Further Tales of the City Trailer

Further Tales of the City Trailer (2001)

06 May 2001 Drama, Mystery, Romance 180 mins

This sequel to More Tales of the City finds Mary Ann (Laura Linney) struggling to advance in her new career on television, while Michael (Paul Hopkins) is playing the field after his break-up with Jon (Billy Campbell). After her divorce, Prue (Mary Kay Place) finds comfort in a mysterious stranger. DeDe (Barbara Garrick) returns with a revelation that could be the scoop Mary Ann has been waiting for.

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Cast

Laura Linney

as Mary Ann Singleton

Olympia Dukakis

as Mrs. Anna Madrigal

Paul Hopkins

as Michael 'Mouse' Tolliver

Barbara Garrick

as Deirdre 'DeDe' Ligon Halcyon Day

Jackie Burroughs

as Mona 'Mother Mucca' Ramsey

Mary Kay Place

as Prue Giroux

Whip Hubley

as Brian Hawkins

Bruce McCulloch

as Father Sean 'Paddy' P. Starr

International Releases Dates

United States 06 May 2001

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