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Zebra in the Kitchen

Synopsis

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The feature film starring Jay North Martin Milner , Andy Devine
Chris is a boy who loves animals and hates zoos. Miserable when his pet mountain lion is locked up, he turns a whole zooful of animals loose in his city - with alarming results. The havoc he causes means elephants in garages, monkeys in the toyshop and a zebra in the kitchen as dozens of animals steal the scenes in this hilarious adventure-comedy.
Screenplay by ART ARTHUR
From a story by ELGIN CIAMPI
Produced and directed by IVAN TORS Films: page 17

Contributors

Unknown: Jay North
Unknown: Martin Milner
Unknown: Andy Devine
Play By: Art Arthur
Story By: Elgin Ciampi
Directed By: Ivan Tors
Chris Carlyle: Jay North
Dr Del Hartwood: Martin Milner
Branch Hawksbill: Andy Devine
Isobel Moon: Joyce Meadows
Adam Carlyle: Jim Davis
Anne Carlyle: Dorothy Green
Wilma Carlyle: Karen Green
Councilman Pew: Vaughn Taylor
Sergeant Freebee: John Milford






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