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China Moon (4-Mar-1994)

Director: John Bailey

Writer: Roy Carlson

Music by: George Fenton

Producer: Barrie M. Osborne

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Dance
10-Oct-1946   Good Morning, Babylon
Benicio Del Toro
19-Feb-1967   Traffic
Ed Harris
28-Nov-1950   The Rock
Madeleine Stowe
18-Aug-1958   The General's Daughter
Pruitt Taylor Vince
5-Jul-1960   American character actor


Ed Harris   ...   Kyle Bodine
Madeleine Stowe   ...   Rachel Munro
Benicio Del Toro   ...   Lamar Dickey
Pruitt Taylor Vince   ...   Daryl Jeeters
Roger Aaron Brown   ...   Police Captain
Charles Dance   ...   Rupert Munro
Patricia Healy   ...   Adele
Tim Powell   ...   Fraker
Larry Shuler   ...   Patrolman at Turner's
Robb Edward Morris   ...   Pinola
Paul Darby   ...   CSU Photographer
Theresa Bean   ...   Felicity Turner
Allen Prince   ...   Assistant M.E.
Sam Myers   ...   Blues Band
Anson Funderburgh   ...   Blues Band
Matt McCabe   ...   Blues Band
Jim Milan   ...   Blues Band
Danny Cochran   ...   Blues Band
Gregory Avellone   ...   JJ's Bartender
Sandy Martin   ...   Gun Saleswoman
Joseph E. Louden   ...   Detective
Janis Benson   ...   Rupert's Secretary
Peggy O'Neal   ...   Miami Desk Clerk
Buddy Dolan   ...   Sergeant
Special "K" McCray   ...   Bunny
Robert Koch   ...   Miami Waiter
Robert Burgos   ...   Harlan James
Steve Zurk   ...   Patrolman at HQ
Terrie Jameson   ...   Patrolwoman
Clifton Jones   ...   Dr. Ocampo
Marc Macaulay   ...   CSU Technician
Ralph Wilcox   ...   Ballistic Technician
Michael McDougal   ...   Sheriff


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