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Love and a .45 (10-Sep-1994)

Director: C. M. Talkington

Writer: C. M. Talkington

Music by: Tom Verlaine

Producer: Darin Scott

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gil Bellows
Actor
28-Jun-1967   Billy Thomas on Ally McBeal
Michael Bowen
Actor
21-Jun-1953   The Last House on the Left
Rory Cochrane
Actor
28-Feb-1972   Tim Speedle on CSI: Miami
Jeffrey Combs
Actor
9-Sep-1954   Herbert West in Re-Animator
Peter Fonda
Actor
23-Feb-1940   Easy Rider
Jack Nance
Actor
21-Dec-1943 30-Dec-1996 Eraserhead
Charlotte Ross
Actor
21-Jan-1968   Det. McDowell on NYPD Blue
Ann Wedgeworth
Actor
21-Jan-1935   Lana Shields on Three's Company
Renée Zellweger
Actor
25-Apr-1969   Bridget Jones' Diary

CAST

Gil Bellows   ...   Watty Watts
Renée Zellweger   ...   Starlene Cheatham
Rory Cochrane   ...   Billy Mack Black
Jeffrey Combs   ...   Dinosaur Bob
Jace Alexander   ...   Creepy Cody
Michael Bowen   ...   Ranger X
Jack Nance   ...   Justice Thurman
with
Ann Wedgeworth   ...   Thaylene Cheatham
Peter Fonda   ...   Vergil Cheatham
Tammy Le Blanc   ...   Stripper
Wiley Wiggins   ...   Young Clerk
Charlotte Ross   ...   Mary Ann
Scott Roland   ...   Simp
Todd Conner   ...   Young Cop
Richard Rothenberg   ...   Camera Store Clerk
Stopher Finley   ...   Young Kid
Brad Leland   ...   Armored Truck Driver
Augustin Solis   ...   Border Guard

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