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The Monday Film: How Do I Love Thee

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starring Jackie Gleason
Maureen O'Hara with Rick Lenz
Rosemary Forsyth , Shelley Winters Learning that- his atheist father Stan is dying of a mysterious affliction in a Lourdes hospital, philosophy professor Tom Waltz flies out to visit him. The cause of Stan's illness lies in his chaotic - and sometimes hilarious - past.
Director MICHAEL GORDON. Films: page 8

Contributors

Unknown: Jackie Gleason
Unknown: Maureen O'Hara
Unknown: Rick Lenz
Unknown: Rosemary Forsyth
Unknown: Professor Tom Waltz
Director: Michael Gordon.
Stanley Waltz: Jackie Gleason
Elsie Waltz: Maureen O'Hara
Tom Waltz: Rick Lenz
Marion Waltz: Rosemary Forsyth
Lena Mervin: Shelley Winters
Bishop: Maurice Marsac
Dr Littlefield: Don Beddoe

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The Monday Film: How Do I Love Thee

BBC One London, 10 May 1976 21.25






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