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How to Frame a Figg (1971)

Director: Alan Rafkin

Writers: George Tibbles; Edward J. Montagne; Don Knotts

Music: Vic Mizzy

Producer: Edward J. Montagne

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward Andrews
9-Oct-1914 8-Mar-1985 Sixteen Candles
John Archer
8-May-1915 3-Dec-1999 Destination Moon
Yvonne Craig
16-May-1937   Batgirl on Batman
Joe Flynn
8-Nov-1924 19-Jul-1974 Capt. Binghamton on McHale's Navy
Bob Hastings
18-Apr-1925   Lt. Carpenter on McHale's Navy
Elaine Joyce
19-Dec-1945   Match Game panelist
Don Knotts
21-Jul-1924 24-Feb-2006 Barney Fife on The Andy Griffith Show
Eddie Quillan
31-Mar-1907 19-Jul-1990 In 20 short films by Mack Sennett
Bill Quinn
6-May-1912 29-Apr-1994 Mr. Van Ranseleer on Archie Bunker's Place
Frank Welker
16-Feb-1945   Voice actor, Transformers


Don Knotts   ...   Hollis Figg
Elaine Joyce   ...   Ema Letha Kusic
Joe Flynn   ...   Kermit Sanderson
Edward Andrews   ...   Mayor Chisholm
Yvonne Craig   ...   Glorianna
Parker Fennelly   ...   Old Charley Spaulding
Bill Zuckert   ...   Commissioner Henderson
Robert P. Lieb   ...   Commissioner Hayes
Pitt Herbert   ...   Dr. Schmidt
James Millhollin   ...   Funeral Director
Bob Hastings   ...   Chris Groat
Fay DeWitt   ...   Grace
Bruce Kirby   ...   Dale Groat
Eddie Quillan   ...   Old Man
Benny Rubin   ...   Max
Billy Sands   ...   Bowling Alley Manager
Al Checco   ...   [Credit Only]
and introducing
Frank Welker   ...   Prentiss Gates
Stuart Nisbet   ...   Gentry Groat
Savannah Bentley   ...   Ethel Purvis
Athena Lorde   ...   Agnes
Bill Quinn   ...   Carmoni
John Archer   ...   Gerard
Clay Tanner   ...   Motorcycle Officer


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