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Walter and Henry (10-Jun-2001)

Director: Daniel Petrie

Writer: Geoffrey Sharp

Music by: Christopher Dedrick

Producer: Chiz Schultz

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Cera
Actor
7-Jun-1988   George-Michael Bluth on Arrested Development
James Coburn
Actor
31-Aug-1928 18-Nov-2002 Our Man Flint
Dorian Harewood
Actor
6-Aug-1950   Full Metal Jacket
John Larroquette
Actor
25-Nov-1947   Night Court
Kate Nelligan
Actor
16-Mar-1950   Frankie and Johnny

CAST

John Larroquette   ...   Walter
Kate Nelligan   ...   Elizabeth
Nicholas Braun   ...   Henry
Dorian Harewood   ...   Pete Horton
Fiona Reid   ...   Dr. Goodfine
Robert Bockstael   ...   Dr. Rothstein
and
James Coburn   ...   Charlie
Brittany Allen   ...   June
Ingrid Veninger   ...   Intern Doctor
Terrence Bryant   ...   City Services Man
Shari Hollett   ...   City Services Woman
Damon D'Oliveira   ...   Supervisor
Jim McAleese   ...   Supervisor
Michael Cera   ...   Crying Kid
Marnie McPhail   ...   Mrs. Myles
Noam Kroll   ...   Tommy
Noam Jenkins   ...   Museum Guard
Brian Heighton   ...   Theatre Manager
Brian Miranda   ...   Music Room Boy
John Liddle   ...   Gas Jockey
Dave Sparrow   ...   Cop
Jim Codrington   ...   Cop
Kathryn Haggis   ...   Nurse
Guy Sanvido   ...   Movie Patron
Peter Snider   ...   Man
Gavin Powell   ...   Rasheed
Maria Grosz   ...   Shushing Lady
Paulette Sinclair   ...   Librarian
Blair Johannes   ...   Orderly
Todd W. Schroeder   ...   Orderly

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