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Sioux City (Apr-1994)

Director: Lou Diamond Phillips

Writer: L. Virginia Browne

Original Score by: Christopher Lindsey

Producers: Brian Rix; Jane Ubell

Keywords: Thriller, Beverly Hills

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Earl Boen
Actor
7-Nov-1945   In three Terminator movies
Melinda Dillon
Actor
13-Oct-1939   A Christmas Story
John Dye
Actor
31-Jan-1963 10-Jan-2011 Andrew on Touched by an Angel
Gary Farmer
Actor
12-Jun-1953   Henry & Verlin
Joseph Marcell
Actor
18-Aug-1948   Geoffrey on Fresh Prince
Lou Diamond Phillips
Actor
17-Feb-1962   Young Guns II
Salli Richardson
Actor
23-Nov-1967   Allison Blake on Eureka
Ralph Waite
Actor
22-Jun-1928   John Walton, Sr. on The Waltons

CAST

Starring
Lou Diamond Phillips   ...   Jesse Rainfeather Goldman
Salli Richardson   ...   Jolene Buckley
Melinda Dillon   ...   Leah Goldman
Lise Cutter   ...   Allison
Apesanahkwat   ...   Clifford Rainfeather
John Dye   ...   Colin Adams
Gary Farmer   ...   Russell White
and
Ralph Waite   ...   Drew McDermott
with
Tantoo Cardinal   ...   Dawn Rainfeather
Michael Corbett   ...   Ray Dawes
William Lawrence Allen   ...   Dan Larkin
and
Great Elk Waters   ...   Redbow
Adam Roarke   ...   Douglas Goldman
Joseph Marcell   ...   Dr. Darryl Reichert
Earl Boen   ...   Andre
Ronny Quintanar, Jr.   ...   Little Jesse
Van B. Poole   ...   Mr. Sandoval
Erik Stabenau   ...   Young McDermott
Cody Eagleboy   ...   Boy on Street
Seth Dillon   ...   Boy Being Inoculated
Shanti Kahn   ...   Leslie Baker

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