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Lois Gibbs and the Love Canal (17-Feb-1982)

Director: Glenn Jordan

Writer: Michael Zagor

Music Adaptation: John D. Berkman

Producers: Robert Greenwald; Frank von Zerneck

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mackenzie Astin
Actor
12-May-1973   The Mating Habits of the Earthbound Human
Bob Gunton
Actor
15-Nov-1945   The Shawshank Redemption
Louise Latham
Actor
23-Sep-1922   Marnie
Marsha Mason
Actor
3-Apr-1942   The Goodbye Girl
Robert Picardo
Actor
27-Oct-1953   Holographic doctor on Star Trek: Voyager

CAST

Marsha Mason   ...   Lois Gibbs
Starring
Bob Gunton   ...   Harry Gibbs
Penny Fuller   ...   Jeannie Kolchak
Roberta Maxwell   ...   Mary Belinski
Jeremy Licht   ...   Michael Gibbs
Priscilla Morrill   ...   Mrs. Fowler
Bianca Ferguson   ...   Gail Shepherd
Tom Hill   ...   Dr. Halperin
Robert Picardo   ...   Larry McGuinness
James Ray   ...   Mr. Bain
Raleigh Bond   ...   Dave Hobart
Mackenzie Astin   ...   Tony Belinski
Michael Flanagan   ...   Spokesman
and
Louise Latham   ...   Pat Kinsman
Co-Starring
Tina M. Kaye   ...   Missy Gibbs
Peter Fox   ...   Mr. Davis
F. William Parker   ...   Dr. Ulster
Hope Clarke   ...   Chris
Nancy Steen   ...   Brenda
John Doolittle   ...   Missy's Doctor
Tom Fuccello   ...   Newsman
Dolores Sandoz   ...   Woman
Dick Christie   ...   Photographer
Tom Ormeny   ...   Neighbor

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