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Cast (feature film)

1.
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009)
Night has fallen upon the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. The guides have gone home, the lights are out, the school kids are tucked in their beds, yet something incredible is stirring as former night guard Larry Daley finds himself lured into his biggest, most imagination-boggling adventu
2.
Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story, The (2009)
Explores Robert B. Sherman & Richard M. Sherman, the Academy Award and Grammy-winning songwriters.
3.
Curious George (2006)
Ted, a highly enthusiastic guide at the Bloomsberry Museum, gives a tour to a group of schoolchildren and their teacher Maggie, who happens to be Ted's biggest fan. When the museum's owner, Mr. Bloomsberry, tells Ted that his beloved museum will have to be closed because of meager attendance, they d
4.
Night at the Museum (2006)
A good-hearted but bumbling security guard at the Museum of Natural History accidentally trips an ancient curse which causes the animals and gigantic insects on display to come to life, causing havoc in the city.
5.
Diagnosis Murder: Town Without Pity (2002) as Dr Mark Sloan
Television movie featuring the character Dr. Mark Sloan of the CBS series "Diagnosis Murder." While traveling to Los Angeles from her home in Las Vegas with her husband, a panicked Carol Sloan, Mark's daughter, places a phone call to her father from Los Rios asking for help. Mark makes the most pain
6.
Diagnosis Murder: Without Warning (2002) as Dr Mark Sloan
Mark Sloan's quest to uncover the source of a deadly disease brings him to Mexico.
7.
Diagnosis Murder: Deadly Mirage (2001) as Dr Mark Sloan
Dr. Mark Sloane becomes deeply disturbed after his son starts to fall in love with a woman who is a dead ringer for his murdered former girlfriend. The man charged with murdering Steve Sloan's former girlfriend is set free when the only witness against him is gunned down in the courtroom before he c
8.
Twist of the Knife, A (1993) as Dr Mark Sloan
When an old flame of Dr. Sloan's from medical school demonstrates a new medical technique, the patient dies, and Sloan's son suspects foul play.
9.
Larry King: JFK Remembered (1993)
Live special hosted by Larry King. Celebrities and call-in viewers share their recollections of where they were the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
10.
House on Sycamore Street, The (1992) as Dr Mark Sloan
A former student of Dr. Sloan's is killed in what Sloan feels is a questionable suicide attempt.
11.
Diagnosis of Murder (1992) as Dr Mark Sloan
A doctor investigates the murder of a corporate president when his patient is accused of the crime.
12.
Daughters of Privilege (1991) as Buddy Keys
A shrewd and powerful Florida newspaper mogul, who maintains tight-fisted control of a publishing empire, is the target of an old rival who wants to destroy him.
13.
Dick Tracy (1990) as District Attorney Fletcher
The intrepid comic strip detective fights off a ruthless gangster and his seductive girlfriend.
14.
Ghost of a Chance (1987) as Detective William Nolan
A television movie about a veteran policeman who accidentally kills a musician. The ghost of the musician returns to persuade the cop to steer the musician's grandson away from drug peddlers and into a life of music.
15.
Found Money (1983) as Max Shepherd
Two former bank employees -- executive Dick Van Dyke, forced into early retirement by a computer, and guard Sid Caesar, unceremoniously dismissed before his pension comes due -- concoct a computerized scheme to steal from the rich (i.e., the bank) and give to the poor with anonymous checks (money ac
16.
Drop-out Father (1982) as Ed Mccall
Successful advertising executive decides to get out of the rat race but the family rebels at the new lifestyle he outlines. He and his youngest daughter leave the suburbs for a Manhattan loft apartment while the rest of the brood -- wife and three kids -- re-evaluate the situation. For his engaging
17.
Runner Stumbles, The (1979) as Father Rivard
Father Rivard is a priest in a small, economically depressed coal mining town. Working on what he thinks is a "controversial" work, he lives with the brutal lives of his poor parishioners, the old, unfriendly nuns in the nearby convent, and his own self doubts. When Rita, an energetic and bright young Sister, arrives at the parish, he finds someone he can talk to, someone with whom he has much in common. This sets into motion a series of events that leads to Sister Rita's death - and the indictment of Father Rivard in that act.
18.
Morning After, The (1974) as Charlie Lester
Dick Van Dyke made his TV dramatic debut in this drama about a successful public relations writer whose refusal to admit that he is an alcoholic causes him to lose his self-respect, his career, his family and very nearly his life. Van Dyke's performance earned him an Emmy nomination.
19.
Cold Turkey (1971) as Rev. Clayton Brooks
Small-town residents try to quit smoking for a cash reward.
20.
The Comic (1969) as Billy Bright
A silent comic's rampant ego ruins the lives of those around him.
21.
Some Kind of a Nut (1969) as Fred Amidon
A banker who's lost his job for growing a beard embraces the cultural revolution.
22.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968) as Caractacus Potts
An eccentric inventor uses his flying car to free a kingdom of children from oppression.
23.
Never a Dull Moment (1968) as Jack Albany
When practicing for a role, actor Jack is mistaken for the killer Ace. He doesn't realize this until it's too late and is carried off to gangster boss Leo Smooth, who wants Ace to do a job for him. Fearing for his life, Jack plays his role, but always searching for a way out of the well-guarded house.
24.
Fitzwilly (1967) as Fitzwilliam
When an aging philanthropist goes broke, her butler robs from the rich so she can give to the poor.
25.
Divorce American Style (1967) as Richard Harmon
A bored couple drifts toward divorce, only to discover how hard the single life is.
26.
Lt. Robin Crusoe, U. S. N. (1966) as Lt. Robin Crusoe
Lt. Robin Crusoe is a navy pilot who bails out of his plane after engine trouble. He reaches a deserted island paradise where he builds a house, finds an abandoned submarine with lots of gadgets that he can use, and also finds a marooned chimp from the US Space program and a native girl named Wednesday who was exiled by her father. Wednesday thinks Crusoe wants to marry her, and when her father arrives on the island to collect her and Crusoe refused to marry her, chaos ensues.
27.
The Art of Love (1965) as Paul Sloan
Painter Paul Sloan feels he's a failure, since nobody will buy his paintings. His art dealer informs him, that the works of an artist become much more wanted and valuable if the artist is dead. Therefore, Paul, together with his friend Casey Barnett, plans to fake his own suicide. However, it starts looking like Casey has murdered Paul and when Casey starts making a move for Paul's fiancTe, he decides to get revenge. However, Paul falls in love with Nikki, who has also tried to commit suicide.
28.
What a Way To Go! (1964) as Edgar Hopper
This black comedy opens with Louisa Foster donating a multimillion dollar check to the IRS. The tax department thinks she's crazy and sends her to a psychiatrist. She then discusses her four marriages, in which all of her husbands became incredibly rich and died prematurely because of their drive to be rich.
29.
Mary Poppins (1964) as Bert/Mr. Dawes, Sr.
Two banker's children lose their nanny due to her frustration with them. A change in the wind blows in an assertive nanny who matches the qualifications of the children and not the father. As she helps them magically explore the world around them the father grows increasingly disapproving of her methods, and must eventually deal with his own distance from his children.
30.
Bye Bye Birdie (1963) as Albert Peterson
A rock star's personal appearance turns a small town into a disaster area.

