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A Hole in the Head (15-Jul-1959)

Director: Frank Capra

Writer: Arnold Schulman

From a play: A Hole in the Head by Arnold Schulman

Music: Nelson Riddle

Producer: Frank Capra

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carolyn Jones
Actor
28-Apr-1929 3-Aug-1983 Morticia on The Addams Family
James Komack
Actor
3-Aug-1924 24-Dec-1997 Norman Tinker on The Courtship of Eddie's Father
Joi Lansing
Actor
6-Apr-1929 7-Aug-1972 Gladys Flatt on The Beverly Hillbillies
Eleanor Parker
Actor
26-Jun-1922 9-Dec-2013 Interrupted Melody
Thelma Ritter
Actor
14-Feb-1905 4-Feb-1969 Stella in Rear Window
Edward G. Robinson
Actor
12-Dec-1893 26-Jan-1973 Key Largo
Frank Sinatra
Singer
12-Dec-1915 14-May-1998 It's Frank's world, we just live in it
Dub Taylor
Actor
26-Feb-1907 3-Oct-1994 Bonnie and Clyde
Keenan Wynn
Actor
27-Jul-1916 14-Oct-1986 Col. Bat Guano in Dr. Strangelove

CAST

Frank Sinatra   ...   Tony Manetta
Edward G. Robinson   ...   Mario Manetta
Eleanor Parker   ...   Eloise Rogers
Carolyn Jones   ...   Shirl
Thelma Ritter   ...   Sophie Manetta
Keenan Wynn   ...   Jerry Marks
with
Joi Lansing   ...   Dorine
Connie Sawyer   ...   Miss Wexler
James Komack   ...   Julius Manetta
Dub Taylor   ...   Fred
George DeWitt   ...   Mendy
Benny Rubin   ...   Abe Diamond
Ruby Dandridge   ...   Sally
B. S. Pully   ...   Hood
Joyce Nizzari   ...   Alice
Pupi Campo   ...   Master of Ceremonies
And Introducing
Eddie Hodges   ...   Ally Manetta

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