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In Like Flint (15-Mar-1967)

Director: Gordon Douglas

Writer: Hal Fimberg

Music: Jerry Goldsmith

Producer: Saul David

Keywords: Comedy, Espionage, Spoof

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lee J. Cobb
8-Dec-1911 11-Feb-1976 The Left Hand of God
James Coburn
31-Aug-1928 18-Nov-2002 Our Man Flint
Yvonne Craig
16-May-1937   Batgirl on Batman
Andrew Duggan
28-Dec-1923 15-May-1988 Bourbon Street Beat
Herb Edelman
5-Nov-1933 21-Jul-1996 Stan Zbornak on The Golden Girls
Anna Lee
2-Jan-1913 14-May-2004 Lila Quartermaine on General Hospital


James Coburn   ...   Flint
Lee J. Cobb   ...   Cramden
Jean Hale   ...   Lisa
Andrew Duggan   ...   President Trent
Anna Lee   ...   Elisabeth
Hanna Landy   ...   Helena
Totty Ames   ...   Simone
Steve Ihnat   ...   Carter
Thomas Hasson   ...   Avery
Mary Michael   ...   Terry
Diane Bond   ...   Jan
Jacki Ray   ...   Denise
Herb Edelman   ...   Russian Premier
Yvonne Craig   ...   Natasha, the Ballerina
Buzz Henry   ...   Austin
Henry Wills   ...   Cooper
John Lodge   ...   Russian Agent
Mary Meade French   ...   Hilda
Erin O'Brien   ...   Amazon
Ginny Gan   ...   Amazon
Eve Bruce   ...   Amazon
Inge Jaklyn   ...   Amazon
Kaye Farrington   ...   Amazon
Thordis Brandt   ...   Amazon
Inga Neilsen   ...   Amazon
Marilyn Hanold   ...   Amazon
Lady Clients at Fabulous Face
Pat Becker   ...   Lady Client
Lyzanne La Due   ...   Lady Client
Nancy Stone   ...   Lady Client
W. P. Lear, Sr.   ...   Bill Lear


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