Shotgun Wedding Trailer

Shotgun Wedding Trailer (1993)

11 September 1993 94 mins

Shotgun Wedding is a 1993 Australian film based on the Wally Melish siege.

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Cast

Aden Young

as Jimmy Becker

Zoe Carides

as Helen Llewelyn

John Walton

as Det. Frank Taylor

Marshall Napier

as Det. Dave Green

John Clayton

as Supt. Church

Paul Chubb

as Geoffrey Dinkwater

Yves Stening

as Peter Bingham

Richard Healy

as Brian Alcot

Andrew S. Gilbert

as Bruce Llewellyn

Sean Scully

as Det. Craig Haker

Vince Sorrenti

as Det. Mario Bonelli

Jeff Truman

as Det. Ted Jones

Mary Regan

as Dr. Wainwright

Bill Hunter

as Police Comm. Andrews

Crew

Paul Harmon

Director

International Releases Dates

Canada 11 September 1993

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