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Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River (19-Jun-1968)

Director: Jerry Paris

Writer: Max Wilk

From novel: Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River by Max Wilk

Music Composed and Conducted by: David Whitaker

Producer: Walter Shenson

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Bates
Actor
4-Dec-1920 11-Jan-1978 A Clockwork Orange
Bernard Cribbins
Actor
29-Dec-1928   The Mouse on the Moon
Jerry Lewis
Comic
16-Mar-1926   Muscular Dystrophy Association
Patricia Routledge
Actor
17-Feb-1929   Hetty Wainthropp
Terry-Thomas
Actor
14-Jul-1911 8-Jan-1990 Private's Progress

CAST

Jerry Lewis   ...   George Lester
Co-Starring
Jacqueline Pearce   ...   Pamela Lester
Bernard Cribbins   ...   Fred Davies
Featuring
Patricia Routledge   ...   Lucille Beatty
Nicholas Parsons   ...   Dudley Heath
Michael Bates   ...   Dr. Spink
With
Colin Gordon   ...   Mr. Hartford
John Bluthal   ...   Dr. Pinto
Sandra Caron   ...   Pinto's Nurse
Margaret Nolan   ...   Spink's Nurse
Harold Goodwin   ...   Six-Eyes Wiener
and
Terry-Thomas   ...   H. William Homer
Pippa Benedict   ...   Fern Averback
Richard Montez   ...   Arab
Henry Soskin   ...   Bearded Arab
Al Mancini   ...   Portuguese Chauffeur
John Moore   ...   Digby
John Barrard   ...   Zebra Man
Robert Lee   ...   Bruce
Francesca Tu   ...   Chinese Telephonist
Colin Douglas   ...   Barman
Alexandra Dane   ...   Masseuse
Nike Arrighi   ...   Portuguese Waitress
Jerry Paris   ...   Baseball Umpire

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