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The Girl Called Hatter Fox

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(CBS, 10/12/1977, 120 mins). A battle of wills between a concerned young doctor and ancient Indian witchcraft, with the future of a teenage Indian girl, sent to a state reformatory as an incorrigible, at stake. Adapted from Marilyn Harris’ 1973 book.

Production Companies Roger Gimbel Productions, EMI Television. Director George Schaefer. Executive Producer Roger Gimbel. Producer George Schaefer. Teleplay Darryl Ponicsan. Based on a Book by Marilyn Harris. Photography Howard R. Schwartz. Music Fred Karlin. Editor Sidney Katz. Art Director Herman Zimmerman.

Cast Ronny   Cox (Dr. Teague Summer), Conchata Ferrell (Nurse Rhinehart), John Durren (Claude), Joanelle Nadine Romero (Hatter Fox), Donald Hotton (Dr. Levering), S. John Launer (Mr. Winton), Mira Santera (Mango), Danny Villaneueva (Policeman), William Farrington (Bartender), Jeanne Stein (Belle), Jack McGuire (Reverend), Mona Lawrence (Indian nurse), Robert Jones (1st man in bar), Arthur Wagner (2nd man in bar), Hardy Phelps (3rd man in bar), David Leyba (2nd policeman), Denise Montoya (Nurse), Sabra Wilson (Matron), Virginia Bird (Old Indian woman), Caroline Rackley (Waitress), Biff Yeager (Cabbie), Billy Beck (Man from orphanage), Adam Williams (Guard), Renn Durren (1st Mango girl), Deborah Brown (2nd Mango girl).

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