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The Man from the Diners' Club (1963) Poster

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Frank Tashlin

Writing Credits  

William Peter Blatty ... (screenplay) (as Bill Blatty)
 
William Peter Blatty ... (story) (as Bill Blatty) and
John Fenton Murray ... (story)

Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification  

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Ernest Klenk
Cara Williams ...
Sugar Pye
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Lucy
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Foots Pulardos
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Mr. Martindale
Kaye Stevens ...
Bea Frampton
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Claude Bassanio
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George
Jay Novello ...
Mooseghian
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Ella Trask
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Minister
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Henry Beckman ...
Policeman (uncredited)
John Close ...
Patrolman Charlie Kinley (uncredited)
Critt Davis ...
Florist Driver (uncredited)
Robert Foulk ...
Policeman (uncredited)
John Francis ...
Comet Messenger (uncredited)
John Hart ...
Motorcycle Patrolman (uncredited)
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Comet Messenger (uncredited)
Shepard Menken ...
Reservation Clerk (uncredited)
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Beatnik (uncredited)
Ken Strange ...
Motorcycle Patrolman (uncredited)
Lizanne Truex ...
Beatnik (uncredited)
Paul von Schreiber ...
Beatnik (uncredited)
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Produced by 

William Bloom ... producer (as Bill Bloom)

Music by 

Stu Phillips ... (music)

Cinematography by 

Hal Mohr ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

William A. Lyon ... film editor

Art Direction by 

Don Ament

Set Decoration by 

William Kiernan

Costume Design by 

Pat Barto

Makeup Department 

Ben Lane ... makeup supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Sam Nelson ... assistant director

Sound Department 

Lambert E. Day ... sound (as Lambert Day)
Charles J. Rice ... sound supervisor
James M. Falkinburg ... supervising sound editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by 

Richard Albain ... special effects (uncredited)

Music Department 

Arthur Morton ... orchestrator

Other crew 

Carl Shain ... dialogue director (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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