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The Stung ()


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Tired of Lamont telling him he's a loser at cards, Fred and his professional gambler friend play a prank on Lamont and his poker pals. But will Fred be left holding the dead man's hand?

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Fred G. Sanford
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Lamont Sanford
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Julio Fuentes
Nathaniel Taylor ...
Rollo Larson
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Al Banks
Fritzi Burr ...
Miss Cogley
George Reynolds ...
Arms Crowder

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Alan Rafkin

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George Yanok ... (written by) and
Robert Garland ... (written by) (as Bob Garlund)
 
Ray Galton ... ("Steptoe and Son" created by) &
Alan Simpson ... ("Steptoe and Son" created by)
 
Norman Lear ... (creator) (uncredited) (creator)

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Norman C. Hopps ... associate producer
Bernie Orenstein ... producer
Saul Turteltaub ... producer
Bud Yorkin ... executive producer
Norman Lear ... executive producer (uncredited)

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Jane Murray

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Edward Stephenson

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Rita Riggs

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Harry Blake ... makeup artist

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William R. Wyse ... associate director

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Roy Holm ... camera operator
Reed Howard ... camera operator

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Quincy Jones ... composer: theme music "Street Beater"
Tommy Morgan ... composer: theme music

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Also Known As
  • The Stung (United States)
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  • 30 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia This episode marked Julio's twelfth and final appearance on the series. Gregory Sierra left to take on the role of Detective Sergeant Chano Amenguale on Barney Miller (1975). See more »
Movie Connections References Casablanca (1942). See more »
Quotes Rollo Larson: Hey, Pops, how's it goin'?
Fred G. Sanford: Oh, it's pretty good, Rollo. Crime outside went down 50 percent.
Rollo Larson: Why?
Fred G. Sanford: Because you inside.
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