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"The Hollywood Squares" Episode #1.187 (1967)

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Original Air Date:
6 July 1967 (Season 1, Episode 187)
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Peter Marshall ... Himself - Host
Kenny Williams ... Announcer

Victor Buono ... Himself

France Nuyen ... Herself (as Frances Nuyen)
Cliff Arquette ... Regular (as Charley Weaver)

Abby Dalton ... Herself

Wally Cox ... Himself
Melody Patterson ... Herself

Morey Amsterdam ... Himself

Robert Culp ... Himself

Jack Carter ... Himself - Center Square

Episode Crew
Directed by
Jerome Shaw 
 
Produced by
Merrill Heatter .... executive producer
Bob Quigley .... executive producer
 

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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Merrill Heatter  creator (uncredited)
Phil Kellard 
Richard Keller 
Steve Levitch 
Bob Quigley  creator (uncredited)
Harold Schneider 
Anne Snyder 

Produced by
Art Alisi .... producer
Bill Armstrong .... producer
Les Roberts .... producer
 
Original Music by
Jimmie Haskell 
William Loose 
Stan Worth 
 
Film Editing by
Bill Armstrong 
 
Production Management
Robert L. Sheldon .... unit manager
 
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USA:30 min
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