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Trapped (20-Sep-2002)

Director: Luis Mandoki

Writer: Greg Iles

From novel: 24 Hours by Greg Iles

Music by: John Ottman

Producers: Mimi Polk Gitlin; Luis Mandoki

Keywords: Thriller, Kidnapping

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Andrew Airlie
Actor
18-Sep-1961   Capt. Ballard on Breaker High
Kevin Bacon
Actor
8-Jul-1958   Everybody cut Footloose
Colleen Camp
Actor
7-Jun-1953   Police Academy 2
Garry Chalk
Actor
17-Feb-1952   Michael Oakes on The Killing
Dakota Fanning
Actor
23-Feb-1994   Uptown Girls
Courtney Love
Singer
9-Jul-1964   Kurt Cobain's widow, Hole
Charlize Theron
Actor
7-Aug-1975   Monster
Stuart Townsend
Actor
15-Dec-1972   About Adam
Pruitt Taylor Vince
Actor
5-Jul-1960   American character actor

CAST

Charlize Theron   ...   Karen
Courtney Love   ...   Cheryl
Stuart Townsend   ...   Will
and
Kevin Bacon   ...   Hickey
Pruitt Taylor Vince   ...   Marvin
Dakota Fanning   ...   Abby Jennings
Steve Rankin   ...   Hank Ferris
Garry Chalk   ...   Agent Chalmers
Jodie Markell   ...   Mary McDill
Matt Koby   ...   Peter McDill
Gerry Becker   ...   Dr. Stein
Andrew Airlie   ...   Holden
Randi Lynne   ...   Hotel Operator
Colleen Camp   ...   Joan Evans
J. B. Bivens   ...   Gray Davidson
John Scott   ...   SWAT Leader
Gregory Bennett   ...   Heins
Jim Filippone   ...   Helicopter Pilot
Brent Woolsey   ...   Violent Man

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