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Gidget Goes Hawaiian (2-Jun-1961)

Director: Paul Wendkos

Writer: Ruth Brooks Flippen

From novel: Gidget Goes Hawaiian by Frederick Kohner

Music: George Duning

Producer: Jerry Bresler

Keywords: Comedy, Surfing, Hawaii

Gidget's family takes a surprise vacation to Hawaii, but her boyfriend, Moondoggie, doesn't seem overly concerned regarding her absence. Giget is clearly unhappy in Hawaii; Gidget's father sends for Moondoggie (by telegram!) but by the time he arrives, she is in the arms of some other boy. Sequel to Gidget (1959).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Callan
Actor
22-Nov-1935   Husband on Occasional Wife
Peggy Cass
Actor
21-May-1924 8-Mar-1999 Auntie Mame
James Darren
Actor
8-Jun-1936   The Time Tunnel
Eddie Foy, Jr.
Actor
4-Feb-1905 15-Jul-1983 The Pajama Game
Carl Reiner
Actor
20-Mar-1922   Your Show of Shows
Deborah Walley
Actor
12-Aug-1943 10-May-2001 Gidget Goes Hawaiian

CAST

Starring
James Darren   ...   Moondoggie
Michael Callan   ...   Eddie Horner
and Introducing
Deborah Walley   ...   Gidget
Co-Starring
Carl Reiner   ...   Russ Lawrence
Peggy Cass   ...   Mitzi Stewart
Eddie Foy, Jr.   ...   Monty Stewart
Jeff Donnell   ...   Dorothy Lawrence
with
Vicki Trickett   ...   Abby Stewart
Joby Baker   ...   Judge Hamilton
Don Edmonds   ...   Larry Neal
Bart Patton   ...   Wally Hodges
Jan Conaway   ...   Barbara Jo
Robin Lory   ...   Dee Dee
Arnold Merritt   ...   Clay Anderson

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