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Bobby Parker and Company (1974)

Bobby Parker thinks he is going crazy when his neuroses apparently take on human form.





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Credited cast:
Bobby Parker
His Wife
His Mother
Tom D'Andrea ...
His Psychiatrist
Noam Pitlik ...
The Policeman
Bobby as a nine-year-old
Charles Bail ...
Burglary suspect (as Chuck Bail)
Harvey Gardner ...
Wanted man
Burglary suspect
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Douglas Mitchell ...
Young Man


Bobby Parker thinks he is going crazy when his neuroses apparently take on human form.

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Release Date:

22 April 1974 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The unsold pilot was originally produced for the 1971-72 season, but sat on the shelf for three years before NBC aired it with two other failed pilots in 1974. See more »

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Long Lost set of TV Pilots
25 November 2005 | by (Long Island, New york) – See all my reviews

This was aired with 2 other unsold pilots back in 1974, "Dr Dan" with Jackie Cooper, and "Ready and Willing" with Joe Flynn and Jack Weston, were the other 2 shows this was aired with. These Shows were re-broadcast in 1989 on the CBS Late show as "Three Comedies". Video has been available to the public for close to 30 years now. It is amazing going through old videos in a very old collection. I found the tape of these three shows that I taped back in 1989 when I was about 10. My only reason for taping this was the fact that "Ted Besell, and Tom Poston" were in this Piolet. I had thought that Besell was funny in Woody Allens "Don't Drink the Water," and Poston was on the CBS show "Newhart" back in the 80's. I can see was these pilot's were never purchased. This one being the most bizarre out of the three of them. The show centered around a sort of "nervous, worried" travel agent named Bobby Parker. He constantly has his wife, mother, father, Dr, and his "police man" on his mind. Since they are on his mind, they travel with him surrealistically. Wherever he goes, they go, and they fight and argue, and ridicule Bobby and themselves. This show probably would have never worked, and would have been canceled after only a few episodes. Still it is very interesting to see this vintage rare piece of film.

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