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The Wharf Rat (3-Sep-1995)

Director: Jimmy Huston

Writers: Paul Kimatian; Jimmy Huston

Music by: Mervyn Warren

Producer: Paul Kimatian

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Revenge

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Scott Cohen
19-Dec-1961   The 10th Kingdom
Rita Moreno
11-Dec-1931   West Side Story, Electric Company
Lou Diamond Phillips
17-Feb-1962   Young Guns II
Judge Reinhold
21-May-1957   Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Rachel Ticotin
1-Nov-1958   Total Recall


Lou Diamond Phillips   ...   Petey Martin
Judge Reinhold   ...   Doc
Rachel Ticotin   ...   Dexter Ireland
Scott Cohen   ...   Matt Martin
William Dunlop   ...   Bucko
Alan Vint   ...   Eli
Paul Willson   ...   Sloopy
Peter Radon   ...   Mario
Loren Farmer   ...   Max Cowan
Rita Moreno   ...   Mom
Wilfred Bray   ...   Customs Agent
Steven Randazzo   ...   Seafood Foreman
Beau Starr   ...   Joey the Fist
Thoywell Hemmings   ...   Basketball Kid
Judy Coffey   ...   Meter Maid
Rusty Ryan   ...   Drag Queen
Stephen Jackson   ...   Officer (Funeral)
Jank Azman   ...   Funeral Director
Desmond Campbell   ...   Jail Officer
Jean Luke Cote   ...   Showgirl
Scott Wickware   ...   Guard at Armored Yard
Nicole Farmer   ...   Natalie
Ray Paisley   ...   Driver (Armored Car)
Don De Fina   ...   Ship's Captain
Richard Blackburn   ...   Sergeant
Jeff Christensen   ...   Officer (Freighter)
Shawn Lawrence   ...   Guard (Armored Car)
Chris Peterson   ...   Dancer #1
J. J. Murray   ...   Dancer #2
Danny White   ...   Dancer #3


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