Producer (feature film)

31.
Diagnosis Murder: Town Without Pity (2002) as Executive Producer
Television movie featuring the character Dr. Mark Sloan of the CBS series "Diagnosis Murder." While traveling to Los Angeles from her home in Las Vegas with her husband, a panicked Carol Sloan, Mark's daughter, places a phone call to her father from Los Rios asking for help. Mark makes the most pain
32.
Diagnosis Murder: Without Warning (2002) as Executive Producer
Mark Sloan's quest to uncover the source of a deadly disease brings him to Mexico.
33.
Diagnosis Murder: Deadly Mirage (2001) as Executive Producer
Dr. Mark Sloane becomes deeply disturbed after his son starts to fall in love with a woman who is a dead ringer for his murdered former girlfriend. The man charged with murdering Steve Sloan's former girlfriend is set free when the only witness against him is gunned down in the courtroom before he c
34.
Cold Turkey (1971) as Executive Producer
Small-town residents try to quit smoking for a cash reward.

Music (feature film)

35.
Saving Mr. Banks (2013)
Walt Disney's long journey in the acquisition of the rights to "Mary Poppins."
36.
Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World (2006)
A humorous story of what happens when the U.S. Government sends comedian Albert Brooks to India and Pakistan to find out what makes the over 300 million Muslims in the region laugh. Brooks, accompanied by two state department handlers and his trusted assistant, goes on a journey that takes him from

Director (special)

37.
Nancy Dussault Show, The (1973) as Director
The adventures of Nancy Clancy, a Broadway understudy who becomes a star when her leading lady suddenly takes sick. In the pilot episode, Nancy seeks a way to tell her former suitor that she has recently married.

Cast (special)

