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Beach Ball (29-Sep-1965)

Director: Lennie Weinrib

Writer: Sam Locke (as "David Malcolm")

Music by: Frank Wilson

Producer: Bart Patton

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Florence Ballard
Singer
30-Jun-1943 22-Feb-1976 The Supremes
Brenda Benet
Actor
14-Aug-1945 7-Apr-1982 Days of Our Lives
Edd Byrnes
Actor
30-Jul-1933   Kookie on 77 Sunset Strip
Bobby Hatfield
Singer
10-Aug-1940 5-Nov-2003 The Righteous Brothers
Bill Medley
Singer/Songwriter
19-Sep-1940   The Righteous Brothers
Dick Miller
Actor
25-Dec-1928   A Bucket of Blood
Diana Ross
Singer
26-Mar-1944   Dominion over The Supremes
Frankie Valli
Singer
3-May-1934   And The Four Seasons
Mary Wilson
Singer
6-Mar-1944   The Supremes

CAST

starring
Edd Byrnes   ...   Dick
Chris Noel   ...   Susan
Robert Logan   ...   Bango
co-starring
Aron Kincaid   ...   Jack
Mikki Jamison   ...   Augusta
Don Edmonds   ...   Bob
Brenda Benet   ...   Samantha
with
Gail Gilmore   ...   Deborah
James Wellman   ...   Bernard Wolf
Anna Lavelle   ...   Polly
Jack Bernardi   ...   Mr. Wilk
Dick Miller   ...   First Cop
Bill Sampson   ...   Supporting Cast
Lee Krieger   ...   Supporting Cast
John Hyden   ...   Second Cop
guest stars
The Supremes   ...   Themselves
The Four Seasons   ...   Themselves
The Righteous Brothers   ...   Themselves
The Hondells   ...   Themselves
The Walker Brothers   ...   Themselves

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