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Head Over Heels (19-Oct-1979)

Director: Joan Micklin Silver

Writer: Joan Micklin Silver

From novel: Chilly Scenes of Winter by Ann Beattie

Music by: Ken Lauber

Producers: Mark Metcalf; Amy Robinson; Griffin Dunne

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frances Bay
Actor
23-Jan-1919 15-Sep-2011 Happy Gilmore
Ann Beattie
Author
8-Sep-1947   Chilly Scenes of Winter
Griffin Dunne
Actor
8-Jun-1955   An American Werewolf in London
Gloria Grahame
Actor
28-Nov-1923 5-Oct-1981 The Bad and the Beautiful
John Heard
Actor
7-Mar-1945   The Pelican Brief
Mary Beth Hurt
Actor
26-Sep-1946   The World According to Garp
Kenneth McMillan
Actor
2-Jul-1932 8-Jan-1989 Baron Vladimir Harkonnen
Peter Riegert
Actor
11-Apr-1947   Barbarians at the Gate

CAST

John Heard   ...   Charles
Mary Beth Hurt   ...   Laura
Peter Riegert   ...   Sam
Kenneth McMillan   ...   Pete
Gloria Grahame   ...   Clara
Nora Heflin   ...   Betty
Jerry Hardin   ...   Mr. Patterson
Tarah Nutter   ...   Susan
Mark Metcalf   ...   Ox
Allen Joseph   ...   Blind Man
Frances Bay   ...   Mrs. DeLillo
Griffin Dunne   ...   Mark
Alex Johnson   ...   Elise
Beverly Booth Rowland   ...   Woman in Park
Oscar Rowland   ...   Man in Store
Ann Beattie   ...   Waitress
Angela Phillips   ...   Rebecca
Margaressa Peach Taylor   ...   Dancing Nurse

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