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Benji (17-Oct-1974)

Director: Joe Camp

Writer: Joe Camp

Music by: Euwel Box

Producer: Joe Camp

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Dog

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frances Bavier
14-Dec-1902 6-Dec-1989 Aunt Bee on The Andy Griffith Show
Peter Breck
13-Mar-1929 6-Feb-2012 Shock Corridor
Edgar Buchanan
20-Mar-1903 4-Apr-1979 Uncle Joe Carson on Petticoat Junction
Christopher Connelly
8-Sep-1941 7-Dec-1988 Norman Harrington on Peyton Place
Tom Lester
23-Sep-1938   Eb Dawson on Green Acres
Herb Vigran
5-Jun-1910 29-Nov-1986 Television character actor
Deborah Walley
12-Aug-1943 10-May-2001 Gidget Goes Hawaiian


Peter Breck   ...   Dr. Chapman
Christopher Connelly   ...   Henry
Patsy Garrett   ...   Mary
Tom Lester   ...   Riley
Mark Slade   ...   Mitch
Herb Vigran   ...   Lt. Samuels
Deborah Walley   ...   Linda
Special Guest Appearances
Frances Bavier   ...   Lady with the Cat
Edgar Buchanan   ...   Bill
Terry Carter   ...   Officer Tuttle
Cynthia Smith   ...   Cindy
Allen Fiuzat   ...   Paul
Ed DeLatte   ...   Bob Fielding
Rene Marrou   ...  
Biff Painter   ...  
Victor Raider-Wexler   ...   Payton Murrah
Charles Starkey   ...   Custodian
Larry Swartz   ...   Floyd
J. D. Young   ...   Second Policeman
Erwin Hearne   ...   Mr. Harvey
Katie Hearne   ...   Mrs. Harvey
Don Puckett   ...   Plainclothesman
Ben Vaughn   ...   Man
Joey Camp   ...   Newspaper Boy
Vicki Vanston   ...   Girl
Jacqueline Ann Smith   ...   Girl
Bill King   ...   Groundskeeper
Robert Thomas   ...   Second Custodian


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