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Poster of Ragtime

Ragtime

Release Date: 1981-11-20 (40 years ago)
Portrait of Brad DourifBrad Dourif
Younger Brother
Brad Dourif was:
Portrait of Howard RollinsHoward Rollins
Coalhouse Walker Jr.
Howard Rollins was:
Portrait of Elizabeth McGovernElizabeth McGovern
Evelyn Nesbit
Elizabeth McGovern was:
Portrait of Mary SteenburgenMary Steenburgen
Mother
Mary Steenburgen was:
Portrait of Moses GunnMoses Gunn
Booker T. Washington
Moses Gunn was:
Portrait of James CagneyJames Cagney
New York Police Commissioner Rhinelander Waldo
James Cagney was:
Portrait of Kenneth McMillanKenneth McMillan
Willie Conklin
Kenneth McMillan was:
Portrait of Pat O’BrienPat O’Brien
Delmas, Thaw's Lawyer
Pat O’Brien was:
Portrait of Donald O'ConnorDonald O'Connor
Evelyn's Dance Instructor
Donald O'Connor was:
Portrait of James OlsonJames Olson
Father
James Olson was:
Portrait of Mandy PatinkinMandy Patinkin
Tateh
Mandy Patinkin was:
Portrait of Debbie AllenDebbie Allen
Sarah
Debbie Allen was:
Portrait of Jeffrey DeMunnJeffrey DeMunn
Harry Houdini
Jeffrey DeMunn was:
Portrait of Robert JoyRobert Joy
Henry Thaw
Robert Joy was:
Portrait of Norman MailerNorman Mailer
Stanford White
Norman Mailer was:
Portrait of Bruce BoaBruce Boa
Jerome
Bruce Boa was:
Portrait of Hoolihand BurkeHoolihand Burke
Brigit
Hoolihand Burke was:
Portrait of Norman ChancerNorman Chancer
Gent No. 1 - Agent
Norman Chancer was:
Portrait of Edwin CooperEdwin Cooper
Grandfather
Edwin Cooper was:
Portrait of Jeff DanielsJeff Daniels
P.C. O'Donnell
Jeff Daniels was:
Portrait of Fran DrescherFran Drescher
Mameh
Fran Drescher was:
Portrait of Frankie FaisonFrankie Faison
Gang Member No. 1
Frankie Faison was:
Portrait of Hal GaliliHal Galili
Police Captain No. 1
Hal Galili was:
Portrait of Alan GiffordAlan Gifford
Judge
Alan Gifford was:
Portrait of Richard GriffithsRichard Griffiths
Delmas' Assistant No. 1
Richard Griffiths was:
Portrait of Samuel L. JacksonSamuel L. Jackson
Gang Member No. 2
Samuel L. Jackson was:
Portrait of Michael JeterMichael Jeter
Special Reporter
Michael Jeter was:
Portrait of Calvin LevelsCalvin Levels
Gang Member No. 3
Calvin Levels was:
Portrait of Bessie LoveBessie Love
Old Lady - T.O.C.