38.
Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics, The (2008)
A TCM original documentary exploring the history of Disney live-action films through interviews with the stars who helped make them memorable.
39.
Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited, The (2004) as Rob Petrie
A reunion show catching up with the Petries and the rest of the original cast. The one hour special will be divided in half, with the first half featuring a new scripted episode that features the Petries as they are in 2004 as they receive a call from Alan Brady asking them to write his eulogy befo
40.
Alan Brady Show, The (2003) as Voice
Animated special reviving the character of Alan Brady from "The Dick Van Dyke Show" as he celebrates the 50th Anniversary of his show.
41.
TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV (2003) as Featuring
Award show which honors the legendary and most beloved programs in television history.
42.
Lifetime's Achievement Awards: Women Changing the World (2003) as Interviewee (Mary Tyler Moore Segment)
A special that salutes six women, as nominated by network viewers, for their efforts to change the world for the better.
43.
Gin Game, The (2003) as Weller Martin
An adaptation of D. L. Coburn's play about two residents of a nursing home whose gin rummy games bring out the best and the worst in both of them.
44.
Walt: The Man Behind the Myth (2001) as Narration
Documentary profile of Walt Disney to commemorate the 100th anniversary of his birth in 2001. The program reveals the story of many Disney innovations, including the first Disney cartoon with sound ("Steamboat Willie"), the first cartoon in color ("Flowers and Trees"), and the story behind the mammo
45.
Walt: The Man Behind the Myth (2001) as Interviewee
Documentary profile of Walt Disney to commemorate the 100th anniversary of his birth in 2001. The program reveals the story of many Disney innovations, including the first Disney cartoon with sound ("Steamboat Willie"), the first cartoon in color ("Flowers and Trees"), and the story behind the mammo
46.
Mark Twain Prize -- Celebrating the Humor of Carl Reiner (2001)
A salute to the third annual Mark Twain Prize-winner -- author, actor, writer and director Carl Reiner -- from the Kennedy Center Concert Hall in Washington DC.
47.
Paul Lynde: Off Center (2001) as Interviewee
Profile of actor/comedian Paul Lynde.
48.
I Love Lucy -- 50th Anniversary Special (2001)
Special celebrating the 50th anniversary of the television series "I Love Lucy," starring Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. The program takes an in-depth look at the show's stars, its creation and its impact on television. Highlights include stories from original "I Love Lucy" writers Madelyn Pugh Davis,
49.
Great American History Quiz: 50 States, The (2001)
Quiz program that tests Americans on their knowledge of the fifty states. Celebrities pose questions and supply answers in a variety of ways.
50.
Great American History Quiz: Americana (2000)
Game show testing viewer knowledge of the folklore and symbols of the United States. Celebrities pose questions and supply answers.
51.
Dick Van Dyke: Put on a Happy Face (2000) as Interviewee
Profile of actor Dick Van Dyke.
52.
Television Academy Hall of Fame, The (1999)
Presentation of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) 14th Annual Hall of Fame ceremony from the Leonard H. Goldenson Theater in North Hollywood, California. The inductees are Carl Reiner, Fred Rogers, Lorne Michaels, Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer, Fred Silverman, Ethel Winant and the lat
53.
Michael Landon (1999) as Interviewee
Biography that chronicles the life of actor Michael Landon.
54.
CBS: The First 50 Years (1998) as Interviewee
Special celebrating the CBS Television Network's Golden Anniversary as a television broadcaster.
55.
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) 13th Annual Hall of Fame (1998)
Presentation of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' 13th Annual Hall of Fame ceremony from the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in North Hollywood, California, honoring and inducting individuals into the ATAS Hall of Fame who have made significant contributions to the television industry.
56.
Intimate Portrait: Mary Tyler Moore (1998) as Interviewee
Profile of actress Mary Tyler Moore.
57.
Behind the Laughs: The Untold Stories of Television's Favorite Comedies (1998) as Interviewee
Special reveals behind-the-scenes anecdotes from the creators and stars of television sitcoms. The special also includes three segments: "Birth," reveals how shows originated; "Growth," explores how comedies evolved once on the air; and "Maturity," spotlights comedies that spun off of hit series.
58.
67th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade (1998)
Coverage of the 67th annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, benefiting the American Cancer Society.
59.
50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Golden Anniversary (1997)
Documentary celebrating 50 years of television history. Featuring a large collection of television clips introduced by legendary and current television stars. The documentary, also shown at a Hollywood gala, launches the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences new Archive of American Television.
60.
11th Annual Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Hall of Fame, The (1996) as Inductee
A presentation of the 11th annual Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame special. This year's inductees include Betty White, Jim McKay, Bill Moyers, Dick Van Dyke, William Link and the late Richard Levinson and Michael Landon.
61.
21st Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1995) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 21st Annual People's Choice Awards, honoring entertainers in the fields of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a special Gallup Poll.
62.
Comedy Salute to Andy Kaufman, A (1995)
