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FILM Roxanne


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First showing on network television of this romantic comedy, featuring the star of My Blue Heaven and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Steve Martin
Also starring
Daryl Hannah
The small town of Nelson,
Washington has lush mountain views but the most spectacular view is of the astonishingly large nose of Nelson's beloved fire chief
C D Bales. One evening C D's spectacular proboscis leads him to the helpless figure of beautiful Roxanne Kowalski cowering naked in the bushes and he is instantly smitten.
Screenplay by Steve Martin based on the play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand Director Fred Schepisi ● FILMS: pages 51-64


Unknown: Steve Martin
Unknown: Daryl Hannah
Unknown: Roxanne Kowalski
Unknown: Steve Martin
Unknown: Edmond Rostand
Director: Fred Schepisi
CD Bales: Steve Martin
Roxanne: Daryl Hannah
Chris: Rick Rossovich
Dixie: Shelley Duvall
Chuck: John Kapelos
Major Deebs: Fred Willard
Dean: Max Alexander
Andy: Michael J Pollard
Ralston: Steve Mittleman
Jerry: Damon Wayans
Trent: Matt Lattanzi

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