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Change of Habit (10-Nov-1969)

Director: William A. Graham

Writers: Eric Bercovici; John Joseph; James Lee; Richard Morris; S.S. Schweitzer

Music by: William Goldenberg

Producer: Joe Connelly

Keywords: Musical Comedy, Nuns

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ed Asner
Actor
15-Nov-1929   Lou Grant
Richard Carlson
Actor
29-Apr-1912 24-Nov-1977 The Creature from the Black Lagoon
Leora Dana
Actor
1-Apr-1923 13-Dec-1983 Some Came Running
Robert Emhardt
Actor
24-Jul-1914 26-Dec-1994 The Intruder
Ruth McDevitt
Actor
13-Sep-1895 27-May-1976 Pistols 'n' Petticoats
Barbara McNair
Singer
4-Mar-1934 4-Feb-2007 You're Gonna Love My Baby
Mary Tyler Moore
Actor
29-Dec-1936   The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Elvis Presley
Singer
8-Jan-1935 16-Aug-1977 Rock and roll icon
Regis Toomey
Actor
13-Aug-1898 12-Oct-1991 Burke's Law
Virginia Vincent
Actor
3-May-1924   I Want to Live!

CAST

Elvis Presley   ...   Dr. John Carpenter
Mary Tyler Moore   ...   Sister Michelle
Co-Starring
Barbara McNair   ...   Sister Irene
And Introducing
Jane Elliot   ...   Sister Barbara
with
Leora Dana   ...   Mother Joseph
Ed Asner   ...   Lt. Moretti
Robert Emhardt   ...   The Banker
Regis Toomey   ...   Fr. Gibbons
Doro Merande   ...   Rose
Ruth McDevitt   ...   Lily
Richard Carlson   ...   Bishop Finley
Nefti Millet   ...   Julio Hernandez
Laura Figueroa   ...   Desiree
Lorena Kirk   ...   Amanda
Virginia Vincent   ...   Miss Parker
David Renard   ...   Colom
Ji-Tu Cumbuka   ...   Hawk
Bill Elliott   ...   Robbie
Rodolfo Hoyos   ...   Mr. Hernandez

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