Tribute to the comedy of the late Andy Kaufman. Includes stars introducing clips of his most outrageous performances and personal recollections.
63.
Carl Reiner: Still Laughing (1995) as Interviewee
Biographical documentary of comedian and director Carl Reiner.
64.
Julie Andrews: Back on Broadway (1995)
Retrospective profile of the actress/singer Julie Andrews. Includes behind-the-scenes look at album recording sessions and rehearsals for the Broadway musical "Victor/Victoria," adapted from her hit movie, as well as clips from her varied film and television musical career.
65.
Dick Van Dyke Show Remembered, The (1994)
A retrospective of the 1961-66 sitcom starring Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore.
66.
8th Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1994)
A presentation of the 8th Annual American Comedy Awards.
67.
Second Annual Comedy Hall of Fame, The (1994)
A special honoring legendary performers for their lifetime achievements in comedy. Included are tributes to Sid Caesar, George Carlin, Bob Hope, Shirley MacLaine, Mary Tyler Moore, and Richard Pryor.
68.
November 22, 1993: Where Were You? A Larry King Special Live From Washington (1993)
Live special hosted by Larry King. Celebrities and call-in viewers share their recollections of where they were the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
69.
50th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1993) as Presenter
A live telecast of the 50th annual Golden Globe Awards honoring the best in movies and television during 1992.
70.
7th Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1993)
A presentation of "The 7th Annual American Comedy Awards," honoring the nation's outstanding comedic talents.
71.
Comic Relief V (1992)
A live broadcast of the fifth annual "Comic Relief" fundraiser to help homeless Americans.
72.
5th Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1991)
Broadcast of the fifth annual "American Comedy Awards" honoring top comedic performers in all forms of American entertainment.
73.
Best of Disney: 50 Years of Magic, The (1991)
A special celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Walt Disney Studios. Includes a retrospective of Disney films, cartoons, animated features, and music.
74.
Television Academy Hall of Fame, The (1990)
A telecast of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) sixth annual Television Academy Hall of Fame induction ceremony, honoring individuals who have made lasting contributions to the television industry. The program also features footage chronicaling the careers of the inductees.
75.
Night of 100 Stars III (1990)
A celebrity benefit for The Actors' Fund of America, featuring music, songs, dance and comedy. Features nearly 175 stars of stage, screen, sports, and fashion.
76.
3rd Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1989)
A live presentation of the third annual American Comedy Awards honoring top comedic performers in all forms of American entertainment. Included is a showcase of new comedy stars as well as some of America's top comedians. Neil Simon is the recipient of the Lifetime Creative Achievement Award.
77.
61st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1989)
Live coverage of the sixty-first annual Academy Awards ceremony from the Shrine Civic Auditorium in Los Angeles. Highlights include: an opening production number which recreates Hollywood's glittering past and such landmarks as the Cocoanut Grove and the Chinese Theater; a tribute to the great musi
78.
Disney-MGM Studios Theme Park Grand Opening (1989) as Host
A "Magical World of Disney" special saluting the opening of the new Disney Theme Park in Orlando, Florida. Celebrities perform song-and-dance routines. Film clips spotlight world leaders and famous personalities, who name their favorite films and discuss how television and movies have affected their
79.
CBS News Special: Lucy (1989)
A CBS News Special prompted by the death of Lucille Ball, offering a retrospective on her life and career.
80.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College 20th Anniversary (1988) as Host
A special celebrating Barnum & Bailey's Clown College on its twentieth anniversary. The special, taped at the school's 23-acre site in Florida, provides a rare look at the rigid training each fledgling clown must undergo to receive a Clown College sheepskin. Also included is a tribute to Lou Jacobs
81.
40th Annual Emmy Awards, The (1988)
Live coverage of the 40th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards presentation from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
82.
Roger Rabbit & the Secrets of Toontown (1988)
A special providing a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the feature film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" The documentary also examines today's most advanced cinematic special effects.
83.
Happy Birthday, Hollywood! (1987)
A gala celebration, benefiting the Motion Picture and Television Country House and Hospital, held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in honor of the centennial of the founding of the town of Hollywood.
84.
Disney's Golden Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1987) as Host
A live-action and animated special celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the movie "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." Featured is a behind-the-scenes look at the making of "Snow White," animated pencil sketches of scenes that did not make the final print, and footage from a 1917 film that inspired
85.
13th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1987) as Host
Dick Van Dyke hosts the live telecast of the ceremony from Santa Monica, California, honoring winners in 21 categories. A special Gallup Poll determined the three top vote-getters in each category, and the public voted for anyone and was not restricted to a pre-determined list.
86.
This Is Your Life (1987)
A special one-hour version of Ralph Edward's perennial television series. This time around, the guests of honor are Betty White and Dick Van Dyke.
87.
NBC Presents the AFI Comedy Special (1987) as Host
