Starring John Leguizamo, Jeffrey Jones, Edoardo Ballerini, Tammy Townsend, Aries Spears and Joe Morton, "The Pest" (also known as "Jagd auf das Chamäleon") is a Comedy film directed by Paul Miller, and written by David Bar Katz (screenplay), released in the USA on February 07 of 1997.
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Who directed "The Pest":
The Pest was directed by Paul Miller, a producer, actor, and director.
What was the release date of "The Pest":
The Pest was first released on Friday, February 07, 1997, in the United States. Also released on this day were The Beautician and the Beast (dir. Ken Kwapis) and Dante's Peak (dir. Roger Donaldson). This was twenty (20) years ago.
It has been released on March, 1998 in the United Kingdom; Tuesday, March 03, 1998 in Spain and on Friday, April 24, 1998 in Japan.
What is the cast of "The Pest":
At the casting of The Pest we find John Leguizamo, previously seen in The Fan (1996) and Executive Decision (1996); Jeffrey Jones (Flypaper (1997), The Crucible (1996)); Edoardo Ballerini (5 Dead on the Crimson Canvas (1996), I Shot Andy Warhol (1996)) [ more... ]
- John Leguizamo, Joe Morton and Charles Hallahan have all also be seen in Executive Decision, released in 1996.
- Jeffrey Jones and John Leguizamo can be seen in One for the Money, released in 2011.
- John Leguizamo and Charles Hallahan also appeared in The Fan, released in 1996.
- Charles Hallahan and Les Lannom also appeared in Silkwood, released in 1983.
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