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Lenny (1974) Poster

(1974)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Bob Fosse

Writing Credits  

Julian Barry ... (play)
 
Julian Barry ... (screenplay)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

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...
Jan Miner ...
Sally Marr
Stanley Beck ...
Artie Silver
Frankie Man ...
Baltimore Comic
Rashel Novikoff ...
Aunt Mema
Gary Morton ...
Sherman Hart
Guy Rennie ...
Jack Goldstein
Michele Yonge ...
Nurse
Kathryn Witt ...
Girl (as Kathie Witt)
Monroe Myers ...
Hawaiin Judge
John DiSanti ...
John Santi
Mickey Gatlin ...
San Francisco Policeman
Martin Begley ...
San Francisco Judge
Mark Harris ...
Defense Attorney
Richard Friedman ...
San Francisco Prosecutor
Lee Sandman ...
2nd San Francisco Judge
Jack Nagle ...
Rev. Mooney
Phil Philbin ...
New York Plainclothesman
Bruce McLaughlin ...
New York Judge
...
New York Attorney (as Theodore Sorel)
Clarence Thomas ...
Mike Murphy ...
New York Prosecutor
Susan Malnik ...
Kitty - age 12
George DeWitt ...
Comic (as George de Witt)
Judy LaScala ...
Chorus Girl
Don Newsome ...
Connection
Allison Goldstein ...
Kitty - age 1
Winston Lee ...
Chinese Waiter
Bridghid Glass ...
Kitty - age 2
Joe Mencel ...
Court Reporter
...
Court Clerk (as Ric O'Feldman)
Beth Challis ...
Club Owner
Robert Parsons ...
Chicago Plainclothesman
Cecil Seay ...
Chicago Plainclothesman
Bob Collins ...
New York Assistant DA
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frank Ardell ...
Catskills Orchestra Member (uncredited)
Bud Atchison ...
New York Plainclothesman (uncredited)
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Man in Audience of Cellar Club (uncredited)
Molly Bandes ...
Lady in Los Angeles Audience (uncredited)
Alfred Barney ...
(uncredited)
Lynette Bernay ...
Girl in Dressing Room (uncredited)
William Boone ...
(uncredited)
Buddy Boylan ...
Marty (uncredited)
Daniel Burger ...
First Cellar Club Band (uncredited)
Anthony Caruso ...
Catskills Orchestra Member (uncredited)
Tom Chamberlain ...
San Francisco Policeman (uncredited)
Rufus Cleare Jr. ...
Second Cellar Club Band (uncredited)
Jimmy Crawford ...
Second Cellar Club Band (uncredited)
Edward Crocetti ...
(uncredited)
Joey Dano ...
Baltimore Strip Club Band Member (uncredited)
Aldo DeMeo ...
Bailiff (uncredited)
Lewis DiMartino ...
Catskills Orchestra Member (uncredited)
Cindy Embers ...
Opening Stripper (uncredited)
Andy William Fischer ...
Duffy's Strip Club Band (uncredited)
William Flannigan ...
Catskills Orchestra Member (uncredited)
Belle Flower ...
Babysitter (uncredited)
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The Interviewer (voice) (uncredited)
Turnip Green ...
(uncredited)
Sherry Greene ...
Girl in Dressing Room (uncredited)
Gerald Guidice ...
Catskills Orchestra Member (uncredited)
Jeffrey Holck ...
(uncredited)
Phyllis Hyman ...
Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Diego Iborra ...
Baltimore Strip Club Band Member (uncredited)
Jay W. Jensen ...
Nightclub Customer (uncredited)
Mal Jones ...
New York Court Clerk (uncredited)
Myrtle Jones ...
Second Cellar Club Band (uncredited)
David Light ...
Duffy's Strip Club Band (uncredited)
Sonny Mange ...
Catskills Orchestra Member (uncredited)
Larry Mark ...
Humiliated Customer (uncredited)
Ben Marks ...
Duffy's Strip Club Band (uncredited)
Lee Martin ...
Duffy's Strip Club Band (uncredited)
...
Marine Private (uncredited)
John Henry McCarthy ...
Man in Cellar Club (uncredited)
Norbert Mogwitz ...
Club Charles Band Member (uncredited)
Eugene Monahan ...
Los Angeles Plainclothesman (uncredited)
Paul Martino Musenga ...
First Cellar Club Band (uncredited)
Onyx ...
Stripper (uncredited)
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Man in Audience of Cellar Club (uncredited)
Frank Orsatti ...
Hunter (uncredited)
...
Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Jeannie Parker ...
Lady in Los Angeles Audience (uncredited)
Leonard Perna ...
First Cellar Club Band (uncredited)
Paula Plyler ...
Truth Girl (uncredited)
William Richko ...
Catskills Orchestra Member (uncredited)
Richard F. Rose ...
Second Cellar Club Band (uncredited)
Ted Rosen ...
Club Charles Band Member (uncredited)
Joseph Santaniello ...
(uncredited)
Jack Savage ...
Man in Chicago Audience (uncredited)
Lonnie Sintow ...
Woman in Chicago Audience (uncredited)
Kim St. Leon ...
Girl in Dressing Room (uncredited)
Harvey R. Steckler ...
Night club customer (uncredited)
Rita Turner ...
Stripper (uncredited)
Charles Victor ...
Club Charles Band Member (uncredited)
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Hunter (uncredited)
Zorita ...
Nightclub Owner (uncredited)
Lillian Zuckerman ...
Nightclub Patron (uncredited)

