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Lost in America (15-Feb-1985)

Director: Albert Brooks

Writers: Albert Brooks; Monica Johnson

Music by: Arthur B. Rubinstein

Producer: Marty Katz

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Albert Brooks
Actor
22-Jul-1947   Broadcast News
Julie Hagerty
Actor
15-Jun-1955   Airplane!
Garry Marshall
Film Director
13-Nov-1934   Happy Days
Rex Reed
Critic
2-Oct-1938   At the Movies

CAST

Albert Brooks   ...   David Howard
Julie Hagerty   ...   Linda Howard
Featuring
Michael Greene   ...   Paul Dunn
Garry Marshall   ...   Casino Manager
Maggie Roswell   ...   Patty
Tom Tarpey   ...   Brad Tooley
Ernie Brown   ...   Pharmacist
Joey Coleman   ...   Skippy
Art Frankel   ...   Employment Agent
Donald Gibb   ...   Ex-Convict
Sylvia Farrel   ...   Receptionist
Tina Kincaid   ...   Model
Candy Ann Brown   ...   David's Secretary
Hans Wagner   ...   Hans
Brandy Rubin   ...   Paul Dunn's Secretary
Robert Hughes   ...   Security Guard
Raynold Gideon   ...   Ray
John Di Fusco   ...   Motorcyclist
Michael Cornelison   ...   Front Desk Clerk
Radu Gavor   ...   Bellman
John C. Reade   ...   Casino Security Guard
Pat Garrison   ...   Roulette Croupier
Byron Tong   ...   Roulette Player
Gayle Lanza   ...   Hostess
Charles Boswell   ...   Highway Patrolman
Zeke Manners   ...   Couple in Trailer Park
Bea Manners   ...   Couple in Trailer Park
Mark Sydney   ...   Boy on Bicycle
David Katz   ...   Boy on Bicycle
Raul Flores   ...   Boy on Bicycle
Herb Nanas   ...   Mercedes Driver

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