I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can Trailer

I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can Trailer (1982)

"The dramatic story of one woman's survival in a battle for her sanity...and her life!" 05 March 1982 Drama 107 mins

An adaptation of Barbara Gordon's nonfiction account of her addiction to Valium.

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Jill Clayburgh

as Barbara Gordon

Nicol Williamson

as Derek Bauer

Dianne Wiest

as Julie Addison

Joe Pesci

as Roger

Geraldine Page

as Jean Scott Martin

Albert Salmi

as Ben Martin

John Lithgow

as Mr. Brunner

Ellen Greene

as Karen Mulligan

Dan Hedaya

as Dr. Klein

Joseph Maher

as Dr. Kalman

Richard Masur

as Alan Newman

Kathleen Widdoes

as Dr. Rawlings

James Sutorius

as Sam Mulligan


International Releases Dates

United States 05 March 1982

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26 March 1982

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16 November 1982

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Taboo II Trailer (1982)

03 May 1982

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Sophie's Choice Trailer (1982)

08 December 1982

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The Party 2 Trailer (1982)

08 December 1982

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Tenebre Trailer (1982)

28 October 1982

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Cat People Trailer (1982)

02 April 1982

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E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Trailer (1982)

03 April 1982

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Poltergeist Trailer (1982)

29 October 1982

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Halloween III: Season of the Witch Trailer (1982)

22 October 1982

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26 June 1982

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