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Fast Break (2-Mar-1979)

Director: Jack Smight

Writers: Sandor Stern; Marc Kaplan

Music by: David Shire; James Di Pasquale

Producer: Stephen Friedman

Keywords: Sports Comedy, Basketball

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Reb Brown
29-Apr-1948   Space Mutiny
K Callan
9-Jan-1942   Martha Kent on Lois & Clark
Laurence Fishburne
30-Jul-1961   The Matrix
Randee Heller
10-Jun-1947   Alice on Soap
Gabe Kaplan
31-Mar-1945   Mr. Kotter on Welcome Back, Kotter
Bernard King
4-Dec-1956   Former NBA small forward
Bert Remsen
25-Feb-1925 22-Apr-1999 American character actor
Jack Smight
Film Director
9-Mar-1925 1-Sep-2003 Midway
Michael Warren
5-Mar-1946   Bobby Hill on Hill Street Blues


Gabe Kaplan   ...   David Greene
Alos Starring
Harold Sylvester   ...   D. C.
Randee Heller   ...   Jan
Michael Warren   ...   Preacher
Mavis Washington   ...   Swish
Bernard King   ...   Hustler
Bert Remsen   ...   Bo Winnegar
John Chappell   ...   Alton Gutkas
K Callan   ...   Ms. Tidwell
Reb Brown   ...   Bull
Rhonda Bates   ...   Enid Gutkas
Marty Zagon   ...   Henry
Connie Sawyer   ...   Mom
Richard Brestoff   ...   Howard
Doria Cook   ...   Snooty Girl
James Jeter   ...   Officer Wedgewood
Steve Conte   ...   Man on Bus
Larry Farmer   ...   Benton
Craig Impleman   ...   Hollis
Charles Penland   ...   Larry
Jim Spillane   ...   Krebbs
Le Tari   ...   Thompson
Oscar Williams   ...   Norman
Marty Gorowitz   ...   Frenchie
Bob Levine   ...   Bum
John McCurry   ...   Hal
Jack Smight   ...   Dibber
Jackie Sule   ...   Polly
Laurence Fishburne   ...   Street Kid


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