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Act One (26-Dec-1963)

Director: Dore Schary

Writer: Dore Schary

Based on a book: Act One by Moss Hart (memoir)

Music Composed and Conducted by: Skitch Henderson

Producer: Dore Schary

Keywords: Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bert Convy
Game Show Host
23-Jul-1933 15-Jul-1991 Host of Tattletales TV game show
David Doyle
Actor
1-Dec-1929 26-Feb-1997 Bosley on Charlie's Angels
Ruth Ford
Actor
7-Jul-1915 12-Aug-2009 American stage actress
George Hamilton
Actor
12-Aug-1939   Well-tanned celebrity
Jack Klugman
Actor
27-Apr-1922 24-Dec-2012 The Odd Couple
Jason Robards
Actor
26-Jul-1922 26-Dec-2000 All The President's Men
George Segal
Actor
13-Feb-1934   Fun with Dick and Jane
Eli Wallach
Actor
7-Dec-1915   The Magnificent Seven

CAST

Starring
George Hamilton   ...   Moss Hart
Jason Robards   ...   George S. Kaufman
Co-Starring
Jack Klugman   ...   Joe Hyman
Sam Levene   ...   Richard Maxwell
Ruth Ford   ...   Mrs. George S. Kaufman
Eli Wallach   ...   Warren Stone
with
Joseph Leon   ...   Max Seigel
George Segal   ...   Lester Sweyd
Martin Wolfson   ...   Mr. Hart
Sam Groom   ...   David Starr
Sammy Smith   ...   Sam H. Harris
Louise Larabee   ...   Clara Baum
and
David Doyle   ...   Oliver Fisher
Jonathan Lippe   ...   Teddy Manson
Bert Convy   ...   Archie Leach
Sylvia Straus   ...   Mrs. Hart
Arno Selco   ...   Bernie Hart
Allen Leaf   ...   Harry

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