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Doctor, You've Got to Be Kidding! (28-Apr-1967)

Director: Peter Tewksbury

Writer: Phillip Shuken

From novel by: Patte Wheat Mahan

Music by: Kenyon Hopkins

Producer: Douglas Laurence

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bill Bixby
Actor
22-Jan-1934 21-Nov-1993 David Banner on The Incredible Hulk
Sandra Dee
Actor
23-Apr-1942 20-Feb-2005 Gidget
George Hamilton
Actor
12-Aug-1939   Well-tanned celebrity
Dwayne Hickman
Actor
18-May-1934   Dobie Gillis
Celeste Holm
Actor
29-Apr-1917 15-Jul-2012 Gentleman's Agreement
Allen Jenkins
Actor
9-Apr-1900 20-Jul-1974 American character actor
Dick Kallman
Actor
7-Jul-1933 22-Feb-1980 Hank
Mort Sahl
Comic
11-May-1927   Early influential stand-up comic
Charlotte Stewart
Actor
27-Feb-1941   Eva Beadle on Little House on the Prairie

CAST

starring
Sandra Dee   ...   Heather Halloran
George Hamilton   ...   Harlan Wycliff
co-starring
Celeste Holm   ...   Louise Halloran
Bill Bixby   ...   Dick Bender
Dick Kallman   ...   Pat Murad
Mort Sahl   ...   Mr. Dan Ruskin
with
Allen Jenkins   ...   Joe Bonney
Robert Gibbons   ...   Judge North
Med Flory   ...   Policeman
Scott White   ...   Policeman
and
Dwayne Hickman   ...   Hank Judson
Donald Mitchell   ...   Policeman
Nichelle Nichols   ...   Jenny Ribbock
Charlotte Stewart   ...   Miss Reynolds
Allison McKay   ...   Cigarette Girl

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