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The War Bride (23-Mar-2001)

Director: Lyndon Chubbuck

Writer: Angela Workman

Composer: John Sereda

Producers: Alistair MacLean-Clark; Doug Berquist

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lynda Boyd
Actor
28-Jan-1965   Rose Miller on Republic of Doyle
Loren Dean
Actor
31-Jul-1969   Mumford
Brenda Fricker
Actor
17-Feb-1945   My Left Foot
Anna Friel
Actor
12-Jul-1976   Timeline
Molly Parker
Actor
14-Jun-1972   Widow Garret on Deadwood

CAST

Anna Friel   ...   Lily
Brenda Fricker   ...   Betty
Aden Young   ...   Charlie
With
Loren Dean   ...   Joe Clark
Julie Cox   ...   Sophie
And
Molly Parker   ...   Sylvia
Schyler & Gabrielle McLaren   ...   Lindy
Caroline Cave   ...   Peggy
Keeley Gainey   ...   Moira
Claudie Blakley   ...   Rosie
Ben Weinberger   ...   Louie
Dorothy A. Haug   ...   Mrs. Clarke
Petina Hapgood   ...   Sal
Lynda Boyd   ...   Dee Dee
Shelly Minto   ...   Warbride #1
Ken Christianson   ...   British Soldier #1
Perry Blanks   ...   British Soldier #2
Davour Golub   ...   Canadian Soldier #3
Jane McGowan   ...   Warbride #2
Alex Rice   ...   Ginnie
Marilyn Mosicki   ...   Red Cross Worker
Judie Holm   ...   Customer #1
Anne Mansfield   ...   Midwife
Len Crowther   ...   Man in Crowd
Tyler Steinbring   ...   Little Boy
Barbara Reese   ...   Woman in Crowd
Mark Anderako   ...   Mechanic
Jaime & Jenai Kidd   ...   Canadian Babies

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