Produced by 

Robert Greenhut ... associate producer
David V. Picker ... executive producer (as David Picker)
Marvin Worth ... producer

Music by 

Ralph Burns

Cinematography by 

Bruce Surtees

Film Editing by 

Alan Heim

Casting By 

Marion Dougherty
Beverly McDermott

Production Design by 

Joel Schiller

Set Decoration by 

Nicholas J. Romanac ... (as Nicholas Romanak)

Costume Design by 

Albert Wolsky

Makeup Department 

William A. Farley ... hair stylist
Romaine Greene ... hair stylist
Robert Laden ... makeup artist (as Bob Laden)

Production Management 

Neil A. Machlis ... unit manager
Robert Greenhut ... production manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Douglas Green ... first assistant director
Thomas Lofaro ... second assistant director (as Tommy Lofaro)
Ted Zachary ... first assistant director

Art Department 

Dennis J. Parrish ... property master
Larry Goodwin Sr. ... set dresser (uncredited)
Charles Guanci ... props (uncredited)
Paul Schwendel ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Dennis Maitland ... sound
Ed Rothkowitz ... sound assistant
Dick Vorisek ... sound re-recordist (as Richard Vorisek)
Katherine Wenning ... sound editing supervisor
Norman Hollyn ... apprentice sound editor (uncredited)
William Johnson ... boom operator (uncredited)
Mel Zelniker ... adr recordist (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Charles Holmes ... gaffer
Michael McGowan ... assistant camera
Billy Simpson ... key grip
Roland 'Ozzie' Smith ... camera operator (as Roland Ozzie Smith)
John Winner ... assistant camera
Guy Del Russo ... electrician (uncredited)
Vinnie Gerardo ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Tony Gulliver ... still photographer (uncredited)
Perry A. Jones ... grip (uncredited)
Dick LaViolette ... grip (uncredited)
John McGowan ... assistant camera (uncredited)
James Pergola ... camera operator (uncredited)
Bill Swan ... best boy (uncredited)

Casting Department 

Lynette Bernay ... casting assistant (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

Diana Bernay ... costumer
Michael J. Harte ... costumer

Editorial Department 

Jonathan Pontell ... assistant editor
Irving Rathner ... negative cutter
Trudy Ship ... assistant editor

Location Management 

Selma Brown ... location auditor

Music Department 

Ralph Burns ... music supervisor

Transportation Department 

Fred Toledo ... transportation captain
Don Howell ... teamster (uncredited)
Allan McGovern ... teamster (uncredited)

Other crew 

Honey Bruce Friedman ... advisor to producer (as Honey Bruce)
Kitty Bruce ... advisor to producer
Michael Butler ... producer: original stage production
Gail Geibel ... production secretary
Neil R. Lipes ... production assistant
Frank Majerski ... cinemobile technician
Sally Marr ... advisor to producer
Lawrence Schiller ... material supplier
Nicholas Sgarro ... script supervisor
Peter J. Silbermann ... unit publicist
G.C. Brown ... representative: U.A. (uncredited)
Karen Gilbert ... personal assistant: Bob Fosse, pre-production (uncredited)
Patti James ... secretary (uncredited)
Larry Mark ... production assistant (uncredited)
Douglas E. Stoll ... production assistant (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

See also

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