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The World of Henry Orient (19-Mar-1964)

Director: George Roy Hill

Writers: Nora Johnson; Nunnally Johnson

From novel: The World of Henry Orient by Nora Johnson

Music by: Elmer Bernstein

Producer: Jerome Hellman

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Bosley
Actor
1-Oct-1927 19-Oct-2010 Dad on Happy Days
Peter Duchin
Pianist
28-Jul-1937   Rebel Rouser
John Fiedler
Actor
3-Feb-1925 25-Jun-2005 Voice of Piglet
Angela Lansbury
Actor
16-Oct-1925   Murder She Wrote
Al Lewis
Actor
30-Apr-1923 3-Feb-2006 Grandpa on The Munsters
Bibi Osterwald
Actor
3-Feb-1918 2-Jan-2002 Bridget Loves Bernie
Paula Prentiss
Actor
4-Mar-1938   What's New, Pussycat?
Peter Sellers
Actor
8-Sep-1925 24-Jul-1980 Inspector Clouseau
Merrie Spaeth
Business
23-Aug-1948   PR guru for Reagan, Swift Boat Vets
Phyllis Thaxter
Actor
20-Nov-1921 14-Aug-2012 The World of Henry Orient

CAST

Peter Sellers   ...   Henry Orient
Paula Prentiss   ...   Stella
Angela Lansbury   ...   Isabel Boyd
Co-Starring
Tom Bosley   ...   Frank Boyd
Phyllis Thaxter   ...   Mrs. Avis Gilbert
Bibi Osterwald   ...   Boothy Booth
Introducing
Merrie Spaeth   ...   Gil Gilbert
Tippy Walker   ...   Val Boyd
Featuring
John Fiedler   ...   Sidney
Al Lewis   ...   Store Owner
Peter Duchin   ...   Joe Byrd
Fred Stewart   ...   Doctor
with
Philippa Bevans   ...  
Jerry Jerrett   ...  
Jane Buchanan   ...  
Peter Turgeon   ...  
William Hinnant   ...  
Colin Romoff   ...  
William Le Massena   ...  
Claudia Morgan   ...  

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