A special consisting of four comedy sketches written and introduced by recently discovered writers competitively selected at the American Film Institute's Television Writers Comedy Workshop, underwritten by NBC, which was conducted in the summer of 1986. The four sketches are titled: "Gwendolyn," "T
88.
38th Annual Emmy Awards, The (1986)
A live three-hour telecast from Pasadena, California, of the thirty-eighth Annual Emmy Awards which honors excellence in the television industry. David Letterman and Shelley Long are this year's co-hosts. Veteran comedian Red Skelton, recipient of this year's coveted Governor's Award by the Board of
89.
Television Academy Hall of Fame, The (1986)
In a special black-tie event, celebrities perform as entertainers and pay tribute as seven new members are inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame. The inductees include: Steve Allen, Fred Coe, Walt Disney, Jackie Gleason, Mary Tyler Moore, Frank Stanton, and Burr Tillstrom.
90.
Battle of the Network Stars XVIII (1985) as Host
The eighteenth program in which stars from ABC, CBS, and NBC compete in various games to determine which network is best in the athletic field. This program is the first one not to feature Howard Cosell, and is also the first time the locale has moved from Pepperdine University in California to Ixta
91.
Breakfast With Les and Bess (1985) as Les
An adapation of Lee Kalcheim's stage play, which describes a day in the life of a couple who broadcast a radio talk show from their New York apartment in the early '60s.
92.
Sylvia Fine Kaye's Musical Comedy Tonight III (The Spark and the Glue) (1985)
Songs and scenes by Jerome Kern, George Gershwin, Rodgers and Hart, and Irving Berlin, performed by some of the country's leading musical comedy stars, and hosted by Sylvia Fine Kaye. The performance was taped before a live audience at Los Angeles' Wilshire Ebell Theatre.
93.
37th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards, The (1985)
The thirty-seventh annual presentation by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS) of the Emmy Awards for prime time television. Telecast live from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, California.
94.
Night of 100 Stars II, The (1985)
A star-studded sequel to "The Night of 100 Stars." A celebrity benefit for the Actors Fund of America, featuring music, songs, dances and comedy. Three hundred and eight stars participated in a seven-hour marathon that was edited to three hours for television.
95.
39th Annual Tony Awards, The (1985)
A live presentation from the Shubert Theater in New York City of the 1985 Antoinette Perry Awards (popularly known as the Tony Awards), honoring outstanding achievement in the Broadway theater.
96.
Donald Duck's 50th Birthday (1984) as Host
A salute to Walt Disney's character Donald Duck on the occasion of his fiftieth birthday, combining live-action and animation.
97.
Wrong Way Kid, The (1983) as Father; Librarian; Old Man
A live-action/animated story which focuses on the pangs of adolescence as seen through the experiences of Chris, a young boy who seems to do everything wrong. Through the efforts of a 203-year-old bookworm, Chris picks some wisdom and self-confidence.
98.
True Life Stories (1981) as Charlie Steen (Story 1)
The program recreates the trials and tribulations of actual people. The pilot episode stories include "If I Were a Rich Man." The rags-to-riches-to-rags saga of Charlie Steen, a geologist whose mine produced enough uranium ore to build a fortune--and lost it just as quickly through careless spending
99.
Harry's Battles (1981) as Harry Fitzsimmons
The story, set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, follows the endless frustrations of Harry Fitzsimmons, an average guy who constantly battles the bureaucratic errors that seem to plague his life. In the pilot episode, a simple trip to the hospital turns into a nightmare when Harry takes his wife to have
100.
How to Eat Like a Kid (1981) as Host
A lighthearted look at being a youngster.
101.
CBS: On the Air (1978) as Co-Host
The Columbia Broadcasting System celebrates its first fifty years of radio and television broadcasting.
102.
Lola (1976) as Guest
A music and comedy special.
103.
Perry Como's Spring in New Orleans (1976)
A musical variety hour taped at various locations in New Orleans, hosted by Perry Como.
104.
Van Dyke and Company (1975) as Host
Sundry comedy sketches.
105.
Confessions of Dick Van Dyke, The (1975) as Host
A lighthearted look at the funny side of fear through music and comedy sketches.
106.
Julie and Dick in Covent Garden (1974) as Host
An hour of music and comedy with Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke at the opera house at Covent Garden in London.
107.
John Denver Special, The (1974) as Guest
An hour of music and comedy.
108.
Don't Call Me Mama Anymore (1973) as Guest
A program within a program wherein Cass Elliot, formerly of The Mamas and the Papas, plays herself, and the star of a variety program whose own stories and conversations provide the premise for songs and skits about backstage life.
109.
Dick Van Dyke Meets Bill Cosby (1972) as Host
Specially written comedy skits designed to display the comedic talents of Dick Van Dyke and Bill Cosby.
110.
I'm a Fan (1972) as Host
Music, songs, and comedy sketches that poke fun at the avid sports aficionado.
111.
Robert Young and the Family (1971) as Guest
Comedy sketches that satirize family life in America today.
112.
First Nine Months Are the Hardest, The (1971) as Obstetrician
A warm-hearted look at pregnancy as seen through the eyes of three show business couples as they endure the long wait.
113.
Henry Fonda and the Family (1962) as Guest
A series of comedy sketches based on the statistically oriented American family.
114.
Trouble With Richard (1960) as Richard Abernathy
The story of Richard Abernathy, a meek, disorganized, and bungling bank teller. In the pilot episode, Richard struggles to rectify a mistake he made when he accidentally issued a cashier's check for $50,000 instead of $50.

