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A Woman Under the Influence (12-Oct-1974)

Director: John Cassavetes

Writer: John Cassavetes

Music: Bo Harwood

Producer: Sam Shaw

Keywords: Drama, Mental Illness

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Peter Falk
16-Sep-1927 23-Jun-2011 Detective Columbo
Matthew Laborteaux
1-Dec-1966   Little House on the Prairie
Gena Rowlands
19-Jun-1930   A Woman Under The Influence


Peter Falk   ...   Nick Longhetti
Gena Rowlands   ...   Mabel Longhetti
Fred Draper   ...   George Mortensen
Lady Rowlands   ...   Martha Mortensen
Katherine Cassavetes   ...   Margaret Longhetti
Matthew Laborteaux   ...   Angelo Longhetti
Matthew Cassel   ...   Tony Longhetti
Christina Grisanti   ...   Maria Longhetti
O. G. Dunn   ...   Garson Cross
Mario Gallo   ...   Harold Jensen
Eddie Shaw   ...   Dr. Zepp
Angelo Grisanti   ...   Vito Grimaldi
Charles Horvath   ...   Eddie
James Joyce   ...   Bowman
John Finnegan   ...   Clancy
Vince Barbi   ...   Gino
Cliff Carnell   ...   Aldo
Frank Richards   ...   Adolph
Hugh Hurd   ...   Willie Johnson
Leon Wagner   ...   Billy Tidrow
Dominique Davalos   ...   Dominique Jensen
Xan Cassavetes   ...   Adrienne Jensen
Pancho Meisenheimer   ...   John Jensen
Sonny Aprile   ...   Aldo
Ellen Davalos   ...   Nancy
Joanne Moore Jordan   ...   Muriel
John Hawker   ...   Joseph Morton
Sil Words   ...   James Turner
Elizabeth Deering   ...   Angela
Jackie Peters   ...   Tina
Elsie Ames   ...   Principal
N. J. Cassavetes   ...   Adolph


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