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Formosa Betrayed (24-Jul-2009)

Director: Adam Kane

Writers: Brian Askew; Nathaniel Goodman; Yann Samuell; Charlie Stratton; Katie Swain; Will Tiao

Music by: Jeff Danna

Producers: Will Tiao; David Cluck; Adam Kane

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wendy Crewson
9-May-1956   Night Heat
John Heard
7-Mar-1945   The Pelican Brief
Leslie Hope
6-May-1965   Teri Bauer on 24
Kenneth Tsang
1938   Hong Kong character actor
James Van Der Beek
8-Mar-1977   Dawson Leery on Dawson's Creek


James Van Der Beek   ...   Jake Kelly
Wendy Crewson   ...   Susan Kane
John Heard   ...   Tom Braxton
Will Tiao   ...   Ming
Tzi Ma   ...   Kuo
Leslie Hope   ...   Lisa Gilbert
Kenneth Tsang   ...   Gen. Tse
Chelcie Ross   ...   Daltry
Mintita Wattanakul   ...   Maysing
Adam Wang   ...   James Lee
Nirut Sirichanya   ...   Dr. Huang
Tom Jay   ...   Capt. Chen
Sahajak Boonthanakit   ...   Chief Loh
Pathomporn Tempark   ...   Ming's Wife
Napatcha Suthimaithee   ...   Ming's Daughter
Tonray Ho   ...   Mrs. Wen
Joseph Forunda   ...   Henry Wen
Tim Grimm   ...   Dean Goodman
Jason Wells   ...   Motel Manager
John Marengo   ...   American Businessman
Peggy Roeder   ...   Coroner
Mary Beth Fisher   ...   Neighbor
Attapol Klabob   ...   Driver
Tanade Amornpiyalerk   ...   Hotel Desk Clerk
Wallop Thearathong   ...   Old Man in Diner
Charlie Ruedpokanon   ...   Translator
Yi-Ho Su   ...   Protest Leader
Weera Lertsombath   ...   Military Police #1
Kittipong Subthawonpang   ...   Military Police #2
Henry Chu   ...   David Wu


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