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Love or Money (5-Jan-1990)

Director: Todd Hallowell

Writers: Bart Davis; Elyse England; Michael Zausner

Original Music by: Jim Lang

Producer: Elyse England

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Timothy Daly
Actor
1-Mar-1956   Seven Girlfriends
David Doyle
Actor
1-Dec-1929 26-Feb-1997 Bosley on Charlie's Angels
Shelley Fabares
Actor
19-Jan-1944   Christine Fox on Coach
Kevin McCarthy
Actor
15-Feb-1914 11-Sep-2010 Invasion of the Body Snatchers

CAST

Timothy Daly   ...   Chris Murdoch
Haviland Morris   ...   Jennifer Reed
Kevin McCarthy   ...   William Reed
Shelley Fabares   ...   Lu Ann Reed
David Doyle   ...   Arthur Reed
Allan Havey   ...   Hank Peterson
Tisha Roth   ...   Allison Simon
And Introducing
Michael Garin   ...   Jeff Simon
James Patrick Gillis   ...   Dave Bradley
Katherine Cortez   ...   Laura Baskin
Rex Robbins   ...   Al McDonough
Tom Signorelli   ...   DeMartino
Robert Stanton   ...   Dudley
Geoffrey Nauffts   ...   Clark
Ann Yen   ...   Mollie
Lou Bedford   ...   Jimmy Lorenz
Susan Blommaert   ...   Midge Reed
Richard Gant   ...   Zoo
Dena Dietrich   ...   Receptionist
Antone Pagan   ...   Messenger
Ron Yamamoto   ...   Fish Store Manager
Sandy Richman   ...   Screaming Customer
Stuart Burney   ...   Fish Store Customer
Jinsey Dauk   ...   Wetsuit Girl
Kriss Ziemer   ...   Party Girl
Ed Langsam   ...   Referee
Red Stripe   ...   Zoo's Bar Band

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