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Elvis and Anabelle (10-Mar-2007)

Director: Will Geiger

Writer: Will Geiger

Music by: Blake Neely

Producers: Carolyn Pfeiffer; Nick Quested

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Keith Carradine
Actor
8-Aug-1949   Thieves Like Us
Blake Lively
Actor
25-Aug-1987   Gossip Girl
Joe Mantegna
Actor
13-Nov-1947   David Rossi on Criminal Minds
Mary Steenburgen
Actor
8-Feb-1953   Goin' South

CAST

Max Minghella   ...   Elvis
Blake Lively   ...   Anabelle
Joe Mantegna   ...   Charlie
Keith Carradine   ...   Jimmy
with
Mary Steenburgen   ...   Geneva
Brent Smiga   ...   Officer Lutkin
Eloise DeJoria   ...   Herself
John Caballero   ...   Host
Everett Sifuentes   ...   Mayor
Jenni Lee   ...   TV Reporter #1
Jacqueline Renee   ...   TV Reporter #2
Paul Alexander   ...   TV Reporter #3
Christian Mixon   ...   Husband
Wilbur Penn   ...   Padre Police Officer
Richard Dillard   ...   TV Doctor
Jason Hill   ...   News Reporter Williams
Robert Wilson   ...   Jock Kid
Tommy Kendrick   ...   Feed Store Clerk
Jennifer Griffin   ...   Dr. Putnam
Marco Perella   ...   Doctor
Dorothy Layne   ...   Elderly Woman
Randolph Stripling   ...   Man
Angela Rawna   ...   Lucinda
Gary Morton   ...   Barbershop Quartet
Bob Massey   ...   Barbershop Quartet
Jim McQuiston   ...   Barbershop Quartet
Art Reinking   ...   Barbershop Quartet

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