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The Smugglers

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(NBC, 12/24/1968, 120 mins). In her only TV movie, Shirley Booth is an elderly American tourist on the Continent who, with her pretty stepdaughter, unwittingly becomes involved in a smuggling plot and a slight case of murder. This movie had the dubious distinction of being interrupted halfway through by the arrival of Apollo 8 in the vicinity of the Moon on Christmas Eve and it was never seen in its entirety on the network.

Production Company Universal Television. Director Norman Lloyd. Producer Norman Lloyd. Teleplay Alfred Hayes. Based on the Novel by Elizabeth Hely. Photography John F. Warren. Music Lyn Murray. Editor Douglas Stewart. Art Director Loyd S. Papez. Costumes Grady Hunt.

Cast Shirley Booth (Mrs. Hudson), Carol Lynley (Jo Hudson), Kurt Kasznar (Willi Raben), David Opatoshu (Alfredo Faggio), Donnelly Rhodes (Antoine Cirret), Ilka Windish (Anna), Emilio Fernandez (Insp. Cesare Brunelli), Charles Drake (Harry Miller), Michael J. Pollard (Piero), Gayle Hunnicutt (Adrianna), Albert Szabo (Anton), Ralph Manza (Batisto), Rico Cattani (Sergeant Rossi), George Tyne (Customs official), Edward Colmans (Italian hotel clerk), John Indrisano (Freight agent), Gino Gottarelli (Waiter).

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