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Trick Baby (22-Dec-1972)

Director: Larry Yust

Writers: T. Raewyn; A. Neuberg; Larry Yust

From novel by: Iceberg Slim

Music Composer and Conductor: James Bond

Producer: Marshal Backlar

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ted Lange
Actor
5-Jan-1947   Isaac the bartender on Love Boat
Kiel Martin
Actor
26-Jul-1944 28-Dec-1990 J. D. LaRue on Hill Street Blues
Mel Stewart
Actor
19-Sep-1929 24-Feb-2002 Scarecrow and Mrs. King

CAST

starring
Kiel Martin   ...   White Folks
Mel Stewart   ...   Blue Howard
co-starring
Dallas Edward Hayes   ...   Dot Murray
Beverly Ballard   ...   Susan
Vernée Watson   ...   Cleo Howard
Featuring
Donald Symington   ...   Morrison
Don Fellows   ...   Phillips
Tom Anderson   ...   Felix
Clebert Ford   ...   Josephus
Fuddle Bagley   ...   Percy
Ted Lange   ...   Melvin
Tony Mazzadra   ...   Nino
and
David Thomas   ...   Frascatti
Jim King   ...   Duke
Anthony Charnota   ...   Bobby
John Aquino   ...   Frank
Jan Leighton   ...   Carlson
Byron Sanders   ...   Parkview Hotel Clerk
Dick Boccelli   ...   Vincent
Jim Mapp   ...   Doc Harris
Bob Brooker   ...   DuSable Hotel Clerk
Ronald Carter   ...   Bartender
Celeste Creech   ...   1st Hooker
Deloris Brown-Harper   ...   2nd Hooker
Jacqueline Weiss   ...   Aunt Rose
Fr. James Kelly   ...   Priest
Charles Weldon   ...   Tough
Charles Clarke   ...   Cab Driver

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