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The Golden Boys (3-Nov-2007)

Director: Daniel Adams

Writer: Daniel Adams

From novel: Cap'n Eri by Joseph C. Lincoln

Music by: Jonathan Edwards

Producers: Daniel Adams; Matt Janes; Howard Katz; Michael Mailer

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Carradine
Actor
8-Dec-1936 3-Jun-2009 Grasshopper
Bruce Dern
Actor
4-Jun-1936   Silent Running
Charles Durning
Actor
28-Feb-1923 24-Dec-2012 The Muppet Movie
Julie Harris
Actor
2-Dec-1925 24-Aug-2013 East of Eden
Mariel Hemingway
Actor
22-Nov-1961   Woody Allen's Manhattan
John Savage
Actor
25-Aug-1949   The Deer Hunter
Rip Torn
Actor
6-Feb-1931   Arthur on The Larry Sanders Show

CAST

David Carradine   ...   Capt. Zebulon Hedge
Rip Torn   ...   Capt. Jeremiah Burgess
Bruce Dern   ...   Capt. Perez Ryder
Mariel Hemingway   ...   Martha Snow
Charles Durning   ...   John Bartlett
John Savage   ...   Web Saunders
Angelica Torn   ...   Melissa Busteed
Christy Scott Cashman   ...   Elisabeth Preston
Jason Alan Smith   ...   Ralph Hazeltine
Julie Harris   ...   Melodeon Player
Stephen Russell   ...   Luther Norris
Stephen Mailer   ...   Squealer Wixon
Donald Foley   ...   Bluey Bachelder
Miles Herter   ...   Dr. Palmer
Jonathan Edwards   ...   Rev. Perley
Beverly Bentley   ...   Mrs. Small
Lila Dupree   ...   Pasha Norris
Ryan Stanger   ...   Ben
William Lyman   ...   Solomon Bangs
Charles Powicki   ...   Young Boy
Frank   ...   Lorenzo the Cat
Brutus   ...   Web Saunder's Dog

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