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The Golden Child (12-Dec-1986)

Director: Michael Ritchie

Writer: Dennis Feldman

Music by: Michel Colombier

Producers: Edward S. Feldman; Robert D. Wachs

Keywords: Action/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Dance
10-Oct-1946   Good Morning, Babylon
James Hong
22-Feb-1929   Indeed!
Charlotte Lewis
7-Aug-1967   The Golden Child
Eddie Murphy
3-Apr-1961   Beverly Hills Cop
Frank Welker
16-Feb-1945   Voice actor, Transformers
Victor Wong
31-Jul-1927 12-Sep-2001 Egg Shen


Eddie Murphy   ...   Chandler Jarrell
Charles Dance   ...   Sardo Numspa
Charlotte Lewis   ...   Kee Nang
Victor Wong   ...   The Old Man
Randall "Tex" Cobb   ...   Til
James Hong   ...   Dr. Hong
Shakti   ...   Kala
J. L. Reate   ...   The Golden Child
Tau Logo   ...   Yu
Tiger Chung Lee   ...   Khan
Pons Maar   ...   Fu
Peter Kwong   ...   Tommy Tong
Wally Taylor   ...   Det. Boggs
Eric Douglas   ...   Yellow Dragon
Charles Levin   ...   TV Host
Kenneth "Fruity" Frith, Jr.   ...   Friend at Pink's
Bennett Ohta   ...   Herb Shop Clerk
Kinko Tsubouchi   ...   Old Chinese Woman
Govind Chipalu   ...   Jabbering Old Man
Chantara Nop   ...   Security Man #1
Phok Ok   ...   Security Man #2
Bob Tzudiker   ...   Businessman, Customer
Cliffy Magee   ...   Russell
Jeff Soo Hoo   ...   Waiter
Bindra Joshi   ...   Chicken Lady on Plane
Judy Hudson   ...   Tortoise Lady
Ron Packham   ...   Buttonman
Marilyn Schreffler   ...   Kala (voice)
Frank Welker   ...   The Thing (voice)


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