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Petulia (10-Jun-1968)

Director: Richard Lester

Writers: Lawrence B. Marcus; Barbara Turner

From novel: Me and the Arch Kook Petulia by John Haase

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Barry

Producer: Raymond Wagner

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roger Bowen
Actor
25-May-1932 16-Feb-1996 Hamilton Majors, Jr. on Arnie
Richard Chamberlain
Actor
31-Mar-1935   Dr. Kildare and Shogun
Julie Christie
Actor
14-Apr-1941   Darling
Joseph Cotten
Actor
15-May-1905 6-Feb-1994 Jedidiah Leland in Citizen Kane
Richard Dysart
Actor
30-Mar-1929   Leland McKenzie on L.A. Law
Arthur Hill
Actor
1-Aug-1922 26-Oct-2006 Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law
Shirley Knight
Actor
5-Jul-1936   Sweet Bird of Youth
George C. Scott
Actor
18-Oct-1927 22-Sep-1999 Patton
Pippa Scott
Actor
10-Nov-1935   Cold Turkey
Kathleen Widdoes
Actor
21-Mar-1939   Emma on As the World Turns

CAST

Julie Christie   ...   Petulia
George C. Scott   ...   Archie
Co-Starring
Richard Chamberlain   ...   David
Arthur Hill   ...   Barney
Shirley Knight   ...   Polo
Pippa Scott   ...   May
Kathleen Widdoes   ...   Wilma
and
Joseph Cotten   ...   Mr. Danner
Roger Bowen   ...   Warren
Richard Dysart   ...   Motel Receptionist
Ruth Kobart   ...   Nun
Ellen Geer   ...   Nun
Lou Gilbert   ...   Mr. Howard
Nat Esformes   ...   Mr. Mendoza
Maria Val   ...   Mrs. Mendoza
Vincent Arias   ...   Oliver
Eric Weiss   ...   Michael
Kevin Cooper   ...   Stevie

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