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Leave 'em Laughing (29-Apr-1981)

Director: Jackie Cooper

Writers: Cynthia Mandelberg; Peggy Chantler Dick

Producer: Julian Fowles

Keywords: Drama, Biography, Clowns, Terminal Illness

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Red Buttons
Actor
5-Feb-1919 13-Jul-2006 They Shoot Horses Don't They?
Elisha Cook, Jr.
Actor
26-Dec-1903 18-May-1995 The Maltese Falcon
Allen Garfield
Actor
22-Nov-1939   Cry Uncle!
Anne Jackson
Actor
3-Sep-1926   Folks!
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920 6-Apr-2014 Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Carol Ann Susi
Actor
?   Mrs. Wolowitz on The Big Bang Theory
William Windom
Actor
28-Sep-1923 16-Aug-2012 Glen Morley on The Farmer's Daughter

CAST

Mickey Rooney   ...   Jack Thum
Guest Starring
Anne Jackson   ...   Shirlee
Allen Garfield   ...   Dr. Abrahms
Starring
Elisha Cook, Jr.   ...   Jetter
Michael Le Clair   ...   Tommy
Special Appearance by
William Windom   ...   Smiley Jenkins
Special Guest Star
Red Buttons   ...   Roland
Co-Starring
Carol Ann Susi   ...   Gina
Bruce French   ...   McClain
DeVoreaux White   ...   Ralph
Featuring
Adrienne Kingman   ...   Alice
Jan Stratton   ...   Nurse #1
Candida Mobley   ...   Nurse #2
Gary Miller   ...   Jeff
Joseph Pon   ...   Ringmaster
Dick Paxton   ...   Man
Dione Paray   ...   Trapeze Lady
William MacCabe   ...   Clown
and
Danny and Scotty Lance   ...   Zooky

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