Monday, October 27, 2008

Kevin Duhaney in "Crown Heights" (2004)

Kevin Duhaney (Ethan, Dino Thunder) plays a supporting role in the cable television movie "Crown Heights." The film centers around the unlikely friendship between T.J., an African American teenager and a Jewish teen living in a racially-charged neighborhood called Crown Heights. The film was based on true events surrounding the Crown Heights riots of 1991. The two teens become friends, as they bond over their love of hip-hop music and they are brought together to form a musical group by two community activists (played by Howie Mandel & Mario Van Peebles). Duhaney appears as Darren, a friend of T.J.'s who is resistant to the peace efforts, but eventually changes his way of thinking. Duhaney appears throughout the film. A full zip of his screencaps is available to download below.

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"Crown Heights" is available on DVD

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Paul Freeman in "The Devil's Arithmetic" (1999)

Paul Freeman (Ivan Ooze, MMPR: The Movie) played a supporting role in the 1999 cable television movie "The Devil's Arithmetic." The film centers on a teenaged girl (played by Kristen Dunst) who is resistant to the traditions of her Jewish faith until she is somehow transported back in time and forced to live through the atrocities that her relatives experienced. Freeman appears throughout the film as a Rabbi in the past who is taken to the interment camp as well. The rabbi tries to keep the faith of his people alive, through great despair, which includes him losing his wife and daughters when they are suspected of carrying disease. He later is forced to watch his son hanged for trying to escape the camp. Freeman appears in several scenes alongside the film's stars Kristen Dunst and Brittany Murphy.

"The Devil's Arithmetic" is available on DVD

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David de Lautour on "What I Like About You" - 4 (2004)

David de Lautour (RJ, Jungle Fury) continued his recurring role on "What I Like About You" into the fourth episode of Season 3. He reprises his role as Ben Sheffield, the musician and boyfriend of main character Holly Tyler (series star Amanda Bynes). In this episode, titled "God Help the Mister," Ben teams up with Rick, the fiance of Holly's big sister Val to try to get the sisters talking again, after the rift caused by Holly dropping out of college in the previous episode to become Ben's manager. David appears in only a few scenes of the episode which focuses on the relationship between the sisters.

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Sean Cw Johnson on "7th Heaven" (2002)

Former Red Ranger Sean Cw Johnson (Carter, Lightspeed) appeared on the long-running family drama "7th Heaven" during its sixth season. Johnson played Doug in the episode "Holy War: Part 1" which centers on the upcoming wedding of the oldest Camden child, Matt (series regular Barry Watson). Matt's younger sister Lucy (series regular Beverley Mitchell) heads to the airport to pick up her grandparents whose flight is delayed. While she's waiting she meets Doug, a handsome young man with an instant attraction to her. Doug asks Lucy to keep him company as they both wait for the flight and she ends up inviting him to her brother's wedding, despite having a long-distance boyfriend. Doug never makes it to the wedding, since Lucy cancels on him when her boyfriend arrives at the last minute. Johnson doesn't appear in the second part of the episode. He is the third former Ranger featured on the blog for appearing on "7th Heaven." Christopher Khayman Lee and Deborah Estelle Phillips were previously posted.

Season 6 of "7th Heaven" is available on DVD

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Dwayne Cameron, Antonia Prebble & Beth Allen on "The Tribe" - 14 (1999)

Episode #52 of "The Tribe" was the finale of the first series and found the Mallrats traveling to Eagle Mountain, hoping to find information on the cure for the virus that killed all of the adults of the world. They run into trouble but are rescued by Bray, played by Dwayne Cameron (Tyzonn, Overdrive), who had been captured by the villainous Locos several episodes before. Bray doesn't come alone, though. He brings the meddlesome Ebony, the Locos' former leader, which angers Amber, played by Beth Allen (Vella, Overdrive), who believes that Bray has betrayed her and gotten together with Ebony. Along the way, Amber is comforted by her best friend Trudy, played by Antonia Prebble (Clare, Mystic Force), who told Bray how to find the tribe and Amber. In the end, the two sort out the misunderstanding and find themselves back in love on Eagle Mountain. Their romance would again be short-lived. In the first episode of Series 2, an explosion destroys the Eagle Mountain observatory and Amber is killed. Beth Allen doesn't appear in any new footage in that episode.

Dwayne Cameron

Antonia Prebble

Beth Allen

Season 1 of "The Tribe" is available on DVD (Non-US)

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* Note - For variety's sake, the next post from "The Tribe" will pick up during the show's third series/season, since Series 2 features only Dwayne Cameron & Antonia Prebble.