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Barnaby and Me

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A film for the family starring Sid Caesar , Juliet Mills
Leo Fisk is a contact man - all ' con ' and no tact! When he discovers a map which he thinks will lead him to hidden treasure, he takes the attractive Jennifer, her daughter Linda and their koala bear with him on safari. Their adventures form the story for this lighthearted comedy, which stars the delightful Barnaby -Australia's only talking bear! and DAVIS BUTLER as the voice of Barnaby
Screenplay by JAMES HENERSEN
Produced by MATTHEW N. HERMAN Directed by NORMAN PANAMA
(First showing on British television) Films: page 116

Contributors

Unknown: Sid Caesar
Unknown: Juliet Mills
Unknown: Leo Fisk
Unknown: Davis Butler
Unknown: James Henersen
Produced By: Matthew N. Herman
Directed By: Norman Panama
Leo Fisk: Sid Caesar
Jennifer: Juliet Mills
Linda: Sally Boyden
KO: Rangi Nicols
Huggins: Hugh Keays-Bryne
Chairman: James Condon
Bromwich: Kenneth Laird
Pommie: Dave Allenby

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