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|Named Person:||Ethel Merman; Bette Midler|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|Notes:||Originally broadcast on Showtime.
Production no. 010.
|Credits:||Theme and music by David Schwartz; edited by Lee Haxall; production designer, Rex Raglan; director of photography, Ron Orieux; line producer/production manager, Patti Allen; first assistant director, Paul Etherington; second assistant director, Stacey N. Brodie; location manager, Lorne Davidson; production coordinator, Wendy Lewis; camera operator, Ray Brounstein; script supervisor, Alexandra Laroche; costume designer, Toni Rutter; set decorator, Roger Dole; property master, Wayne McLaughlin; key make-up artist, Monica Huppert; key hairstylist, Brenda Gibson; assistant editor, Eric Whitmyre; gaffer, Darren McLean; key grip, Dave Cameron; video playback, Klaus Melchoir; construction coordinator, Jim Davie; transportation coordinator, Mike Murphy; extras casting, Melissa Perry; sound mixer, Gordon Anderson; re-recording mixers, Dan Hiland, Gary D. Rogers; music supervisors, Mike Flicker, Jilien Manges; supervising sound editor, Catt Lebaigue; U.S. casting by Joel Thurm; original casting by Liberman-Hirschfeld Casting in association with Joel Thurm; Canadian casting by Carol Kelsay; legal services by Gary Robinson, Reid Nathan; production accountant, "Dollar" Bill Prather; executive in charge of production for Dufferin Gate, Rose Lam; production services provided by Dufferin Gate Productions; main title design by Creative Domain; electronic post-production, Command Post-ToyBox, Laserpacific Media Corporation; executive in charge of production for Granada Entertainment, Craig McNeil.|
|Performer(s):||Brian Kerwin (Rob Malone); Isabella Hofmann (Cecile Malone); William McNamara (Brad Advail); Paul Provenza (Parker Meridian); Charlotte Ross (Lori Volpone); Keegan Connor Tracy (Audrey Malone); Tuc Watkins (Malcolm Laffley); Carol Kane (Lydia "L.L." Luddin). Guests: Bill Morey (Emory "E.L." Luddin); Rudolf Martin (Nicky Krasnakov); Alexis Arquette (Larry/Lola); Christopher Kennedy (Marty Hertz); Kaj-Erik Eriksen (Carey Malone); Sheila Moore (Margaret Hurley); Klodyne Rodney (Latitia Martinez); Colin Cunningham (Herb Kolodny); Ben Bass (Brian Peske); Patricia Drake (Debbie Austin); Jerry Wasserman (Irwin); Winston Reckert (Wesley Holmes); Igor Ingelsman (Gorky); Ahmad Sharmrou (Victor); Josh Kalef (Lorenzo); Kim Hawthorne (LGT receptionist); Mitch Kosterman (highway patrolman); Andrew Laurenson (writer); Benita Ha (newswoman); Spencer Moen (boy); Norma Jean Wick (reporter).|
|Other Titles:||Is it good or bad for the Jews?
Beggars and choosers.
|Responsibility:||H. Beale Company ; Granada Entertainment ; created by Peter Lefcourt and Brandon Tartikoff ; executive producers, Peter Lefcourt, Kim Fleary, Scott Siegler, Lilly Tartikoff ; producer, Cal Shumiatcher ; consulting producers, Charlie Hauck, David Shore ; co-producer, Dan Pasternack ; associate producer, Steve Turner ; directed by Sandy Smolan ; written by Charlie Hauck.|
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