Bessie Love was:
Portrait of Christopher MalcolmChristopher Malcolm
Police Captain No. 2
Christopher Malcolm was:
Portrait of Herman MecklerHerman Meckler
Vernon Elliott
Herman Meckler was:
Portrait of Billy J. MitchellBilly J. Mitchell
Delmas' Assistant No. 2
Billy J. Mitchell was:
Portrait of Jenny NicholsJenny Nichols
Little Girl
Jenny Nichols was:
Portrait of Max NicholsMax Nichols
Little Boy
Max Nichols was:
Portrait of Zack NormanZack Norman
Gent No. 2 - Manager
Zack Norman was:
Portrait of Eloise TaylorEloise Taylor
Mrs. Thaw
Eloise Taylor was:
Portrait of Don PlumleyDon Plumley
Inspector McNeil
Don Plumley was:
Portrait of Ted RossTed Ross
Black Lawyer
Ted Ross was:
Portrait of Dorsey WrightDorsey Wright
Gang Member No. 4
Dorsey Wright was:
Portrait of Robert ArdenRobert Arden
Foreman of the Jury
Robert Arden was:
Portrait of Robert BoydRobert Boyd
Teddy Roosevelt
Robert Boyd was:
Portrait of Thomas A. CarlinThomas A. Carlin
Vice President Fairbanks
Thomas A. Carlin was:
Portrait of John ClarksonJohn Clarkson
Plainclothes Detective No. 1
John Clarkson was:
Portrait of Brian F. DeanBrian F. Dean
Fireman No. 1
Brian F. Dean was:
Portrait of Harry DitsonHarry Ditson
County Clerk
Harry Ditson was:
Portrait of Robert DorningRobert Dorning
Gent with Stanford White
Robert Dorning was:
Portrait of Geoffrey GreenhillGeoffrey Greenhill
Police Guard - T.O.C.
Geoffrey Greenhill was:
Portrait of Ray HassettRay Hassett
Policeman No. 12
Ray Hassett was:
Portrait of Robert HittRobert Hitt
Plainclothes Detective No. 2
Robert Hitt was:
Portrait of Rodney JamesRodney James
Sleek Male Dancer
Rodney James was:
Portrait of George HarrisGeorge Harris
Band Leader - Clef Club
George Harris was:
Portrait of George J. ManosGeorge J. Manos
Novelty Shop Storeman
George J. Manos was:
Portrait of Val PringleVal Pringle
Clef Club Manager
Val Pringle was:
Portrait of Ron WeyandRon Weyand
Dr. Muller
Ron Weyand was:
Portrait of Sonny AbagnaleSonny Abagnale
Evelyn's Driver
Sonny Abagnale was:
Portrait of John AldersonJohn Alderson
Waldo's Aide No. 1
John Alderson was:
Portrait of Nesbitt BlaisdellNesbitt Blaisdell
Policeman No. 5
Nesbitt Blaisdell was:
Portrait of Chaim BlatterChaim Blatter
Rabbi
Chaim Blatter was:
Portrait of Donald BissetDonald Bisset
J.P. Morgan
Donald Bisset was:
Portrait of Josh ClarkJosh Clark
Fireman No. 3
Josh Clark was:
Portrait of Robert CoffinRobert Coffin
Desk Clerk
Robert Coffin was:
Portrait of Patrick ConnorPatrick Connor
Waldo's Aide No. 3
Patrick Connor was:
Portrait of Joel CutraraJoel Cutrara
Policeman No. 11
Joel Cutrara was:
Portrait of Jake DengelJake Dengel
Fireman No. 2
Jake Dengel was:
Portrait of Barry DennenBarry Dennen
Stage Manager
Barry Dennen was:
Portrait of Natalia DobrerNatalia Dobrer
Woman No. 1
Natalia Dobrer was:
Portrait of Daniel FoleyDaniel Foley
Stock Reporter
Daniel Foley was:
Portrait of Gretchen FranklinGretchen Franklin
Elderly Woman
Gretchen Franklin was:
Portrait of Pat GormanPat Gorman
Thug No. 2
Pat Gorman was:
Portrait of Guy GregoryGuy Gregory
Black Butler No. 2
Guy Gregory was:
Portrait of Dave GriffithsDave Griffiths
Thug No. 1
Dave Griffiths was:
Portrait of Jeff HardingJeff Harding
Policeman No. 13
Jeff Harding was:
Portrait of Robert HendersonRobert Henderson
Elderly Man
