Glam Trailer

Glam Trailer (1998)

08 May 1998 Drama 92 mins

Traveling from the backwoods to Los Angeles to visit his cousin, a writer discovers a world of sex, drugs, crime and violence revolving around a beautiful young woman and her mobster boyfriend.

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Cast

William McNamara

as Sonny Daye

Frank Whaley

as Franky Syde

Natasha Gregson Wagner

as Vanessa Mason

Tony Danza

as Sid Dalgren

Lou Cutell

as Sandy Silver

Thomas D. Adelman

as Bud Silver

Caroline Lagerfelt

as Joleen Lemon

Robert DoQui

as Don Mallon

Muriel Lynne

as Grandma

Jon Cryer

as Jimmy Pells

Ali MacGraw

as Lynn Travers

Donal Logue

as Tom Stone

Crew

Josh Evans

Director

Josh Evans

Josh Evans Producer

International Releases Dates

United States 08 May 1998

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