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Modern Problems (25-Dec-1981)

Director: Ken Shapiro

Writers: Ken Shapiro; Tom Sherohman; Arthur Sellers

Music by: Dominic Frontiere

Producers: Alan Greisman; Michael Shamberg

Keywords: Comedy, Telekinesis

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Nell Carter
13-Sep-1948 23-Jan-2003 Housekeeper on Gimme A Break
Chevy Chase
8-Oct-1943   He is, you're not
Dabney Coleman
3-Jan-1932   Moustache from 9 To 5
Henry Corden
6-Jan-1920 19-May-2005 Hanna-Barbara voice actor
Patti D'Arbanville
25-May-1951   Rose Boscorelli on Third Watch
Brian Doyle-Murray
31-Oct-1945   SNL
Mary Kay Place
23-Sep-1947   Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman


Chevy Chase   ...   Max Fielder
Patti D'Arbanville   ...   Darcy
Mary Kay Place   ...   Lorraine
Nell Carter   ...   Dorita
Brian Doyle-Murray   ...   Brian Stills
Mitch Kreindel   ...   Barry
Dabney Coleman   ...   Mark Winslow
Arthur Sellers   ...   Mobile Supervisor
Sandy Helberg   ...   Pete
Neil Thompson   ...   Controller #1
Carl Irwin   ...   Controller #2
Ron House   ...   Vendor
Buzzy Linhart   ...   The Tile Man
Henry Corden   ...   Dubrovnik
Christine Nazareth   ...   Redhead
Luke Andreas   ...   Tough Guy
Jan Speck   ...   Brunette
Vincenzo Gagliardi   ...   Singer
François Cartier   ...   Pianist
Pat Proft   ...   Maitre D'
Jim Hudson   ...   Doctor
Tom Sherohman   ...   Waiter
Frank Birney   ...   Man in Lobby
Reid Olson   ...   Principal Dancer


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