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Temptation

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Directed by

Kim Caviness

Starring

Actor
Character
Annette O'Toole
Nora
Lyn Vaus
Phil
Wind / Morgan
H. Jon Benjamin
Kevin
Lyle Kanouse
Nick Mason
Annette Murphy
Rita
Vince Grant
Manager
Al DAndrea
Lawyer
Kathryn Tucker
Amanda
Alexandra Harlan
Lynda Rebar
David Jean Thomas
Dick Paradise
Randy West
Himself
Bridget Powers
Rita's Porn Partner
Kiki DAire
Poolside Porn Star
Susan Morgenstern
Airport Wife
John Harnagel
Airport Husband
Benton Jennings
Butler
Pamela Paulshock
Beautiful Thing
Lee Grodsky
Rich Dude
Peter Downing
Reporter
Jonathan Light
Other Reporter
Kyle Moore
Other Reporter
Bruce Saunders
Neighbor
Gregory Phelan
Sitcom Friend
Christopher Brookfield
Sitcom Perfect Guy
Henry Griffin
Aryan Youth
Ruben Amian
Corner Store Clerk
Ali Akbarzadeh
Corner Store Clerk
Kevin Patrick Kelly
Chauffeur
Natanya Marks
Rita's Personal Assistant
Vincent Lappas
Rita's Boyfriend
Jani Blom
Gaia Player
Susan Hanfield
Gaia Player
Caroline Ilea
Gaia Player
Heather Lake
Gaia Player
Bill Lippincott
Bob Sweeney
Lynn Meneses
Gaia Player
Woody Schultz
Gaia Player
Stephen Stapinski
Gaia Player
Daniel Hepner
Reporter
Marlene Sharp
Reporter
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Year: 2003
 86 minutes (1 hrs 26 mins)
US release date US release: 1st April 2003

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