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Never Talk to Strangers (20-Oct-1995)

Director: Peter Hall

Writers: Lewis Green; Jordan Rush

Music Composed by: Pino Donaggio

Producers: Andras Hamori; Jeffrey R. Neuman; Martin J. Wiley

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Antonio Banderas
Actor
10-Aug-1960   Zorro
Len Cariou
Actor
30-Sep-1939   Sweeney Todd
Rebecca De Mornay
Actor
29-Aug-1959   And God Created Woman
Joseph R. Gannascoli
Actor
15-Feb-1959   Vito on The Sopranos
Eugene Lipinski
Actor
5-Nov-1956   Lloyd Manning on Da Vinci's Inquest
Dennis Miller
Comic
3-Nov-1953   SNL news anchor, born-again Republican
Harry Dean Stanton
Actor
14-Jul-1926   Bathrobe-clad actor from Repo Man

CAST

Rebecca De Mornay   ...   Dr. Sarah Taylor
Antonio Banderas   ...   Tony Ramirez
Dennis Miller   ...   Cliff Raddison
Len Cariou   ...   Henry Taylor
Beau Starr   ...   Grogan
Tim Kelleher   ...   Wabash
Eugene Lipinski   ...   Dudakoff
Phillip Jarrett   ...   Spatz
and
Harry Dean Stanton   ...   Max Cheski
Martha Burns   ...   Maura
Emma Corosky   ...   Young Sarah
Susan Coyne   ...   Alison
Joseph R. Gannascoli   ...   Carnival Attendant
Reg Dreger   ...   Flight Attendant
Frances Hyland   ...   Mrs. Slotnick
John Bourgeois   ...   Uniformed Cop
Kevin Rushton   ...   Corridor Guard
Kelley Grando   ...   Young Girl
Bruce Beaton   ...   Taxi Driver
Tony Meyler   ...   Cop #1
Rodger Barton   ...   Plain Clothes Cop
Nolan Jennings   ...   Waiter
Brett Pearson   ...   Accomplice
Teresa Hergert   ...   Anchorwoman

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