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Cast

Character Actor
Himself Malcolm McDowell
Griffin Mill Tim Robbins
June Gudmundsdottir Greta Scacchi
Walter Stuckel Fred Ward
Detective Susan Avery Whoopi Goldberg
Larry Levy Peter Gallagher
Joel Levison Brion James

Directed by Robert Altman
Written by Michael Tolkin

Formats

VHS - NTSC/LD/DVD R1

Features on the Special Edition DVD:
Color, Closed-captioned
Commentary by director Robert Altman and screenwriter Michael Tolkin
Production notes 
Theatrical trailers
Robert Altman-Featurette
Five deleted scenes
Guide to cameo appearances in the movie
Widescreen anamorphic format 
Available Audio Tracks: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround) Available subtitles: English, Spanish, French

Notes

Pictures

Special Edition DVD Cover front

My Summary

Malcolm's smallest role to date, not even a role, it is just a cameo as himself. An hour into the movie, Griffin Mill (Tim Robbins) is walking through a hotel lobby. Malcolm is there with his wife Kelley and dog Angus. He recognizes Griffin,  approaches him and says "Listen, the next time you want to badmouth me, have the courage to do it to my face. You guys are all the same." It is based on a true story that happened to Malcolm.

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