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Meet the Hollowheads (15-Nov-1989)

Director: Tom Burman

Writers: Tom Burman; Lisa Morton

Music by: Glenn Jordan

Producers: John Chavez; Joseph P. Grace

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Glover
Actor
7-Aug-1944   Lionel Luthor on Smallville
Bobcat Goldthwait
Comic
26-May-1962   Shakes the Clown
Juliette Lewis
Actor
21-Jun-1973   Natural Born Killers
Richard Portnow
Actor
26-Jan-1947   Hal Melvoin on The Sopranos
Anne Ramsey
Actor
1-Sep-1929 11-Aug-1988 Throw Momma from the Train
Donovan Scott
Actor
29-Sep-1946   Police Academy

CAST

John Glover   ...   Henry
Nancy Mette   ...   Miriam
Richard Portnow   ...   Crabneck
Matt Shakman   ...   Billy
Juliette Lewis   ...   Cindy
Joshua Miller   ...   Joey
Shnutz Burman   ...   Spike
Lightfield Lewis   ...   Bud
Lee Arenberg   ...   Ream Instructor
Barney Burman   ...   Young Reamer
Anne Ramsey   ...   Stationmaster Babbleaxe
Logan Ramsey   ...   Top Drone
Shotgun Britton   ...   Grandpa
Chaz Conner   ...   Oliver
Bobcat Goldthwait   ...   Cop #1
Donovan Scott   ...   Cop #2
The Ream Gang
Adam Hill   ...   Ream Gang
Andrew P. Jones   ...   Ream Gang
Ron Tsuruda   ...   Ream Gang
Pedro Valdez   ...   Ream Gang
The Zombies
Joe Grace   ...   Zombie
Mark Mangine   ...   Zombie
John P.   ...   Zombie
Tom Burman   ...   The Crazy Man
Lisa Morton   ...   Edge Slut

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