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The Sunshine Boys (6-Nov-1975)

Director: Herbert Ross

Writer: Neil Simon

From a play: The Sunshine Boys by Neil Simon

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
F. Murray Abraham
24-Oct-1939   Mozart's antagonist in Amadeus
Richard Benjamin
22-May-1938   Westworld
George Burns
20-Jan-1896 9-Mar-1996 Oh, God!
Fritz Feld
15-Oct-1900 18-Nov-1993 Bringing Up Baby
Howard Hesseman
27-Feb-1940   Dr. Johnny Fever on WKRP in Cincinnati
Walter Matthau
1-Oct-1920 1-Jul-2000 Messy half of the Odd Couple
Ron Rifkin
31-Oct-1939   Arvin Sloane on Alias


Walter Matthau   ...   Willy Clark
George Burns   ...   Al Lewis
Richard Benjamin   ...   Ben Clark
Lee Meredith   ...   Nurse in Sketch
Carol Arthur   ...   Doris
Rosetta Le Noire   ...   Nurse
F. Murray Abraham   ...   Mechanic
Howard Hesseman   ...   Commerical Director
James Cranna   ...   TV Director
Ron Rifkin   ...   TV Floor Manager
Jennifer Lee   ...   Helen
Fritz Feld   ...   Man at Audition
Jack Bernardi   ...   Man at Audition
Garn Stephens   ...   Stage Manager
Santos Morales   ...   Desk Clerk
Archie Hahn   ...   Assistant at Audition
Sid Gould   ...   Patient
Tom Spratley   ...   Card Player
Rashel Novikoff   ...   Woman in Hotel
Sammy Smith   ...   Man on Street
Dan Resin   ...   Mr. Ferranti
Milt Kogan   ...   Doctor
Bob Goldstein   ...   Waiter
Walter Stocker   ...   TV Executive
Duchess Dale   ...   Ben's Secretary
Bill Reddick   ...   Announcer
Eddie Villery   ...   Delivery Boy
Gary K. Steven   ...   Boy


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