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Enemy Mine (12-Dec-1985)

Director: Wolfgang Petersen

Writer: Edward Khmara

From short story: Enemy Mine by Barry Longyear

Music Composed and Conducted by: Maurice Jarre

Producer: Stephen Friedman

Keywords: Sci-Fi

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lou Gossett, Jr.
Actor
27-May-1936   Drill Sgt. in An Officer and a Gentleman
Brion James
Actor
20-Feb-1945 7-Aug-1999 Leon the replicant in Blade Runner
Lance Kerwin
Actor
6-Nov-1960   James at 15
Dennis Quaid
Actor
9-Apr-1954   Any Given Sunday

CAST

Dennis Quaid   ...   Davidge
Lou Gossett, Jr.   ...   Drac
with
Brion James   ...   Stubbs
Richard Marcus   ...   Arnold
Carolyn McCormick   ...   Morse
Henry Stolow   ...   Cates
Featuring
Bumper Robinson   ...   Zammis
Lance Kerwin   ...   Wooster
Jim Mapp   ...   Old Drac
Scott Kraft   ...   Jonathan
Lou Michaels   ...   Wilson
Andy Geer   ...   Bates
Herb Andress   ...   Hoffer
Danmar   ...   Wise Guy
Mandy Hausenberger   ...   1st Medic
Emily Woods   ...   Simpson
Barry Stokes   ...   Huck
Colin Gilder   ...   Chavo
Charly Huber   ...   Kranzer
Ulrich GŁnther   ...   Daggett
Frank Henson   ...   Lump
Jazzer Jeyes   ...   Scarbreath
Dough Robinson   ...   Walker
Mark McBride   ...   Hensler
Tony L. Moore   ...   Special Drac
Kevin Taylor   ...   Special Drac
Cheyenne Jade   ...   Special Drac
Balog Menyert   ...   Mills
Jack Luceno   ...   Drac Movement

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