Robert Henderson was:
Portrait of Colette HillerColette Hiller
Lawyer's Female Companion No. 1
Colette Hiller was:
Portrait of Patrick M. HughesPatrick M. Hughes
Policeman No. 7
Patrick M. Hughes was:
Portrait of Elaine Ives-CameronElaine Ives-Cameron
Lawyer's Female Companion No. 2
Elaine Ives-Cameron was:
Portrait of Andreas KatsulasAndreas Katsulas
Policeman No. 3
Andreas Katsulas was:
Portrait of Douglas LambertDouglas Lambert
Police Sergeant
Douglas Lambert was:
Portrait of Pavel LandovskýPavel Landovský
Solomon Peretz
Pavel Landovský was:
Portrait of Norris MailerNorris Mailer
Lady with Stanford White
Norris Mailer was:
Portrait of Derek MartinDerek Martin
Waldo's Aide No. 2
Derek Martin was:
Portrait of Al MatthewsAl Matthews
Maitre D'
Al Matthews was:
Portrait of Stuart MilliganStuart Milligan
Marksman
Stuart Milligan was:
Portrait of Richard OldfieldRichard Oldfield
Stock Reporter
Richard Oldfield was:
Portrait of Nelly PolisskyNelly Polissky
Woman in Window
Nelly Polissky was:
Portrait of Mike PotterMike Potter
Thug No. 4
Mike Potter was:
Portrait of Anthony PowellAnthony Powell
Policeman No. 9
Anthony Powell was:
Portrait of Ethan PhillipsEthan Phillips
Guard at Family House
Ethan Phillips was:
Portrait of Joe PramlJoe Praml
Policeman No. 8
Joe Praml was:
Portrait of John RatzenbergerJohn Ratzenberger
Policeman
John Ratzenberger was:
Portrait of Bill ReimboldBill Reimbold
Gent No. 3 - Lawyer
Bill Reimbold was:
Portrait of Bob ShermanBob Sherman
Policeman No. 10
Bob Sherman was:
Portrait of Tony SibbaldTony Sibbald
Stock Reporter
Tony Sibbald was:
Portrait of Stan SimmonsStan Simmons
Thug No. 3
Stan Simmons was:
Portrait of John SterlandJohn Sterland
Library Guard
John Sterland was:
Portrait of Jan TřískaJan Tříska
Special Reporter
Jan Tříska was:
Portrait of Burnell TuckerBurnell Tucker
Reporter
Burnell Tucker was:
Portrait of Britt WalkerBritt Walker
Black Butler No. 1
Britt Walker was:
Portrait of Peter WhitmanPeter Whitman
Stock Reporter
Peter Whitman was:
Portrait of Edward WileyEdward Wiley
Conductor
Edward Wiley was:
Portrait of John CarrafaJohn Carrafa
Dancer (uncredited)
John Carrafa was:
Portrait of Nancy CohenNancy Cohen
Female Diner (uncredited)
Nancy Cohen was:
Portrait of Harry FielderHarry Fielder
Cop (uncredited)
Harry Fielder was:
Portrait of Jim FitzpatrickJim Fitzpatrick
Bail Clerk (uncredited)
Jim Fitzpatrick was:
Portrait of Robert HallakRobert Hallak
Phillip (uncredited)
Robert Hallak was:
Portrait of Warren KliewerWarren Kliewer
Man (uncredited)
Warren Kliewer was:
Portrait of Derek LyonsDerek Lyons
Assassin's Best Friend (uncredited)
Derek Lyons was:
Portrait of Louis MarinoLouis Marino
Jimmy Boy (uncredited)
Louis Marino was:
Portrait of Cathy MunroeCathy Munroe
Champagne Dancer (uncredited)
Cathy Munroe was:
Portrait of Chris ParsonsChris Parsons
Lower Class Workman (uncredited)
Chris Parsons was:
Portrait of Frank Patton IIIFrank Patton III
Arresting Police Officer (uncredited)
Frank Patton III was:
Portrait of Billie PerkinsBillie Perkins
Stroller (uncredited)
Billie Perkins was:
Portrait of Ilana RappIlana Rapp
Sister (uncredited)
Ilana Rapp was:
Portrait of Judi TrottJudi Trott
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Judi Trott was:
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