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A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon (27-Feb-1988)

Director: William Richert

Writer: William Richert

From novel: Aren't You Even Gonna Kiss Me Goodbye? by William Richert

Music by: Bill Conti

Producer: Russell Schwartz

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Johnny Galecki
30-Apr-1975   Leonard on The Big Bang Theory
Ann Magnuson
4-Jan-1956   Film actress, Bongwater vocalist
Matthew Perry
19-Aug-1969   Chandler on Friends
River Phoenix
23-Aug-1970 31-Oct-1993 My Own Private Idaho
Meredith Salenger
14-Mar-1970   The Journey of Natty Gann
Ione Skye
4-Sep-1971   Say Anything


River Phoenix   ...   Jimmy Reardon
Ann Magnuson   ...   Joyce Fickett
Meredith Salenger   ...   Lisa Bentwright
Ione Skye   ...   Denise Hunter
Louanne   ...   Suzie Middleberg
Matthew Perry   ...   Fred Roberts
Paul Koslo   ...   Al Reardon
Jane Hallaren   ...   Faye Reardon
Jason Court   ...   Mathew Hollander
James Deuter   ...   Mr. Spaulding
Marji Banks   ...   Emma Spaulding
Margaret Moore   ...   Mrs. Bentwright
Anastasia Fielding   ...   Elaine
Kamie Harper   ...   Rosie Reardon
Johnny Galecki   ...   Toby Reardon
Melva Williams   ...   Maid
Regan Andreas   ...   Sailor Cap
E. J. Murray   ...   Alice
Mark Winsten   ...   Red Blazer
Jack McLaughlin-Gray   ...   Carnation
Craig Wright Huston   ...   Waiter
Kristin Weithas   ...   Coffee House Girl #1
Lisa Stodder   ...   Coffee House Girl #2
Kurt Bjorling   ...   Musician #1
Alan Goldsher   ...   Musician #2


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