
Anne Ramsey   ...   Momma
Kate Mulgrew   ...   Margaret
Annie Ross   ...   Mrs. Hazeltine
Raye Birk   ...   Pinsky
Bruce Kirby   ...   Det. DeBenedetto
Olivia Brown   ...   Ms. Gladstone
Branford Marsalis   ...   Lester
Special Appearances by
Rob Reiner   ...   Joel
Oprah Winfrey   ...   Herself
Joey DePinto   ...   Sergeant
Philip Perlman   ...   Mr. Perlman
Stu Silver   ...   Ramon
J. Alan Thomas   ...   Millington
Randall Miller   ...   Bucky
Andre "Rosey" Brown   ...   Rosey
Tony Ciccone   ...   Mr. Lopez
William Ray Watson   ...   Steward
Larry McCormick   ...   Announcer
Peter Brocco   ...   Old Man
Hettie Lynne Hurtes   ...   Reporter
Karen J. Westerfield   ...   Laughing Woman
Stanley L. Gonsales   ...   Cab Driver
Fred Gephart   ...   Priest
Don Burns   ...   Radio DJ
Jazz Band
Billy Childs   ...   Band Member
Ralph Penland   ...   Band Member
Tony Dumas   ...   Band Member
Ne Kaholokula   ...   Hawaiian Band of Musicians & Dancers


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