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Something to Talk About (4-Aug-1995)

Director: Lasse Hallstrom

Writer: Callie Khouri

Music by: Hans Zimmer; Graham Preskett

Producers: Paula Weinstein; Anthea Sylbert

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Brett Cullen
26-Aug-1956   Dan Fixx on Falcon Crest
Robert Duvall
5-Jan-1931   Tom Hagen in The Godfather
Dennis Quaid
9-Apr-1954   Any Given Sunday
Julia Roberts
28-Oct-1967   Pretty Woman
Gena Rowlands
19-Jun-1930   A Woman Under The Influence
Kyra Sedgwick
19-Aug-1965   The Closer
Muse Watson
20-Jul-1948   Mike Franks on NCIS


Julia Roberts   ...   Grace
Robert Duvall   ...   Wyly King
Gena Rowlands   ...   Georgia King
Kyra Sedgwick   ...   Emma Rae
Brett Cullen   ...   Jamie Johnson
Dennis Quaid   ...   Eddie
Haley Aull   ...   Caroline
Anne Shropshire   ...   Aunt Rae
Muse Watson   ...   Hank Corrigan
Ginnie Randall   ...   Eula
Terrence P. Currier   ...   Dr. Frank Lewis
Rebecca Koon   ...   Barbaranelle
Rhoda Griffis   ...   Edna
Lisa Roberts   ...   Kitty
Deborah Hobart   ...   Lorene Tuttle
Amy Parrish   ...   Lucy
Helen Baldwin   ...   Mary Jane
Libby Whittemore   ...   Nadine
Punky Leonard   ...   Norma Leggett
Michael Flippo   ...   Sonny
Beau Holden   ...   Frank
Noreen Reardon   ...   June
Bennie L. Jenkins   ...   Dub
Rusty Hendrickson   ...   Harry
J. Don Ferguson   ...   Announcer
Mary Nell Santacroce   ...   Mrs. Pinkerton
Shannon Eubanks   ...   Jessie Gaines
Jamye Price   ...   Anne
Brinley Arden Vickers   ...   College Friend


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