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Strange Bedfellows (10-Feb-1965)

Director: Melvin Frank

Writers: Melvin Frank; Norman Panama; Michael Pertwee

Music: Leigh Harline

Producer: Melvin Frank

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bernard Fox
Actor
11-May-1927   Dr. Bombay on Bewitched
Rock Hudson
Actor
17-Nov-1925 2-Oct-1985 Ice Station Zebra
Edward Judd
Actor
4-Oct-1932 24-Feb-2009 First Men in the Moon
Nancy Kulp
Actor
28-Aug-1921 3-Feb-1991 Miss Jane Hathaway on Beverly Hillbillies
Gina Lollobrigida
Actor
4-Jul-1927   Beautiful but dangerous
Peggy Rea
Actor
31-Mar-1921 5-Feb-2011 Lulu Hogg on Dukes of Hazzard
Terry-Thomas
Actor
14-Jul-1911 8-Jan-1990 Private's Progress
Gig Young
Actor
4-Nov-1913 19-Oct-1978 They Shoot Horses, Don't They?

CAST

Rock Hudson   ...   Carter
Gina Lollobrigida   ...   Toni
Gig Young   ...   Richard Bramwell
Co-Starring
Edward Judd   ...   Harry Jones
with
Howard St. John   ...   J. L. Stevens
David King   ...   Toni's Taxi Driver
Peggy Rea   ...   Mavis
Joseph Sirola   ...   Petracini
Nancy Kulp   ...   Aggressive Woman
Lucy Landau   ...   Jolly Woman
Bernard Fox   ...   Policeman
Edith Atwater   ...   Mrs. Stevens
James McCallion   ...   Old Man
Hedley Mattingly   ...   Bagshott
John Orchard   ...   Radio Dispatcher
And Special Guest Stars
Arthur Haynes   ...   Carter's Taxi Driver
Terry-Thomas   ...   Assistant Mortician

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