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Harry O


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starring David Janssen as Harry Orwell with Anthony Zerbe as Lieutenant Trench
Death Certificate
Frank Ross had a weak heart and no one is surprised when he succumbs except for his suspicious mother-in-law. She sues the doctor, and that's when things really start to happen - especially to Harry!


Unknown: David Janssen
Unknown: Harry Orwell
Unknown: Anthony Zerbe
Unknown: Frank Ross
Sgt Roberts: Paul Tulley
Ethel Martel: Ruth Roman
Dr Lusk: Normann Burton
Gloria Ross: Denise Galik
Ed Wylie: Kiel Martin
Paul Roseman: Thom Christopher
Spencer Johnson: Bill Henderson
Administrator: Rod Colbin
Dr Samuelson: Richard Stahl
Jean: Susan Adams
Tony Schrager: Michael Alaimo
Preacher: Hank Rolike:
Salesman: Robert Casper
Attendant: Paul Keith
Receptionist: Susannah Brin
Martindale: F William Parker

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