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General Admission Harrison Young Harrison Young ... 2 of 3 found this interesting | Share this The Wall Street station scenes were filmed at the Union Square station on the IRT Lexington Ave. The 33rd Street station is the real one, on the same line. Release: Greenlit by David Puttnam of Columbia Pictures, the president was ousted two weeks after production began, and the subsequent regime at the studio, according to Guest, were unable to figure out what could be done with the film. Kris Pearn as Shrimpanzees,[10] Sentinel Peter, and Labcoat Jenny. Sentinel Peter / Labcoat Jenny (voice) Craig Kellman Craig Kellman ... They each attempt to start life afresh and use new partners, Lincoln and Margo, as a means of competing irresponsibly for custody of Maisie. Boy Outside Jewelry Shop Paul Sincoff Paul Sincoff ...

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