{"title":"The Art Of The Dying","dateDebut":"1990","dateEnd":null,"description":"Wings Hauser both stars in and directs The Art of Dying. Hauser plays Jack, a vice cop who tries to unravel the mystery behind a series of murders in which each of the corpses has been found with stage makeup on its face. Turns out that the killer is Roscoe (Gary Werntz), a demented movie-maker whose overwhelming desire for realism has resulted in a variety of horrible deaths for his unwary actors. Each victim is dispatched in a manner evoking a famous film: one is killed in the shower, another dies while playing Russian Roulette a la The Deer Hunter, and so forth. \u00c3\u201a\u00e2\u20ac\u201d Hal Erickson \r\n \r\nAngela Rae - Summer \r\nJesse Sperling - Kid 1 \r\nVanessa Sperling - Kid 2 \r\nMichael J. Pollard - Delbert \r\nTony Longo - Victor \r\nSidney Lassick - Wally \r\nJean Levine - Rita \r\nOna Simms Wiegers - Donna \r\nT.C. Warner - Janet \r\nWings Hauser - Jack \r\nGary Werntz - Roscoe \r\nPam Dixon Mickelson - Wilma \r\nMary Bond Davis - Jessie \r\nSarah Douglas - Sarah \r\nMichael Easton - Bobby \r\nHenry Brown - Captain \r\nJorge Alvarez - Scarface \r\nChuck Lacey - Bookkeeper \r\nKathleen Kinmont - Holly \r\nScott Lowry - Preacher man \r\nBill Frenzer - Cowboy Bob \r\nRoger Hewlett - Crackman \r\nMitch Hara - Latin Jerry \r\n","leadImageMedUrl":null}