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Midnight Witness (25-Feb-1993)

Director: Peter Foldy

Writer: Peter Foldy

Music by: Graydon Hillock

Producer: Peter Foldy

Keywords: Crime, Bad Cops, Murder Witness

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lisa Boyle
6-Aug-1964   Cover of October 1995 Playboy
Maxwell Caulfield
23-Nov-1959   The Real Blonde
Paul Johansson
26-Jan-1964   Dan Scott on One Tree Hill
Virginia Mayo
30-Nov-1920 17-Jan-2005 South Sea Woman
Mark Pellegrino
9-Apr-1965   Lucifer on Supernatural
Andy Romano
15-Jun-1941   Beach Party
Jan-Michael Vincent
15-Jul-1944   Airwolf


Paul Johansson   ...   Paul
Maxwell Caulfield   ...   Garland
Karen Moncrieff   ...   Katy
Mick Murray   ...   Webster
Mark Pellegrino   ...   Patterson
Virginia Mayo   ...   Kitty
Jan-Michael Vincent   ...   Lance
Andy Romano   ...   Capt. McCarthy
Kelli Maroney   ...   Devon
Lenore Andriel   ...   Molly
Cain DeVore   ...   Jason
Alan Mandell   ...   Shaw
Ellen Geer   ...   Valerie
Nicolas Read   ...   Scott
Barbara Tarbuck   ...   Lucy
Tom Urich   ...   Jack
Nick De Mauro   ...   Motel Manager
Dimitri Spencer   ...   Sanchez
Dennis Hayden   ...   Cowboy
Zelda Kemsley   ...   Kristy
Ken Takemoto   ...   Master Lee
Eric Taslitz   ...   Gas Station Attendant
Edith Varon   ...   Waitress
Lisa Boyle   ...   Heidi
David Garrison   ...   Officer Davis
John Luttrell   ...   Officer Cole
Jordan Clarfield   ...   Little Boy
Dawna Shuman   ...   Mother
Paul Short   ...   Deputy
Christina Welsh   ...   Newscaster #1
Joe Servantez   ...   Newscaster #2


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