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The Comic Those aged 5 and older admitted, but not recommended for children under 14 years of age


1969
A
The Comic

Directed by

Carl Reiner

Starring

Dick Van Dyke
Michele Lee
Cornel Wilde
Nina Wayne
Pert Kelton
Steve Allen
Barbara Heller
Ed Peck
Jeannine Riley
Gavin MacLeod
Jay Novello
Craig Huebing
Paulene Myers
Fritz Feld
Jerome Cowan
Isabel Sanford
Jeff Donnell
Carl Reiner
Frank Adamo
Lillian Adams
Priscilla Ann
Robert Ball
Rex Benson
Mel Berger
Jack Berle
Frank Biro
William Boyce
Peter Brocco
Linda Burton
Patrick Campbell
Calvin Coolidge
Suzanne Covington
Billy Curtis
Maurice Dallimore
Howard Dayton
Luis Delgado
Peter Paul Eastman
Joyce Easton
Geoff Edwards
Lynn Fields
Harry Fleer
Paul Frees
Sig Frohlich
Ben Frommer
Dee Gardner
Bobby Gilbert
The Great John L.
Clive Halliday
Alvin Hammer
Carter Harbaugh
Andre Hemmers
Brick Huston
Scott James
Stardedt Kaava
Lou Kane
Suzie Kaye
Kenner G. Kemp
Walter Kightly
Marilyn Malloy
Frank Mathias
Kres Mersky
Celeste Michaels
Mantan Moreland
Howard Morris
Ottola Nesmith
William H. O'Brien
Angel Pine
Ward Ramsey
Bob Rhodes
Christopher Ross
Mark Russell
Cosmo Sardo
Joe Sawyers
Jeffrey Sayre
Johnny Silver
Ralph Smiley
Irene Tedrow
Viki Vigen
Johnny Weissmuller
Jean Willes
Dick Winslow
Bill Zuckert

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UK BBFC Certificate: A

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2015 proves to be a big year for films, with some genuinely great movies, The Force Awakens proved to be better than expected while Spectre proved to be not as good as Skyfall.

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  5. Ghostbusters
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  7. Suicide Squad
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  9. The Hateful Eight
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  11. How to Be Single
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  13. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
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  15. Finding Dory
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  17. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
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Let us know what you think of the list and what your looking forward to in 2016.