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Cold Front (29-Sep-1989)

Director: Allan A. Goldstein (as "Paul Bnarbic")

Writers: Sean Allan; Stefan Arngrim

Music by: Braun Farnon; Craig Zurba

Producers: Ed Richardson; Sean Allan

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kim Coates
1959   Alex Trager on Sons of Anarchy
Beverly D'Angelo
15-Nov-1951   National Lampoon's Vacation
Katharine Isabelle
10-Mar-1982   Ginger Snaps
Blu Mankuma
5-Jul-1948   Capt. Joe Reese on Forever Knight
Michael Ontkean
24-Jan-1946   Sheriff Harry S. Truman, Twin Peaks
Martin Sheen
3-Aug-1940   The West Wing


Martin Sheen   ...   John Hyde
Michael Ontkean   ...   Derek McKenzie
Kim Coates   ...   Mantha
Beverly D'Angelo   ...   Amanda O'Rourke
Jan Rubes   ...   Zoubov
Yvan Ponton   ...   Insp. Dechesne
Miguel Fernandes   ...   Arafi
Shelagh McLeod   ...   Jeannie McKenzie
Blu Mankuma   ...   Bartender
Doug McGrath   ...   Jackie Clearly
Dale Wilson   ...   Chaney
Jerry Wasserman   ...   Cooper
David Peterson   ...   Mr. Bush
Lisa Inouye   ...   Kim
Katharine Isabelle   ...   Katie McKenzie
Joshua Murray   ...   Matthew McKenzie
Charles Andre   ...   Harry
Rob Robinson   ...   Crook #1
Rob Morton   ...   Crook #2
Michael King   ...   Korean Man
Anthony Dean Rubes   ...   Michaels
Rob Lee   ...   Piano Player
Gene Heck   ...   Arafi's Henchman
Blaine Lamoureux   ...   Arafi's Henchman
David Soo   ...   Arafi's Henchman
Judy Piercey   ...   Foreign Correspondant
Mike Winlaw   ...   Newscaster
Trisha Allan   ...   Barmaid


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