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The Retrievers (27-Jul-2001)

Director: Paul Schneider

Writer: Larry Ketron

Music Composed by: Joseph Conlan

Producer: Jonathan Bogner

Keywords: Juvenile, Dog

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alana Austin
6-Apr-1982   Abby Logan on Ink
Mel Harris
12-Jul-1957   Hope Steadman on thirtysomething
Robert Hays
24-Jul-1947   Airplane!
Alan Rachins
3-Oct-1942   Larry Finkelstein on Dharma & Greg
Robert Wagner
10-Feb-1930   Jonathan Hart on Hart to Hart
Betty White
17-Jan-1922   TV sitcom and game show mainstay


Robert Hays   ...   Tom Lowry
Mel Harris   ...   Karen Lowry
Alan Rachins   ...   Ed
Alana Austin   ...   Liz Lowry
Taylor Emerson   ...   Widdy Lowry
Betty White   ...   Mrs. Krisper
Robert Wagner   ...   Durham Haysworth
Kurt Johnson   ...   Marcel
Cathy Fithian   ...   Charlene Groper
Ken Tipton   ...   Norman Groper
Desiree Yard   ...   Brenda Groper
Cole Stratton   ...   Phil
Ryan A. Allen   ...   Fred
Leon Russom   ...   Farmer Jenkins
Glenn Dunk   ...   Frank
Katy Barnhill   ...   Lulu Botts
Stephanie Gultarte   ...   Veterinarian
Jonathan Tipton Meyers   ...   Pizza Shop Manager
Tia Hunnicutt   ...   Hardware Store Clerk
Lauren DeLong   ...   Feed Store Clerk
Kate Hamon   ...   Mrs. Hemmings
Carl Parker   ...   Old Man
Johnny Bolton   ...   Electrician
Jerry Katell   ...   Mailman
Mark Cameron   ...   Burly Construction Worker
Rueben Grundy   ...   Lumber Mill Worker #1
Larry Varanelli   ...   Lumber Mill Worker #2


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