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Mixed Nuts (1977)

The funny adventures of a group of patients living at the Rosewood State Psychiatric Center.


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Cast overview:
Dr. Sarah Allgood
Emory Bass ...
Dr. Folder
Nurse Cassidy
Beans Morocco ...
Bugs (as Dan Barrows)
Richard Karron ...


The funny adventures of a group of patients living at the Rosewood State Psychiatric Center.

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12 May 1977 (USA)  »

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short-lived comedy series
13 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

I don't think this one went a whole season. It was a comedy about a mental institution. Probably wouldn't pass the PC police today.

One of the characters was an old man who could do this funny dancing. I think he also had parts in Hot L Baltimore.

There was another character who was a big fat guy with black curly hair and a bushy mustache. At the beginning of one episode, he was all sweaty from exercising, and some non-crazy female character asked if she could hug him and he reluctantly said OK. It was apparently a therapeutic thing she liked to do with this guy. As if he wouldn't want to hug her and a lot more every chance he got, and as if she really wanted to hug a big sweaty guy.

And that's about all I can remember!

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