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Palm Springs Weekend (5-Nov-1963)

Director: Norman Taurog

Writer: Earl Hamner, Jr.

Music by: Frank Perkins

Producer: Michael A. Hoey

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

Warner television stars slightly too old to play college kids head over to Palm Beach in a 1963 Thunderbird roadster for Easter weekend break, and pursue romantic engagements. Clean fun from the pre-British Invasion era.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Conrad
Actor
1-Mar-1929   Wild Wild West
Carole Cook
Actor
1928   The Incredible Mr. Limpet
Troy Donahue
Actor
27-Jan-1936 2-Sep-2001 A Summer Place
Andrew Duggan
Actor
28-Dec-1923 15-May-1988 Bourbon Street Beat
Ty Hardin
Actor
1-Jan-1930   Bronco
Bill Mumy
Actor
1-Feb-1954   Will Robinson on Lost in Space
Stefanie Powers
Actor
2-Nov-1942   Hart to Hart
Connie Stevens
Singer
8-Aug-1938   Hawaiian Eye
Jerry Van Dyke
Actor
27-Jul-1931   Assistant Coach on Coach
Jack Weston
Actor
21-Aug-1924 3-May-1996 Wait Until Dark

CAST

Starring
Troy Donahue   ...   Jim Munroe
Connie Stevens   ...   Gayle Lewis
Ty Hardin   ...   Stretch Fortune
Stefanie Powers   ...   Bunny Dixon
Robert Conrad   ...   Eric Dean
Andrew Duggan   ...   Chief Dixon
Jack Weston   ...   Coach Campbell
Carole Cook   ...   Mrs. Yates
Jerry Van Dyke   ...   Biff Roberts
with
Zeme North   ...   Amanda North
Bill Mumy   ...   Boom Boom
Dorothy Green   ...   Cora Dixon
Robert Gothie   ...   Gabby
Greg Benedict   ...   Hap
Gary Kincaid   ...   Fred
Mark Dempsey   ...   Mike
Jim Shane   ...   Dave

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