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Fitzwilly (20-Dec-1967)

Director: Delbert Mann

Writer: Isobel Lennart

From novel: A Garden of Cucumbers by Poyntz Tyler

Music by: Johnny Williams

Producer: Walter Mirisch

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edith Evans
Actor
8-Feb-1888 14-Oct-1976 The Whisperers
Barbara Feldon
Actor
12-Mar-1933   Agent 99 on Get Smart
Norman Fell
Actor
24-Mar-1924 14-Dec-1998 Mr. Roper on Three's Company
John Fiedler
Actor
3-Feb-1925 25-Jun-2005 Voice of Piglet
Cecil Kellaway
Actor
22-Aug-1893 28-Feb-1973 Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
John McGiver
Actor
5-Nov-1913 9-Sep-1975 Midnight Cowboy
Anne Seymour
Actor
11-Sep-1909 8-Dec-1988 Character actress
Dick Van Dyke
Actor
13-Dec-1925   The Dick Van Dyke Show
Sam Waterston
Actor
15-Nov-1940   Asst DA Jack McCoy on Law & Order

CAST

Dick Van Dyke   ...   Fitzwilliam
Co-Starring
Barbara Feldon   ...   Juliet
John McGiver   ...   Albert
Harry Townes   ...   Mr. Nowell
John Fiedler   ...   Mr. Dunne
Norman Fell   ...   Oderblatz
with
Cecil Kellaway   ...   Buckmaster
Anne Seymour   ...   Grimsby
Stephen Strimpell   ...   Byron Casey
Sam Waterston   ...   Oliver
Helen Kleeb   ...   Mrs. Mortimer
Albert Carrier   ...   Pierre
Paul Reed   ...   Prettikin
Dennis Cooney   ...   Adams
Nelson Olmsted   ...   Simmons
Antony Eustrel   ...   Garland
Noam Pitlik   ...   Charles
and
Edith Evans   ...   Miss Victoria Woodworth
Karen Norris   ...   Kitty
Patience Cleveland   ...   Dolly
Lew Brown   ...   Frank
Monroe Arnold   ...   Goldfarb
Bob Williams   ...   Ryan

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