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Flatbed Annie & Sweetiepie: Lady Truckers (10-Feb-1979)

Director: Robert Greenwald

Writer: Robie Robinson

Producer: Frank von Zerneck

Keywords: Drama, Comedy, Truckers

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rory Calhoun
Actor
8-Aug-1922 28-Apr-1999 Auto thief turned actor
Billy Carter
Relative
29-Mar-1937 25-Sep-1988 Brother of Jimmy Carter
Kim Darby
Actor
8-Jul-1947   True Grit
Arthur Godfrey
Actor
31-Aug-1903 16-Mar-1983 Arthur Godfrey and His Friends
Rance Howard
Actor
17-Nov-1928   Father of Ron Howard, Clint Howard
Annie Potts
Actor
28-Oct-1952   Mary Jo Shively on Designing Women
Avery Schreiber
Comic
9-Apr-1935 7-Jan-2002 Burns and Schreiber
Harry Dean Stanton
Actor
14-Jul-1926   Bathrobe-clad actor from Repo Man
Fred Willard
Actor
18-Sep-1933   Fernwood 2night

CAST

Annie Potts   ...   Flatbed Annie
Harry Dean Stanton   ...   C. W. Douglas
Kim Darby   ...   Sweetiepie
Special Guest Stars
Arthur Godfrey   ...   Uncle Wally
Fred Willard   ...   Jack LaRosa
Billy Carter   ...   Deputy Miller
Avery Schreiber   ...   Mr. Munroe
Rory Calhoun   ...   Farmer
Co-Starring
Rance Howard   ...   Mr. Murray
Julie Mannix   ...   Georgina
Ann Ryerson   ...   Elsie
Lorna Thayer   ...   Hospital Receptionist
Don Pike   ...   Al
Bob Herron   ...   Nick
Featuring
Joseph Sheen   ...   Attendant
Lawrence Bame   ...   Arnold
Judy Sudol   ...   Stewardess
Victor Eschbach   ...   L.A.P.D. #1
Edward Cross   ...   L.A.P.D. #2
David Clover   ...   Alabama Rebel

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