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House of D (7-May-2004)

Director: David Duchovny

Writer: David Duchovny

Music Composed by: Geoff Zanelli

Producers: Richard B. Lewis; Bob Yari; Jane Rosenthal

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Erykah Badu
26-Feb-1971   R&B vocalist, Baduizm
David Duchovny
7-Aug-1960   Mulder on The X-Files
Willie Garson
20-Feb-1964   Stanford Blatch on Sex and the City
Orlando Jones
10-Apr-1968   Drumline
Frank Langella
1-Jan-1938   Dracula and Dave
Tea Leoni
25-Feb-1966   Nora Wilde on The Naked Truth
Mark Margolis
26-Nov-1939   The Fountain
Stephen Spinella
11-Oct-1956   Love! Valour! Compassion!
Robin Williams
21-Jul-1951 11-Aug-2014 Mork from Ork
Anton Yelchin
11-Mar-1989   Delivering Milo


Anton Yelchin   ...   Tommy
Tea Leoni   ...   Mrs. Warshaw
David Duchovny   ...   Tom Warshaw
Robin Williams   ...   Pappass
Erykah Badu   ...   Lady / Bernadette
Frank Langella   ...   Rev. Duncan
Magali Amadei   ...   Coralie Warshaw
Claire Lautier   ...   Madam Chatquipet
Zelda Williams   ...   Melissa
Bernard Sheredy   ...   Sasha
Olga Sosnovska   ...   Simone
Mark Margolis   ...   Mr. Pappass
Alice Drummond   ...   Mrs. Brevoort
Willie Garson   ...   Ticket Agent
Stephen Spinella   ...   Ticket Seller
Orlando Jones   ...   Superfly
Harold Cartier   ...   Odell Warshaw
Gideon Jacobs   ...   Gerard
Adam LeFevre   ...   Monty
Leslie Lyles   ...   Sondra
Mark Richard Keith   ...   Pitcher
James Ockimey   ...   Another Kid
Jonah Meyerson   ...   Kid #2
Jill Shackner   ...   Lead Girl in Gym
Lisby Larson   ...   Mrs. Loggia
Michael Chapman   ...   Doorman
Henry Strozier   ...   Civil Servant
Andree Damant   ...   French Woman in Window
Etienne Drabier   ...   French Man in Window
Chantal Guarrigues   ...   French Wife in Window
Mary A. Fortune   ...   Nurse #1
Lester Cohen   ...   Irate Trotskyite
Roxy Toporowych   ...   Miss Johnson
Francesca Buccellato   ...   Mrs. Robinson
Erica N. Tazel   ...   Reader


Review by anonymous (posted on 20-Jul-2005)

I have seen "House of D" 3 times in the theatre. I enjoyed this film very much. Based in 1973 (I was 16) when music was great, the movie had a lot of drama, comedy, sadness, and happiness. I especially liked the dance scene; it was very close to what I remember, with the exception that most of the boys who went to dances at my school would usually group together and talk sports, cars, music, etc. The only boy/girl dancers were established couples. Mostly the girls danced together in groups. But I digress. I recommend this movie very highly. It is well made and has wonderful actors (Anton Yelchin is a treasure). Highly recommend getting it on DVD when released. Very much worth it!

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