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Call Her Mom

william feigelbaum connie producer

(ABC, 2/15/1972, 90 mins). A sexy waitress becomes a housemother in a fraternity house and involves the college in a nationwide women’s lib controversy. Gloria DeHaven, playing the ex-chorus girl wife of college president Van Johnson, replaced Ann Miller who in turn had replaced Cyd Charisse.

Production Companies Screen Gems, Columbia Pictures Television. Director Jerry Paris. Executive Producer Douglas S. Cramer. Producer Herb Wallerstein. Teleplay Gail Parent, Kenny Solms. Photography Emil Oster. Song “Come On-a My House” by Ross Bagdasarian and William Saroyan. Songs performed by Connie Stevens. Editors Bob Moore, Jim Faris. Art Directors John Beckman, Ross Bellah.

Cast Connie Stevens (Angie “Mom” Bianco), Van Johnson (President Hardgrove), Charles Nelson Reilly (Dean Walden), Jim Hutton (Jonathan Calder), Gloria DeHaven (Helen Hardgrove), Thelma Carpenter (Ida), Bill Tepper (Roscoe), Alfie Wise (Jeremy), John David Carson (Woody), Corbett Monica (Bruno), Michael Evans (Wilson), Stephen Vinovich (Feigelbaum), Mike Malmbourg (Chip), Kathleen Freeman (Woman), Herb Rudley (Mr. Guinness), Fritz Feld (Waiter), William Bakewell (Jeremy’s father), Grace Albertson (Jeremy’s mother), William Benedict (Mr. Feigelbaum), Thelma Pelish (Mrs. Feigelbaum), Jonathan Hole, Peter Hobbs, Ray Ballard, William Malloy, Jackie Dalya, Joseph Mell, Maudie Prickett.

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