Thrushman Mark Ole has developed a chemical that induces fatal hiccups. He operates out of Greenwich Village in New York City and uses a gang of beatniks.

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Illya Kuryakin
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Alexander Waverly
Sherry Alberoni ...
Sylvia Harrison
Sabrina Scharf ...
Mari Brooks
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Nellie Burt ...
Mrs. Harrison
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Ralph Harrison
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Sharyn Hillyer ...
Wanda
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Coplin
Fred Villani ...
Dominic (as Frederic Villani)
Lynn Carey ...
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Thrushman Mark Ole has developed a chemical that induces fatal hiccups. He operates out of Greenwich Village in New York City and uses a gang of beatniks.

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7 October 1966 (USA)  »

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One of the sculptures in the art gallery is the creation of animator / musician Ward Kimball, one of Walt Disney's "Nine Old Men". See more »

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Beatnik: If I knew then what i know now / I'd know a whole lot more. / I kissed the ground she walked upon, / And now my lips are sore.
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All paintings and sculptures by arrangement with Comora Gallery.

Paintings by: Roger Bruinekool, Louis Bunge, Frank Bunts, Reeman K. Butts, Max Cole, Keith Crown, Darrell Forney, G. Ray Kercic, Douglass McClellan, Ben Norris, Paul Parnish, Jack Stuck, Kenneth Wynsma

Sculptures by: Roger Baird, Dave Elder, Gerald Gladstone, Ken Hassrick, Shiro Ikegawa, Ward Kimbell, William Minshew, Jr., David Tompkins See more »

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I'd Know a Whole Lot More
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Performed by Stanley Ralph Ross
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