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Hoods (5-Aug-1998)

Director: Mark Malone

Writer: Mark Malone

Music by: Anthony Marinelli

Producers: Robert Vince; William Vince

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joseph Maher
29-Dec-1933 17-Jul-1998 Chancellor Willoughby on Goode Behavior
Joe Mantegna
13-Nov-1947   David Rossi on Criminal Minds
Joe Pantoliano
12-Sep-1951   Ralph Cifaretto, Guido the killer pimp
Kevin Pollak
30-Oct-1957   Host of Celebrity Poker
Jennifer Tilly
16-Sep-1958   Bound, Monsters, Inc.


Joe Mantegna   ...   Angelo Martinelli
Kevin Pollak   ...   Rudy
Joe Pantoliano   ...   Charlie Flynn
Vincent Berry   ...   Carmine Dellarosa
Jennifer Tilly   ...   Mary
Robert Costanzo   ...   Mario
Richard Foronjy   ...   Tony
John Capodice   ...   Sammy
Rob LaBelle   ...   Jimmy
Joseph Maher   ...   Dr. Alstrich
Vincent Guastaferro   ...   Tow Truck Driver
Steven Ufford   ...   Rocky
Alex Diakun   ...   Jerry
Jerry Schram   ...   Benny
Andy Marshall   ...   Alphonse
Nathaniel DeVeaux   ...   Jefferson
Claudio DeVictor   ...   Jefferson's Victim
Bob Werner   ...   Dancing Patient
Yolanda Ulmer   ...   Receptionist
Todd Waite   ...   Harry
George Touliatos   ...   Frank
Jay Brazeau   ...   Johnny
Simon Glezos   ...   Santino
Sharlene Martin   ...   Lorrie
Craig Brunanski   ...   Guard 1
Bob Wilde   ...   Guard 2
Sharlyar Khademi   ...   Young Angelo
Dean Hinchey   ...   Young Louie
Tamara Guner   ...   Mrs. Martinelli


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