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The Firm

The Firm
Directed by
Sydney Pollack
Jeanne Tripplehorn
Gene Hackman
Hal Holbrook
Terry Kinney
Wilford Brimley
Ed Harris
Holly Hunter
David Strathairn
Gary Busey
Steven Hill
Tobin Bell
Barbara Garrick
Jerry Hardin
Paul Calderon
Jerry Weintraub
Sullivan Walker
Karina Lombard
Margo Martindale
John Beal
Dean Norris
Lou Walker
Debbie Turner
Tommy Cresswell
David A. Kimball
Don Jones
Michael Allen
Levi Frazier Jr.
Brian Casey
William J. Parham
Victor Nelson
Richard Ranta
Janie Paris
Frank Crawford
Bart Whiteman
David Dwyer
Mark W. Johnson
Jerry Chipman
Jimmy Lackie
Afemo Omilami
Clint Smith
Susan Elliott
Erin Branham
Ed Connelly
Joey Anderson
Deborah Thomas
Tommy Matthews
Chris Schadrack
Jeffrey Buckner Ford
Jonathan Kaplan
Rebecca Glenn
Terri Welles
Greg Goossen
Jeane Aufdenberg
Bill Booth
The Lannie McMillan Quartet
Ollie Nightingale
Teenie Hodges
Little Jimmy King
James White
Andy Armstrong
Ken Axmaker Jr.
Harry Dach
Julia Hayes
Ted Kraus
Tom McCrory
Yvonne Sayers
Ron Clinton Smith
Paul Sorvino
Scott Sumers
Joe Viterelli
S.A. Weakley

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It is with much sadness to write about the passing of Apple founder Steve Jobs, as an almost obsessive follower of technology he has been one of a selected few who has given me something to think about for the last 10 years.

Lets not forget also the incredible effect he has had on the film industry. Jobs in 1988 saw a computer graphics company that George Lucus was going to close down, bought it for $10 million dollars and not only created one of the greatest film studios the world has seen, but also created a studio which has brought some of the best loved characters of the last 20years.

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UK BBFC Certificate: 18

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Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 10

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