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Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number! (1-Jun-1966)

Director: George E. Marshall

Writers: Burt Styler; Albert E. Lewin; George Kennett; George Beck

Music: Richard LaSalle; "By" Dunham

Producer: Edward Small

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cesare Danova
Actor
1-Mar-1926 19-Mar-1992 Mean Streets
Phyllis Diller
Comic
17-Jul-1917 20-Aug-2012 The original female stand-up comic
Bob Hope
Comic
29-May-1903 27-Jul-2003 Centenarian comic
Marjorie Lord
Actor
26-Jul-1918   Make Room for Daddy
Elke Sommer
Actor
5-Nov-1940   Deadlier Than the Male
Harry von Zell
Actor
11-Jul-1906 21-Nov-1981 You're in the Navy Now

CAST

Bob Hope   ...   Tom Meade
Elke Sommer   ...   Didi
Phyllis Diller   ...   Lily
Also Starring
Cesare Danova   ...   Pepe
Marjorie Lord   ...   Martha Meade
and Featuring
Kelly Thordsen   ...   Schwartz
Benny Baker   ...   Regan
Terry Burnham   ...   Doris Meade
Joyce Jameson   ...   Telephone operator
Harry von Zell   ...   Newscaster
Kevin Burchett   ...   Larry Meade
Keith Taylor   ...   Plympton
John Todd Roberts   ...   Newsboy

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 17-Aug-2005)

It has been years and years since I have seen this film but I still remember it. How could I forget Phyllis Diller asking Bob Hope if he likes her new hairdo and that she did it herself...to which he replies, "No wonder the egg beater is missing!" I am trying to find it on video but so far no luck.


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