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The Silence of the Hams (13-Jul-1994)

Director: Ezio Greggio

Writer: Ezio Greggio

Keywords: Comedy, Spoof

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Astin
Actor
30-Mar-1930   Gomez on The Addams Family
Martin Balsam
Actor
4-Nov-1919 13-Feb-1996 A Thousand Clowns
John Carpenter
Film Director
16-Jan-1948   Escape from New York
Tony Cox
Actor
31-Mar-1958   Marcus in Bad Santa
Joe Dante
Film Director
28-Nov-1946   The 'burbs
Ken Davitian
Actor
19-Jun-1953   Borat: Cultural Leanings
Eddie Deezen
Actor
6-Mar-1957   Mr. Potato Head in Wargames
David DeLuise
Actor
11-Nov-1971   Bug Pollone on Third Rock
Dom DeLuise
Actor
1-Aug-1933 4-May-2009 Cannonball Run
Peter DeLuise
Actor
6-Nov-1966   Officer Penhall on 21 Jump Street
Phyllis Diller
Comic
17-Jul-1917 20-Aug-2012 The original female stand-up comic
Lance Kinsey
Actor
13-Jun-1959   Lt. Proctor in Police Academy films
John Landis
Film Director
3-Aug-1950   An American Werewolf in London
Joanna Pacula
Actor
2-Jan-1957   Gorky Park
Stuart Pankin
Actor
8-Apr-1946   Arachnophobia
Henry Silva
Actor
15-Sep-1928   The Manchurian Candidate
Bubba Smith
Football
28-Feb-1945 3-Aug-2011 Athlete, Police Academy star
Larry Storch
Actor
8-Jan-1923   Corporal Agarn on F Troop
Rip Taylor
Comic
13-Jan-1934   Walking confetti fountain
Charlene Tilton
Actor
1-Dec-1958   Lucy Ewing on Dallas
Shelley Winters
Actor
18-Aug-1920 14-Jan-2006 Method actress and camp queen
Billy Zane
Actor
24-Feb-1966   The Phantom

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