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Can't Be Heaven (5-Dec-2000)

Director: Richard Friedman

Writer: Dario Fagnani

Music by: Greg Barton

Producers: Carl Naylor; Charles O'Brien

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Coming of Age

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kaley Cuoco
Actor
30-Nov-1985   Penny on The Big Bang Theory
Diane Ladd
Actor
29-Nov-1942   Chinatown
Ralph Macchio
Actor
4-Nov-1961   Karate Kid
Garry Marshall
Film Director
13-Nov-1934   Happy Days
Matt McCoy
Actor
20-May-1958   The Hand That Rocks the Cradle
Rachel Ticotin
Actor
1-Nov-1958   Total Recall
Michelle Trachtenberg
Actor
11-Oct-1985   Dawn Summers on Buffy

CAST

Bryan Burke   ...   Danny
Rachel Ticotin   ...   Maggie
Michelle Trachtenberg   ...   Julie
Jamie Williams   ...   Phil
Michael Galeota   ...   Archie
Annie Abbott   ...   Miss Wisser
Rachel Robinson   ...   Miss Viola
Matt McCoy   ...   Mike
with
Ralph Macchio   ...   Hubbie
Diane Ladd   ...   Nona Gina
Garry Marshall   ...   Pawn Shop Broker
Kaley Cuoco   ...   Teresa
Shayna Fox   ...   Shirley
Siri Baruc   ...   Young Nona Gina
Mike Alaimo   ...   Fr. Micelli
Bryan Robinson   ...   Edgar
Ralph Manza   ...   Anzio
Pat Li   ...   Japanese Woman
Mourners
Sal Pacino   ...   Mourner
Dario Fagnani   ...   Mourner
Tina Gotti   ...   Mourner
Luke Valario   ...   Mourner
Francesco Porto   ...   Mourner
Dina Skverer   ...   Mourner
Rosa Skverer   ...   Mourner
Chuck Paioni   ...   Mourner
Antonio Gotti   ...   Mourner
Sam Dumbell   ...   Mourner

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