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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

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A film starring Spencer Tracy and Milton Berle , Sid Caesar
Jimmy Durante , Buddy Hackett Ethel Merman , Mickey Rooney Dick Shawn , Phil Silvers
Terry-Thomas, Jonathan Winters This comedy to end all comedy is about a group of crooks in pursuit of the loot of bank-robber Smiler Grogan-a mammoth spectacular farce which features every conceivable comedy situation and slapstick joke ever perpetrated on the screen.
Capt C. G. Culpeper. SPENCER TRACY
Producer and director STANLEY KRAMER This Week's Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Spencer Tracy
Unknown: Milton Berle
Unknown: Sid Caesar
Unknown: Jimmy Durante
Unknown: Buddy Hackett
Unknown: Ethel Merman
Unknown: Mickey Rooney
Unknown: Dick Shawn
Unknown: Phil Silvers
Unknown: Jonathan Winters
Unknown: G. Culpeper.
Unknown: Spencer Tracy
Director: Stanley Kramer
J Russell Finch: Milton Berle
Melville Crump: Sid Caesar
Smiler Grogan: Jimmy Durante
Benjy Benjamin: Buddy Hackett
Mrs Marcus: Ethel Merman
Ding Bell: Mickey Rooney
Sylvester Marcus: Dick Shawn
Otto Meyer: Phil Silvers
J Algernon Hawthorne: Terry- Thomas
Lennie Pike: Jonathan Winters
Monica Crump: Edie Adams
Emmeline Finch: Dorothy Provine
First cab driver: Eddie ' Rochester ' Anderson
Tyler Fitzgerald: Jim Backus
Airplane pilot: Ben Blue
Police Sergeant: Alan Carney
Mrs Halliburton: Barrie Chase
Chief of Police: William Demarest
Second cab driver: Peter Falk
Col Wilberforce: Paul Ford
Third cab driver: Leo Gorcey
Dinckler: Edward Everett Horton
Jimmy, The Crook: Buster Keaton
Nervous man: Don Knotts
Tower Control: Carl Reiner
Firemen: Three Stooges
Union Official: Joe E Brown
Sheriff Mason: Andy Devine
Fire Chief: Sterling Holloway
Irwin: Marvin Kaplan
Airport Manager: Charles Lane
Lieutenant: Charles McGraw
Switchboard operator: Zasu Pitts
Police secretary: Madlyn Rhue
Ray: Arnold Stang
Radio Tower operator: Jesse White
Mayor: Lloyd Corrigan
Culpeper's wife (voice): Selma Diamond
Deputy Sheriff: Stan Freberg
Billie Sue (voice): Louise Glenn
George, the steward: Ben Lessy
Pilot's wife: Bobo Lewis
Miner: Mike Mazurki
Truck driver: Nick Stewart
Chinese laundryman: Sammee Tong
Detective: Norman Fell

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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

BBC One London, 26 August 1974 19.00






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