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It Takes Two (17-Nov-1995)

Director: Andy Tennant

Writer: Deborah Dean Davis

Music by: Sherman Foote; Ray Foote

Producers: James Orr; Jim Cruickshank

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kirstie Alley
12-Jan-1951   Rebecca from Cheers
Philip Bosco
26-Sep-1930   American character actor
Steve Guttenberg
24-Aug-1958   Police Academy
Ashley Olsen
13-Jun-1986   Olsen Twin
Mary-Kate Olsen
13-Jun-1986   Olsen Twin
Jane Sibbett
28-Nov-1962   The Second Arrival


Kirstie Alley   ...   Diane Barrows
Steve Guttenberg   ...   Roger Callaway
Mary-Kate Olsen   ...   Amanda Lemmon
Ashley Olsen   ...   Alyssa Callaway
Philip Bosco   ...   Vincenzo
Jane Sibbett   ...   Clarice Kensington
Michelle Grisom   ...   Carmen
Desmond Robertson   ...   Frankie
Tiny Mills   ...   Tiny
Shanelle Henry   ...   Patty
Anthony Aiello   ...   Anthony
LaTonya Borsay   ...   Wanda
Michelle Lonsdale-Smith   ...   Michelle
Sean Orr   ...   Jerry
Elizabeth Walsh   ...   Emily
Michael Vollans   ...   Blue Team Kid
Paul O'Sullivan   ...   Bernard Louffier
Lawrence Dane   ...   Mr. Kensington
Gerard Parkes   ...   St. Bart's Priest
Gina Clayton   ...   Muffy Bilderberg
Doug O'Keeffe   ...   Craig Bilderberg
Mark Huisman   ...   Waiter at Party
Marilyn Boyle   ...   Miss Van Dyke
Ernie Grunwald   ...   Harry Butkis
Ellen Ray Hennessy   ...   Fanny Butkis
Dov Tiefenbach   ...   Harry Butkis, Jr.
Annick Obonsawin   ...   Brenda Butkis
Austin Pool   ...   Billy Butkis
Andre Lorant   ...   Bobby Butkis
Philip Williams   ...   Airport Tractor Driver
Vito Rezza   ...   Butkis' Neighbor


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