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Love Is a Ball (24-Apr-1963)

Director: David Swift

Writers: David Swift; Tom Waldman; Frank Waldman

Based on a book: The Grand Duke and Mr. Pimm by Lindsay Hardy

Music by: Michel Legrand

Producer: Martin H. Poll

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Boyer
Actor
28-Aug-1899 26-Aug-1978 Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Glenn Ford
Actor
1-May-1916 30-Aug-2006 Gilda, Blackboard Jungle
Hope Lange
Actor
28-Nov-1931 19-Dec-2003 Peyton Place
Ruth McDevitt
Actor
13-Sep-1895 27-May-1976 Pistols 'n' Petticoats
Ricardo Montalban
Actor
25-Nov-1920 14-Jan-2009 Roarke on Fantasy Island
Telly Savalas
Actor
22-Jan-1922 22-Jan-1994 Kojak
John Wood
Actor
5-Jul-1930 6-Aug-2011 Dr. Falken in WarGames

CAST

Glenn Ford   ...   John Davis
Hope Lange   ...   Millie Mehaffey
Charles Boyer   ...   M. Etienne Pimm
co-starring
Ricardo Montalban   ...   Gaspard
Telly Savalas   ...   Dr. Gump
Ruth McDevitt   ...   Mathilda
and introducing
Ulla Jacobsson   ...   Janine
with
Georgette Anys   ...   Mlle. Gallou
Robert Bettoni   ...   Milkman
Mony Dalmes   ...   Mlle. Fernier
Laurence Hardy   ...   Priory
Jean Le Maitre   ...   Carlo
Andre Luguet   ...   Zoltan
Jean Paredes   ...   Freddie
Redmond Phillips   ...   Stacy
Erika Soucy   ...   Gretl
Aram Stephan   ...   Gallou
Olga Valery   ...   Mlle. Giardin
John Wood   ...   Soames
Jean-Pierre Zola   ...   Mueller

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