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Held for Ransom (14-Nov-2000)

Director: Lee Stanley

Writer: Lee Stanley

From novel: Ransom by Lois Duncan

Music Composed by: Alan Ett Music Group

Producers: Randall Emmett; George Furla

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Timothy Bottoms
30-Aug-1951   That's My Bush!
Zachery Ty Bryan
9-Oct-1981   Brad on Home Improvement
Morgan Fairchild
3-Feb-1950   Jordan Roberts on Falcon Crest
John Getz
15-Oct-1946   Blood Simple
Dennis Hopper
17-May-1936 29-May-2010 Apocalypse Now
Debi Mazar
15-Aug-1964   Meet Wally Sparks
David A. Siegel
c. 1935   CEO, Westgate Resorts
Joan Van Ark
16-Jun-1943   Valene Ewing on Dallas


Dennis Hopper   ...   J.D.
Zachery Ty Bryan   ...   Glenn
Kam Heskin   ...   Jesse
Jordan Brower   ...   Bruce
Randy Spelling   ...   Dexter Martin
Tsianina Joelson   ...   Marianne
Joan Van Ark   ...   Nancy Donavan
Timothy Bottoms   ...   Fred Donovan
Morgan Fairchild   ...   Janet Kirtland
John Getz   ...   Steve Kirtland
Paul Dillon   ...   John
Debi Mazar   ...   Rita
Charlene Amoia   ...   Student #1
Shelly Burch Bennett   ...   Mrs. McCormick
Michael Finuoli   ...   Student #3
Joseph C. Hess   ...   Swamp Man #1
Tyler Thornton Kuhn   ...   Randy Donovan
Keith MacKechnie   ...   Det. Van Bommel
Robert L. Noble   ...   Mr. Godfrey
Stephanie Quayle   ...   Student #2
Quentin Richmond   ...   Randy Donovan
Thomas Rosales, Jr.   ...   Swamp Man #2
David Siegel   ...   Crime Scene Detective
Russell Warner   ...   Officer Mathews


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