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Penelope (10-Nov-1966)

Director: Arthur Hiller

Writer: George Wells

From novel: Penelope by Howard Fast

Music: Johnny Williams

Producer: Arthur Loew, Jr.

Keywords: Crime/Comedy, Bank Robbery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carl Ballantine
Actor
27-Sep-1922 3-Nov-2009 Lester Gruber on McHale's Navy
Ian Bannen
Actor
28-Jun-1928 3-Nov-1999 Waking Ned
Jerome Cowan
Actor
6-Oct-1897 24-Jan-1972 Miracle on 34th Street
Norma Crane
Actor
10-Nov-1928 28-Sep-1973 Fiddler on the Roof
Peter Falk
Actor
16-Sep-1927 23-Jun-2011 Detective Columbo
Arlene Golonka
Actor
23-Jan-1939   Millie Swanson in Mayberry RFD
Lou Jacobi
Actor
28-Dec-1913 23-Oct-2009 Avalon
Lila Kedrova
Actor
9-Oct-1918 16-Feb-2000 Zorba the Greek
Arthur Malet
Actor
24-Sep-1927   The Secret of NIMH
Dick Shawn
Actor
1-Dec-1923 17-Apr-1987 Inventor of the "high five"
Jonathan Winters
Comic
11-Nov-1925 11-Apr-2013 Mearth, son of Mork
Natalie Wood
Actor
20-Jul-1938 29-Nov-1981 Rebel Without A Cause

CAST

Natalie Wood   ...   Penelope
co-starring
Ian Bannen   ...   James B. Elcott
Dick Shawn   ...   Dr. Gregory Mannix
Peter Falk   ...   Lt. Bixbee
Lila Kedrova   ...   Sadaba
Lou Jacobi   ...   Ducky
and
Jonathan Winters   ...   Prof. Klobb
with
Norma Crane   ...   Mildred
Arthur Malet   ...   Maj. Higgins
Jerome Cowan   ...   Bank Manager
Arlene Golonka   ...   Honeysuckle Rose
Amzie Strickland   ...   Miss Serena
Bill Gunn   ...   Sgt. Rothschild
Carl Ballantine   ...   Boom Boom
Iggie Wolfington   ...   Store Owner

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