Writer (special)

115.
Van Dyke and Company (1975) as Writer
Sundry comedy sketches.

Producer (special)

116.
Gin Game, The (2003) as Co-Executive Producer
An adaptation of D. L. Coburn's play about two residents of a nursing home whose gin rummy games bring out the best and the worst in both of them.

Music (special)

117.
Night of 100 Stars III (1990) as Song Performer ("Put On A Happy Face")
A celebrity benefit for The Actors' Fund of America, featuring music, songs, dance and comedy. Features nearly 175 stars of stage, screen, sports, and fashion.
118.
Disney's Golden Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1987) as Song Performer ("You'Re Never Too Old To Be Young")
A live-action and animated special celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the movie "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." Featured is a behind-the-scenes look at the making of "Snow White," animated pencil sketches of scenes that did not make the final print, and footage from a 1917 film that inspired

Misc. Crew (special)

119.
11th Annual Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Hall of Fame, The (1996) as Clips And Stills
A presentation of the 11th annual Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame special. This year's inductees include Betty White, Jim McKay, Bill Moyers, Dick Van Dyke, William Link and the late Richard Levinson and Michael Landon.

Cast (special)

120.
Arthur Hailey's "Strong Medicine" (1986) as Sam Hawthorne

Cast (special)

121.
Town Santa Forgot, The (1993) as Voice Of Grandpa
An animated Christmas special in which a spoiled rich boy learns the meaning of giving when a mix-up on Santa's route sends all of his toys to an impoverished town.

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