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Mother's Boys (18-Mar-1994)

Director: Yves Simoneau

Writers: Barry Schneider; Richard Hawley

From novel: Mother's Boys by Bernard Taylor

Music by: George S. Clinton

Producers: Jack E. Freedman; Wayne S. Williams; Patricia Herskovic

Keywords: Erotic Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joss Ackland
Actor
29-Feb-1928   White Mischief
Jamie Lee Curtis
Actor
22-Nov-1958   True Lies
Peter Gallagher
Actor
19-Aug-1955   American Beauty
Paul Guilfoyle
Actor
28-Apr-1949   Capt. Jim Brass on CSI
John C. McGinley
Actor
3-Aug-1959   Dr. Perry Cox on Scrubs
Vanessa Redgrave
Actor
30-Jan-1937   Julia
Lorraine Toussaint
Actor
4-Apr-1960   Renée Jackson on Any Day Now
Joanne Whalley
Actor
25-Aug-1964   Willow

CAST

Jamie Lee Curtis   ...   Jude
Peter Gallagher   ...   Robert
Joanne Whalley   ...   Callie
Vanessa Redgrave   ...   Lydia
Luke Edwards   ...   Kes
Colin Ward   ...   Michael
Joey Zimmerman   ...   Ben
Joss Ackland   ...   Lansing
Paul Guilfoyle   ...   Mark Kaplan
J. E. Freeman   ...   Everett
John C. McGinley   ...   Mr. Fogel
Jill Freedman   ...   Nurse
Lorraine Toussaint   ...   Robert's Associate
Ken Lerner   ...   Analyst
Mary Anne McGarry   ...   Planetarium Woman
Judith Roberts   ...   Narrator
Sachi Ena   ...   Cynthia
Jeanine Jackson   ...   Market Mom
Jesse Stock   ...   Market Kid
John   ...   Jocko the Dog

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