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Luck, Trust & Ketchup: Robert Altman in Carver Country (1993)

Directors: John Dorr; Mike Kaplan

Keywords: Documentary, Filmmaking

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Altman
Film Director
20-Feb-1925 20-Nov-2006 M*A*S*H
Anne Archer
Actor
24-Aug-1947   Fatal Attraction
Bruce Davison
Actor
28-Jun-1946   Harry and the Hendersons
Robert Downey, Jr.
Actor
4-Apr-1965   The Gingerbread Man
Peter Gallagher
Actor
19-Aug-1955   American Beauty
Buck Henry
Comic
9-Dec-1930   Frequent SNL host
Jennifer Jason Leigh
Actor
5-Feb-1962   Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Jack Lemmon
Actor
8-Feb-1925 27-Jun-2001 The Odd Couple
Huey Lewis
Musician
5-Jul-1950   Huey Lewis and The News
Lyle Lovett
Country Musician
1-Nov-1957   The Road to Ensenada
Andie MacDowell
Actor
21-Apr-1958   St. Elmo's Fire
Frances McDormand
Actor
23-Jun-1957   Fargo and Wonder Boys
Matthew Modine
Actor
22-Mar-1959   Joker in Full Metal Jacket
Julianne Moore
Actor
3-Dec-1960   Boogie Nights, Short Cuts
Chris Penn
Actor
10-Oct-1965 24-Jan-2006 Nice Guy Eddie in Reservoir Dogs
Tim Robbins
Actor
16-Oct-1958   The Player, Jacob's Ladder
Lori Singer
Actor
6-Nov-1957   Footloose
Madeleine Stowe
Actor
18-Aug-1958   The General's Daughter
Lili Taylor
Actor
20-Feb-1967   Six Feet Under
Lily Tomlin
Actor
1-Sep-1939   Laugh-In
Tom Waits
Singer/Songwriter
7-Dec-1949   Heartattack and Vine
Fred Ward
Actor
30-Dec-1942   Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins

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