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Onionhead (1-Oct-1958)

Director: Norman Taurog

Writer: Nelson Gidding

From novel: Onionhead by Weldon Hill

Musical Adaptation: David Buttolph

Producer: Jules Schermer

Keywords: Drama, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Claude Akins
Actor
25-May-1926 27-Jan-1994 Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo
Tige Andrews
Actor
19-Mar-1920 27-Jan-2007 Capt. Greer on The Mod Squad
Joey Bishop
Comic
3-Feb-1918 17-Oct-2007 Rat Pack member
Ray Danton
Actor
19-Sep-1931 11-Feb-1992 The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond
Felicia Farr
Actor
4-Oct-1932   Kiss Me, Stupid
James Gregory
Actor
23-Dec-1911 16-Sep-2002 Inspector Lugar on Barney Miller
Andy Griffith
Actor
1-Jun-1926 3-Jul-2012 Laconic sheriff on The Andy Griffith Show
Roscoe Karns
Actor
7-Sep-1891 6-Feb-1970 It Happened One Night
Joe Mantell
Actor
21-Dec-1915 29-Sep-2010 Angie in Marty
Walter Matthau
Actor
1-Oct-1920 1-Jul-2000 Messy half of the Odd Couple

CAST

Starring
Andy Griffith   ...   Al Woods
Felicia Farr   ...   Stella
Walter Matthau   ...   Red Wildoe
Erin O'Brien   ...   Jo Hill
Joe Mantell   ...   Doc O'Neal
with
Ray Danton   ...   Ens. Higgins
James Gregory   ...   The Skipper
Joey Bishop   ...   Gutsell
Roscoe Karns   ...   Windy Woods
Claude Akins   ...   Poznicki
Ainslie Pryor   ...   Chief Miller
Sean Garrison   ...   Yeoman Kaffhamp
Dan Barton   ...   Ens. Fineberg
Mark Roberts   ...   Lt. Bennett
Peter Brown   ...   Clark
Tige Andrews   ...   Charlie Berger
Karl Lukas   ...   Agnelli

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