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The Town (8-Sep-2010)

Director: Ben Affleck

Writers: Peter Craig; Ben Affleck; Aaron Stockard

From novel: Prince of Thieves by Chuck Hogan

Music Composed by: Harry Gregson-Williams; David Buckley

Producers: Graham King; Basil Iwanyk

Keywords: Thriller, Heist

Crime drama centers on a Boston bank robber as he contends with a multitude of interpersonal struggles whilst planning his next heist.

Charlestown, a neighborhood in Boston notorious for its long-standing culture of organized crime, plays home to professional bank robber Doug MacRay and his trusty crew. As he plans out his next big endeavor, however, Doug must find a way to balance his personal feelings for a bank manager with a relentless FBI-led pursuit if he is to avoid hastening his own downfall.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ben Affleck
15-Aug-1972   Good Will Hunting
Chris Cooper
9-Jul-1951   American Beauty
Rebecca Hall
3-May-1982   Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Jon Hamm
10-Mar-1971   Don Draper on Mad Men
Blake Lively
25-Aug-1987   Gossip Girl
Pete Postlethwaite
16-Feb-1946 2-Jan-2011 In the Name of the Father
Jeremy Renner
7-Jan-1971   Neo Ned
Titus Welliver
12-Mar-1961   Silas Adams on Deadwood


Ben Affleck   ...   Doug MacRay
Rebecca Hall   ...   Claire Keesey
Jon Hamm   ...   FBI S.A. Adam Frawley
Jeremy Renner   ...   James Coughlin
Blake Lively   ...   Krista Coughlin
Titus Welliver   ...   Dino Ciampa
Slaine   ...   Albert "Gloansy" Magloan
Pete Postlethwaite   ...   Fergus "Fergie" Colm
Chris Cooper   ...   Stephen MacRay
Owen Burke   ...   Desmond Elden
Dennis McLaughlin   ...   Rusty
Corena Chase   ...   Agent Quinlan
Brian Scannell   ...   Henry
Kerri Dunbar   ...   Henry's Girl
Tony V   ...   Vericom Crew Chief
Isaac Bordoy   ...   Alex Colazzo
Michael Yebba   ...   Beacon G.I. Joe Driver
Daniel Woods   ...   BPD Sergeant at Krista's Accident
Jimmy Joe Maher   ...   Inside Man at Fenway
Mark Berglund   ...   Young Security Guard
Ralph Boutwell   ...   Cashcom Guard
Michael Romig   ...   Cashcom Guard
Michael Malvesti   ...   Atlantic Truck Courier
Jack Neary   ...   Arnold Washton
Edward O'Keefe   ...   Morton Previt
Joe Lawler   ...   Task Force Agent Conlan
Ben Hanson   ...   FBI SWAT Team Leader
Brian A. White   ...   FBI SWAT #1
Richard Caines   ...   FBI SWAT #2
Frank Garvin   ...   Police Captain
Danny Ring   ...   Cop Giving Statement
Gary Galone   ...   Internal Affairs Officer at Fenway
David Catanzaro   ...   Fenway Detective
Jeremiah Kissel   ...   Claire's Lawyer
Malik McMullen   ...   Plain Clothed FBI Agent
Charles C. Winchester III   ...   Gate D Police Officer
Adam J. Husband   ...   Gate D Police Officer
Danny DeMiller   ...   Eskimo Story Speaker
Susan Rawlinson   ...   NA Speaker
Sean Locke   ...   NA Speaker
Peter Looney   ...   NA Speaker
Lennin Pena   ...   Colazzo's Friend
James McKittrick   ...   Cop Who Looks Away
Ted Arcidi   ...   Cedar Junction C.O.
Bryan Connolly   ...   Cedar Junction C.O. Visitors Area
Quan Liang Chen   ...   Monument Laundry Owner
Alex Winston   ...   Police Photographer
Michael F. Murphy   ...   Michael Houlihan
Michele Cressinger   ...   Margie
Kimberly Mahoney   ...   Warren Tavern Waitress
Bobby Curcuro   ...   Man in Harvard Square
Ginaya Green   ...   Krista's Friend
Nicole Page   ...   Krista's Friend
Georgia Lyman   ...   Neptune's Waitress
Robert Boyden   ...   Vericom Employee
Jamie Ghazarian   ...   Dancer at Foxy Lady


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