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The Hot Spot (8-Sep-1990)

Director: Dennis Hopper

Writers: Nona Tyson; Charles Williams

From novel: Hell Hath No Fury by Charles Williams

Music by: Jack Nitzsche

Producer: Paul Lewis

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jennifer Connelly
Actor
12-Dec-1970   Betty Ross in The Hulk
Barry Corbin
Actor
16-Oct-1940   Maurice Minnifield on Northern Exposure
Don Johnson
Actor
15-Dec-1949   Miami Vice, Nash Bridges
Virginia Madsen
Actor
11-Sep-1961   Dune to Sideways
Jack Nance
Actor
21-Dec-1943 30-Dec-1996 Eraserhead
Leon Rippy
Actor
30-Oct-1949   Earl on Saving Grace
William Sadler
Actor
13-Apr-1950   The Shawshank Redemption
Charles Martin Smith
Actor
30-Oct-1953   The Untouchables

CAST

Don Johnson   ...   Harry Madox
Virginia Madsen   ...   Dolly Harshaw
Jennifer Connelly   ...   Gloria Harper
Charles Martin Smith   ...   Lon Gulick
Jerry Hardin   ...   George Harshaw
Barry Corbin   ...   Sheriff
Leon Rippy   ...   Deputy Tate
Jack Nance   ...   Julian Ward
William Sadler   ...   Frank Sutton
Virgil Frye   ...   Deputy Buck
John Hawker   ...   Uncle Mort
Margaret Bowman   ...   Woman at Gas Station
Debra Cole   ...   Irene Davey
Karen Culley   ...   Cowgirl
Cody Haynes   ...   Cowboy
George Haynes   ...   Mr. Haynes
James Harrell   ...   Elderly Man
Edith Mills   ...   Elderly Woman
Shannon Quinlan   ...   Table Dancer
Roosevelt Williams   ...   Grey Ghost

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