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A Pig's Tale (1995)

Director: Paul Tassie

Writers: Todd Richardson; Scott Sandorf; Charles Ransom

Music by: Anthony Marinelli

Producers: Gregory Goodman; Matthew Loze

Keywords: Juvenile

Direct-to-Video.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Christopher Daniel Barnes
Actor
7-Nov-1972   Shut Up and Kiss Me!
Joe Flaherty
Comic
21-Jun-1941   SCTV
Lisa Jakub
Actor
27-Dec-1978   Rambling Rose
Andrew Keegan
Actor
29-Jan-1979   Camp Nowhere

CAST

Joe Flaherty   ...   Milt
Sean Babb   ...   Boner
Mike Damus   ...   Frank
Jonathan Hilario   ...   Griff
Lisa Jakub   ...   Tiffany
Andrew Harrison Leeds   ...   Beckerwood
Olumiji Aina Olawumi   ...   Rodman
Graham Sack   ...   Andy
Chaz Lamar Shepherd   ...   Royce
Jimmy Zepeda   ...   Cruz
Christopher Daniel Barnes   ...   Barry
Jake Beecham   ...   Swackback
Jackie Hoffman   ...   Cora
Annie McEnroe   ...   Mrs. Lipman
Patrick O'Neill   ...   Hertz
Kimberly Anders   ...   Paige
Whitney Anderson   ...   Jenna
Rebecca Bacon   ...   Kid #1
Nell Balaban   ...   Daisy
Samantha Becker   ...   Stacy
Ned Bellamy   ...   Scrappy
Greg Crane   ...   Sanders
Erin J. Dean   ...   Heather
Hunter Garner   ...   Featured Wolf #2
Alex Greenwald   ...   Von Hofferman
Jon Gudmundsson   ...   Delivery Guy
Andrew Keegan   ...   Featured Wolf #1
Gail Matthius   ...   Tiffany's Mom
Marin May   ...   Ellen
Poppi Cee Jay Monroe   ...   Grady Lake Girl

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