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Across the Moon (28-Mar-1995)

Director: Lisa Gottlieb

Writer: Stephen Schneck

Music Composed by: Christopher Tyng; Exene Cervenka

Producer: Robert Mickelson

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Christina Applegate
25-Nov-1971   Married with Children
Peter Berg
11-Mar-1964   Dr. Billy Kronk on Chicago Hope
Michael McKean
17-Oct-1947   This Is Spinal Tap, SNL
Burgess Meredith
16-Nov-1908 9-Sep-1997 Rocky and Grumpy Old Men
Jack Nance
21-Dec-1943 30-Dec-1996 Eraserhead
Elizabeth Peña
23-Sep-1961 14-Oct-2014 Tortilla Soup
Richard Portnow
26-Jan-1947   Hal Melvoin on The Sopranos
James Remar
31-Dec-1953   The Warriors


Christina Applegate   ...   Kathy
Elizabeth Peņa   ...   Carmen
James Remar   ...   Rattlesnake Jim
Michael McKean   ...   Frank
Tony Fields   ...   Richie
Jack Nance   ...   Old Cowboy
Richard Portnow   ...   Roy
Robert Lesser   ...   Dentist #2
Robert Fieldsteel   ...   Dentist #1
Scott Burkholder   ...   First Gunman
Paul Lieber   ...   Second Gunman
Jack Kehler   ...   ATV Pop
Michael Aniel Mundra   ...   Paco
Burgess Meredith   ...   Barney
Peter Berg   ...   Lyle
Mowava Pryor   ...   Public Defender
Henry Harris   ...   Prison Guard #1
Sandra Gee   ...   Prison Guard #2
Gloria Gifford   ...   Prison Visitor
Jeff Doucette   ...   Mean Guard
Merle Kennedy   ...   Shoplifter
John Apicella   ...   Grocery Manager
T. J. Evans   ...   Kid
Stephen Schneck   ...   Prison Chaplain
Ken White   ...   Warden


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