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A Dennis the Menace Christmas (13-Nov-2007)

Director: Ron Oliver

Writer: Kathleen Laccinole

Music by: Peter Allen; James Covell

Producer: Steven J. Wolfe

Keywords: Juvenile, Christmas

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Louise Fletcher
Actor
22-Jul-1934   Nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Michael Lerner
Actor
22-Jun-1941   Barton Fink
Walter Massey
Actor
19-Aug-1928   Canadian voice and character actor
China Anne McClain
Actor
25-Aug-1998   Chyna Parks on A.N.T. Farm
George Newbern
Actor
10-Dec-1964   Justice League
Jack Noseworthy
Actor
21-Dec-1969   Idle Hands
Robert Wagner
Actor
10-Feb-1930   Jonathan Hart on Hart to Hart

CAST

Robert Wagner   ...   Mr. George Wilson
introducing
Maxwell Perry Cotton   ...   Dennis Mitchell
George Newbern   ...   Henry Mitchell
Kim Schraner   ...   Alice Mitchell
Jack Noseworthy   ...   David Bratcher
China Anne McClain   ...   Margaret
Heidi Hayes   ...   Gina
Isaac Durnford   ...   Jack Bratcher
Marie Matiko   ...   Mrs. Walsh-Mellman
Jake Beale   ...   Joey
with
Godfrey   ...   Santa / Bob The Angel
Louise Fletcher   ...   Mrs. Martha Wilson
Richard M. Dumont   ...   Mr. Peeves
Ray (Guido) Cocomello   ...   Neighbor
Michael Lerner   ...   Mr. Souse
Jane Gilchrist   ...   Stuffy Woman
Russell Yuen   ...   Police Officer Wong
Elliott Larson   ...   Georgie
Walter Massey   ...   Wilbur Newman
Matthew Comeau   ...   Future Boy
Richard Notkin   ...   Old Dennis

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