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Man's Best Friend (19-Nov-1993)

Director: John Lafia

Writer: John Lafia

Music Composed by: Joel Goldsmith

Producer: Bob Engelman

Keywords: Horror, Dog, Experiment Gone Awry

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lance Henriksen
5-May-1940   Aliens, Dead Man
William Sanderson
10-Jan-1944   J.F. Sebastian in Blade Runner
Robert Shaye
3-Mar-1949   Co-CEO of New Line Cinema
Ally Sheedy
13-Jun-1962   The Breakfast Club
Frank Welker
16-Feb-1945   Voice actor, Transformers


Ally Sheedy   ...   Lori Tanner
Lance Henriksen   ...   Dr. Jarret
Robert Costanzo   ...   Det. Kovacs
Fredric Lehne   ...   Perry
John Cassini   ...   Det. Bendetti
J. D. Daniels   ...   Rudy
William Sanderson   ...   Ray
Trula Marcus   ...   Annie
Max   ...   Himself (dog)
Robin Frates   ...   Judy Sanders
Rick Barker   ...   Mailman
Bradley Pierce   ...   Chet
Robert Arentz   ...   Emax Security Guard
Cameron Arnett   ...   Dog Catcher #1
Adam Carl   ...   Dog Catcher #2
Thomas Rosales, Jr.   ...   Mugger
Ray Lykins   ...   KCBG Security Guard
Mickey Cassidy   ...   Paper Boy
L. E. Moko   ...   Mobile Mechanic
Caroline Cornell   ...   KCBG Receptionist
Del Zamora   ...   Rudy's Dad
Arlen Stuart   ...   Mrs. Barclay
Frank Cavestani   ...   Policeman
Paul Hayes   ...   2nd Mechanic
Peter Georges   ...   Truck Driver
Olivia Brown   ...   Lab Assistant
Lisa Cavallo   ...   Friday
Frank Welker   ...   Special Vocal Effects (voice)


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