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Monday Film: The Owl and the Pussycat


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Barbra Streisand George Segal with Robert Klein
Meek and mild bookstore assistant Felix, who prefers to think of himself as an unsuccessful writer, and self-styled actress Doris are neighbours in the same apartment building. His incessant typing bothers her, her ' gentlemen callers' bother him. When Felix informs on her activities to the landlord, Doris erupts stormily-at three in the morning.
Director HERBERT ROSS Films: page


Unknown: Barbra Streisand
Unknown: George Segal
Unknown: Robert Klein
Director: Herbert Ross
Doris: Barbra Streisand
FeliX: George Segal
Barney: Robert Klein
Dress-shop proprietor: Allen Garfield
Eleanor: Roz Kelly
Rapzinsky: Jacques Sandulescu
Mr Weyderhaus: Jack Manning
Mrs Weyderhaus: Grace Carney
Miss Weyderhaus: Barbara Anson

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Monday Film: The Owl and the Pussycat

BBC One London, 18 October 1976 21.25

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