Actress Patty Duke portrays herself in this autobiographical film that details her long-time struggle with mental illness.

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Ethel Ross
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Frances Duke
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Patty, as a young adult
Arthur Taxier ...
John Astin
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Desi Arnaz Jr (as Matthew L. Perry)
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Glenn Bell
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Fred Maxwell
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Bob McLaren
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Actress Patty Duke portrays herself in this autobiographical film that details her long-time struggle with mental illness.

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11 November 1990 (USA)  »

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Call Me Anna: The Patty Duke Story  »

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Patty's real brother Raymond portrayed their father in the film. See more »

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Referenced in Intimate Portrait: Patty Duke (2001) See more »

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Very on target with the issue of Bi-Polar.
31 July 2003 | by (united states) – See all my reviews

This is such a great movie "Call Me Anna" because it shows how a person has suffered for so long without knowing what was wrong with her. For Patty Duke to come out in the publics eye and tell her story is an inspiration to those who suffer from this disease. I have a lot of respect for her as a person. The only thing I don't like is I can't get it on tape, I've tried looking for it but with no success. Any one know how to get it?


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