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Teddy Bears' Picnic (29-Mar-2002)

Director: Harry Shearer

Writer: Harry Shearer

Keywords: Juvenile

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dick Butkus
Football
9-Dec-1942   Middle linebacker, Chicago Bears
Morgan Fairchild
Actor
3-Feb-1950   Jordan Roberts on Falcon Crest
Henry Gibson
Actor
21-Sep-1935 14-Sep-2009 Laugh-In
Howard Hesseman
Actor
27-Feb-1940   Dr. Johnny Fever on WKRP in Cincinnati
John Michael Higgins
Actor
12-Feb-1963   The Late Shift
Justin Kirk
Actor
28-May-1969   Angels in America
Robert Mandan
Actor
2-Feb-1932   Chester Tate on Soap
Kenneth Mars
Actor
14-Apr-1936 12-Feb-2011 The Producers
Peter Marshall
Game Show Host
30-Mar-1930   The Hollywood Squares
Michael McKean
Actor
17-Oct-1947   This Is Spinal Tap, SNL
Larry Miller
Comic
15-Oct-1953   Michael Dobson on Law & Order
Ming-Na
Actor
20-Nov-1963   ER, voice of Mulan
John O'Hurley
Actor
9-Oct-1954   J. Peterman on Seinfeld
Super Dave Osborne
Daredevil
20-Nov-1942   Underwhelming daredevil
Julie Payne
Actor
11-Sep-1946   Improv and voice actress
David Rasche
Actor
7-Aug-1944   Sledge Hammer!
Harry Shearer
Comic
23-Dec-1943   Almost half the voices on The Simpsons
Kurtwood Smith
Actor
3-Jul-1943   Red on That 70's Show
Brenda Strong
Actor
25-Mar-1960   Desperate Housewives
Alan Thicke
Actor
1-Mar-1947   Growing Pains
George Wendt
Actor
17-Oct-1948   Norm on Cheers
Fred Willard
Actor
18-Sep-1933   Fernwood 2night

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