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The Fortune (20-May-1975)

Director: Mike Nichols

Writer: Carole Eastman (as "Adrien Joyce")

Music Adapted by: David Shire

Producers: Mike Nichols; Don Devlin

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Warren Beatty
Actor
30-Mar-1937   Dick Tracy
Stockard Channing
Actor
13-Feb-1944   The First Lady on The West Wing
Scatman Crothers
Jazz Musician
23-May-1910 22-Nov-1986 Jazz musician and actor
John Fiedler
Actor
3-Feb-1925 25-Jun-2005 Voice of Piglet
Christopher Guest
Actor
5-Feb-1948   This Is Spinal Tap
Jack Nicholson
Actor
22-Apr-1937   Chinatown
Richard B. Shull
Actor
24-Feb-1929 14-Oct-1999 Holmes and Yo-Yo
Florence Stanley
Actor
1-Jul-1924 3-Oct-2003 Bernice Fish
Dub Taylor
Actor
26-Feb-1907 3-Oct-1994 Bonnie and Clyde
Ian Wolfe
Actor
4-Nov-1896 23-Jan-1992 Bedlam

CAST

Jack Nicholson   ...   Oscar
Warren Beatty   ...   Nicky
With
Stockard Channing   ...   Freddie
Florence Stanley   ...   Mrs. Gould
Richard B. Shull   ...   Chief Detective
Tom Newman   ...   John the Barber
John Fiedler   ...   Photographer
Scatman Crothers   ...   Fisherman
Ian Wolfe   ...   Justice of the Peace
Rose Michtom   ...   His Wife
Brian Avery   ...   Airline Steward
Dub Taylor   ...   Rattlesnake Tom
Nira Barab   ...   Girl Lover
Christopher Guest   ...   Boy Lover
Jim Antonio   ...   1st Policeman
Vic Vallaro   ...   2nd Policeman
Joe Tornatore   ...   Detective
Kathryn Grody   ...   Police Secretary
George Roberts   ...   Officer

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